What commercials use Queen songs?

What commercials use Queen songs?

Crazy Little Thing Called Love

  • Aia: Spinacine and Bon Roll (Italy – 2004, Michel Bublé cover version)
  • The Gap (USA – 1999, Dwight Yoakam cover version)
  • Lay’s (USA – 2012)
  • McCain Superfries (Canada – 2007/08)
  • Pavesi: Frollis biscuits (Italy – 2004)

Who is the actress in Now TV advert?

Actress Nina Toussaint-White
Streaming service NOW has unveiled a new marketing campaign which “dramatises its passion for curating the world’s best entertainment”. Actress Nina Toussaint-White plays lead curator in an imagined NOW HQ that features a content wall of the latest entertainment available on the Sky/Comcast-backed service.

Who owns Freddie Mercury’s music?

Queen Productions Ltd is jointly and equally owned by the three living Queen founder members – Brian May, Roger Taylor, and John Deacon – plus the estate of Freddie Mercury.

Who was the previous owner of the Trafford Centre?

After the previous owner Intu Properties had entered administration in June 2020, the Centre was placed into receivership by its creditors in November 2020 and ownership transferred to The Trafford Centre Limited.

Where is the Trafford Centre in Manchester United?

Trafford Centre. The Trafford Centre (also known as the intu Trafford Centre) is a large indoor shopping centre and leisure complex in Trafford, Greater Manchester, England. In the Metropolitan Borough of Trafford, the centre is within the Trafford Park industrial estate and approximately five miles west of Manchester city centre.

How many people visit Trafford Centre each year?

Ten per cent of the UK population live within a 45-minute drive of the shopping centre, which attracts more than 35 million visits annually. It has Europe’s largest food court in The Orient and the UK’s busiest cinema, attracting more than 28,500 visitors each week.

Are there any fast food outlets in Trafford Centre?

There are several fast food outlets – McDonald’s, KFC, Subway, Harry Ramsden’s and Pizza Hut among others. Burger King moved into the Trafford Centre in November 2011. There is also a giant screen which is used for advertising and events.

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