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By: Animal Casting - Atlanta | December 9, 2014
Animal Casting - Atlanta's talented Papillon, Monarch, has reached the semi-finals in the annual Crash the Superbowl Doritos commercial contest. Monarch, who has appeared in three movies this year alone, is one of Animal Casting - Atlanta's most prolific animal actors. A show champion before the age of two, Monarch has gone on to be featured in everything from Drop Dead Diva to Sundance Channel's Rectify. He has many commercial credits but this year alone he has appeared in feature films next to the likes of Woody Harrelson, John Cusack, Samuel L. Jackson, Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling.
This year's Doritos commercial submission titled Dog Dreams produced by Eric Haviv and FUGO Studios features Monarch jumping for Doritos in a dream sequence. Portions of the commercial were filmed at 1500 fps with a Phantom Miro camera to catch Monarch's athletic abilities.
You can rate Monarch and Dog Dreams @ https://crashthesuperbowl.doritos.com/gallery/submission/6478?filter=highest-rated&type=semifinalists
Voting for the finalists will begin in January.