They need a superhero just to save them from these commercials.
Carl's Jr. & Hardees already screwed up in their first X-Men commercial by not using Jennifer Lawrence, and then implied that only men could handle their burger when they had their version of Mystique turn into a dude before taking a bite.
In their newest spot, Quicksilver crunches and slurps his way through the
Appearing on the cover of Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue is doing wonders for Kate Upton's career.
In addition to designing a collection for Beach Bunny Swimwear and starring in a seksi Carl's Jr.commercial, the boobilicious model has been named the first ambassador of Skullcandy's new Supermodel Crew.
Kate said of her new gig:
"I’m a long-time fan of Skullcandy and can’t wait to unveil some of the fun things we have planned. I’m thrilled to be on the Skullcandy roster alongside many of the world’s best athletes and artists."
The rest of the "crew" will be announced next month when Skullcandy unveils its evolved look and product range as part of their 2012 Supreme Sound story.
But this time, there's a lot more to this than just the photo.
In the text describing the issue -- which marks the first time since 2011 that all six of these ladies have been snapped together for a magazine cover -- the writers refer to the brood as "America's First Family."
Using that language to describe the 16-page spread for a bunch of reality TV stars is giving plenty of readers, or should we say, now-former readers, the impression that the mag is undermining the actual First Family, the Obamas.
So, after this picture was posted, Twitter users became enraged.
However, we're wondering if sparking controversy was part of the publicity for the issue, because Cosmo's Editor-In-Chief, Joanna Coles, seems to be pretty open to all sorts of cover comments, tweeting: