The Labrador did his best Balto impression in the ad, helping secure a delivery of much needed supplies to a snowed in town.
There's been a lot of talk of "nepo babies" recently, but surely no one is opposed to the idea of "nepo dogs?" Keeping with their yearly tradition, Budweiser paid for a detailed commercial during Super Bowl LVIII on Sunday. The ad prominently featured a cute Labrador, who happens to come from a famous acting dynasty.
That's right: The adorable golden dog is Roy Hawn Russell, the dog of iconic actors Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell.
"Don’t get me wrong I love watching football but tonight was all about watching our dog Roy Hawn Russell star in his first superbowl commercial for @budweiserusa!!!" Hawn wrote on Instagram.
Hawn's daughter Kate Hudson added, "There’s a lot of thespians in this family, but tonight there was only one star."
The plot of the commercial resembles the classic animated film Balto, where winter weather prevents a town from accessing needed supplies. Except instead of medicine, what these people need is beer – a lot of beer.
The thirsty revelers' only hope falls on the Budweiser Clydesdales to transport some Bud to the snowed in town — but they're only able to reach their destination with help from a enthusiastic Labrador who leads them the rest of the way.
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