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  • Cadillac's 'Scissorhands' ad delights nostalgic viewers
  • Cadillac's 'Scissorhands' ad delights nostalgic viewers
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Cadillac's 'Scissorhands' ad delights nostalgic viewers

Taking a nostalgic trip to the 90s, Cadillac’s Super Bowl spot is a Tim Burton-inspired Edward Scissorhands spoof starring Timothée Chalamet and Winona Ryder. Far from Cadillac’s all-American look, the ad plays on the power of nostalgia to delight and distract.

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