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Feb 22, 2021

[Answer] "Bad guys" aren't allowed to use which company's product on film?

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...1. Samsung Galaxy 2. Apple iPhone 3. Windows PC 4. Google




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Apple iPhone - Need a clue as to which film character is the bad guy? He won’t be holding an iPhone. While some say “all publicity is good publicity,” Apple is careful with product placement in film; they don’t like their product getting into the “wrong” hands. According to “Knives Out” (2019) director, Ryan Johnson, Apple does not permit iPhones to be used by “bad guys” on the silver screen. There is evidence that this control goes all the way back to 2002, as a “Wired” article explores the use of Apple products in the TV show, “24,” concluding that all bad guys use Windows PCs, while the good guys, of course, use Macs. So, if you’re watching a mystery movie where you don’t know “good” from “bad,” a clue rests in the characters’ choice of smartphone or laptop.:


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