Behind the Letterman-Oprah-Leno Super Bowl commercial
Considering the recent controversies in late night television, what a surprise to see Letterman, Oprah, and Leno sitting around for a Super Bowl commercial. The New York Times explains how the commercial came to be and how the talk show stars had to sneak around New York City in order to keep the surprise. Believe it or not, the spot took only 20 or 30 minutes to shoot!
Read the full blog post at The New York Times.
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