A look at some ad executions from around the Web last week. Highlights include multiple baseball-related takeovers from Budweiser to coincide with the start of the 2011 season, and a moody takeover on TMZ to promote the release of Black Swan on DVD and Blu-ray.
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Product / Advertiser: Black Swan
Product / Advertiser: Bud Light
Product / Advertiser: Tangled
Product / Advertiser: Nurse Jackie (Showtime)
Product / Advertiser: Budweiser
Product / Advertiser: McDonald’s
Product / Advertiser: New York Times
Product / Advertiser: Suave
Product / Advertiser: Super Monkey Ball 3D
Vertical: Video Games
Product / Advertiser: Hop
Product / Advertiser: Cat Run
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