He tweeted right after the show: “Lights out!!! Any questions??”
In another shot, Beyoncé was seen wrapped in a black robe and clutching a Starbucks cup.
The star also graciously posted a note on her website thanking her fellow performers.
Three days after being outed as the source of a viral video with Matthew Broderick reprising his role as Ferris Bueller, Honda has released an extended version of the Super Bowl ad online.
The car company’s two-minute commercial shows Broderick faking an illness to get out of work on a movie. In one of several nods to the John Hughes classic, a car valet is shown droning “Broderick? Broderick?” with a droll delivery akin to Ben Stein’s high school teacher’s famous “Bueller?” line. The spot also cribs from the film’s soundtrack (see: the soothing music during a museum scene), and Broderick also talks straight to the camera — one of the narrative techniques that made Bueller instantly endearing to movie audiences back in 1986.
The auto news website Jalopnik reported Friday that Honda was the brand responsible for the Bueller-inspired spot — or, rather, a teaser clip that began circulating Thursday.
MADONNA is “bringing gay to the Super Bowl.” That’s what we overheard one of her dancers say at the premiere party for Her Madgesty’s “W.E.” at Top of the Standard on Monday night. On the red carpet, Madonna told us she’s “extremely nervous” about the big game, but looking forward to singing her new song, “Give Me All Your Love,” and some “oldies but goodies.”
She also said the best fashion advice she’s gotten from her daughter Lourdes — who was escorted into the Cinema Society and Forevermark- sponsored screening by two bodyguards — was, “Mom, you’re totally ridiculous. No one is going to take you seriously as a director.” At the Le Bain after-party, Madonna shook it on the dance floor and cuddled with beau Brahim Zaibat. Bravo’s Andy Cohen and actors Julia Stiles and her very affectionate boyfriend, Dave Harbour, also attended.