Casino Royale free runners explore luxury Thomson cruise liner

The free running team behind Hollywood blockbusters Casino Royale and Harry Potter were drafted in to launch Thomson's newly renovated Platinum Cruise ships.

Members of the 3RUN troupe leap over stairwells, jump from balconies and scale the side of the ship to showcase the cruise liner’s makeover.

Company: TUI

Brand: Thomson Cruises

Client: Neil Duncan, general manager of cruise product, planning and marketing and Lisa Jones, general manager of external communications

Agency: Hill + Knowlton Strategies

Creative Directors: 3RUN

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