Staid 'Antiques Roadshow' Goes Wildly Cinematic, a Look at the 'Iron Man' Titles and Revisiting 'Halo 3'

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In this week's episode of Creativity's Top 5, Knopf reframes our view for Martin Amis latest book; director Romain Gavras shows us the Paris thug life for Justice; Prologue designer Danny Yount takes on "Iron Man"; Fallon, London, shows the action behind "Antiques Roadshow"; and we replay the Rupert Sanders-directed "Halo 3" anthem spot to remind you why that campaign has collected so many awards recently.
Knopf: The Second Plane

Knopf: 'The Second Plane,' by Martin Amis

Art Director: Chip Kidd
Designer: Peter Mendelsund

Justice: Stress

Justice: Stress

Musical Artist: Justice
Song: Stress
Director: Romain Gavras
Production Company: Soixan7e Quin5e

Prologue: Iron Man Titles

Prologue: 'Iron Man' (titles and credit sequence)

Production Company: Prologue
Executive Producer: Kyle Cooper

BBC: TV Goes Cinematic

BBC: 'TV Goes Cinematic'

Client: BBC
Agency: Fallon, London
Executive Creative Director: Richard Flintham
Art Directors: Sam Walker, Sef Tedder

Halo 3: Believe

Halo 3: 'Believe'

Agency: McCann, San Francisco, T.A.G.
Executive Creative Directors: Rob Bagot, John McNeil
Group Creative Directors: Scott Duchon, Geoff Edwards
Creative Director: John Patroulis