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The Most Egregious Product Placements in Movie & TV History

10 obvious attempts at brand integration, from 'E.T.' to 'The Internship'

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Cast Away

FedEx initially recoiled at the thought of one of its planes being the catalyst for Tom Hanks' character getting stranded on a deserted island, where he tears into customers' packages in search of makeshift survival tools. But the company quickly came around, with part of the 2000 film being shot on location at FedEx headquarters. The other memorable product placement was Hanks' lone companion on the island, Wilson – a personified volleyball from Wilson Sporting Goods. We still miss ya, buddy.

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