Speck and Gordon's Donate Life PSA has garnered a total of 10 Cannes Lions: 3 Golds, 2 Silvers, and 5 Bronzes.
The guys stop by KCRW’s “The Treatment” to talk to Elvis Mitchell about the fun in creating a holiday comedy and wanting to incorporate dynamic women in the cast to explore the idea of men in the workplace not knowing how to deal with ambitious women.
Donate Life “The World’s Biggest Asshole” makes #2 on Forbes’ list of top Five Ad’s of 2016.
Nothing says Christmas like decadence, debauchery and mayhem, at least when comic actors like T. J. Miller, Kate McKinnon and Rob Corddry are involved. But how did the normally dignified Courtney B. Vance fall in with this crowd?
Donate Life takes home Gold at The Shots Awards in London for Chairity/PSA Campaign of the year. Wins two Golds at the Cyclops Awards in Berlin.
“The World’s Biggest Asshole teaches you about organ donation in this new campaign…”
Olivia Munn is in negotiations to join the DreamWorks holiday comedy “Office Christmas Party” alongside Jennifer Aniston and Jason Bateman.
“Silicon Valley’s” T.J. Miller and “Saturday Night Live’s” Kate McKinnon also star in the comedy.
Will Speck and Josh Gordon are directing the film, which follows a group of co-workers during an office party gone awry.
Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman, T.J. Miller and Kate McKinnon will star in “Office Christmas Party,” a holiday comedy from DreamWorks Pictures.
Will Speck and Josh Gordon are directing the film, which follows a cast of characters who have to contend with an office party gone wrong. The project was an original pitch from Speck and Gordon with producer Guymon Casady.
Directing team Will Speck and Josh Gordon continue to deliver smart observational humor after a decade of top-notch work. The duo have directed hundreds of commercials and collected numerous awards for client's including Levi's, Pepsi, Visa, Mastercard, Samsung and GEICO.
Meet Devin & Glenn—two gents who met, fell in love, got married, and then had to deal with the consequences of that decision. From obnoxious in-laws (Tom Arnold) to passive aggressive fights over dinner, Devin & Glenn have the same problems that most married couples deal with—and that’s the point. The folks behind this video wanted to show that marriage is marriage regardless of the sexuality of its inhabitants. Their campaign, “Make Homosexuals Marry,” was created to “keep the ‘No on 8’ debate active in hopes that, through humor, a dialogue continues,” said writers/directors Will Speck and Josh Gordon.