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Oliver Stone Stars In World Cup Commercial With David Luiz, Kun Aguero & Radamel Falcao [VIDEO]

oliver stone Oliver Stone Stars In World Cup Commercial With David Luiz, Kun Aguero & Radamel Falcao [VIDEO]

A World Cup TV commercial featuring Oliver Stone, David Luiz, Sergio Aguero and Radamel Falcao has been released to promote DirecTV Latin America’s coverage of Brazil 2014.

The commercial features Oliver Stone sitting on the touchline in his director’s chair, as if the game he’s watching is a motion picture. The players and fans in the stadium are mere actors who have been brought together to produce a cinematic version of the beautiful game. He tells the players and fans that he wants to see more action, more passion, more tension and more stars.

Also starring in the TV commercial are Luiz, Aguero and Falcao, which ensures that the commercial appeals to sports fans in Brazil, Argentina and Colombia.

Whether Stone is a soccer fan or not, we’re not sure. But there is a photograph of him playing soccer with former Bolivian president Evo Morales here.

DirecTV Latin America will broadcast all of the FIFA World Cup 2014 games live and in HD for subscribers in Latin America.

More details about DirecTV Latin America’s coverage of the World Cup can be found at

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