HOT SPOT: John Cena Hosts 2017 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards

by Brief Staff  |  03.10.2017

​Kids are no match for this year’s Kids’ Choice Awards host, John Cena, as he takes on the mannequin and running man challenges (above) and does some rapping (below) in this pair of spots by Definition 6.

The 2017 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards air on Nickelodeon, Saturday, March 11, at 5 p.m. PT.

CREDITS

Agency: Definition 6

Edit: Chris Reinhart

Audio: Dan O’Sullivan and Jared Tuttle

Producer: Ashley Parisi

Network: Nickelodeon

Production Company: Stun Creative

EVP Creative Promotions and Marketing: Kim Rosenblum

SVP Creative Promotions: Tony Maxwell

SVP Creative Director Art & Design: Michael Waldron

VP/ Creative Director: Michael Tricario

VP of Animation: Kurt Hartman

Director of Production: Erin Paul

Senior Writer/Producer: Karen Wood

Writer/Producer: Nicole Ferrara

Associate Producer: Larry Lowry

Production Assistant: Devan Miles

Art Director: Shannon MacNeilage

Associate Animation Director: Rob Kohr

Senior Graphics Manager: Alessandra Sutera

Designer: Ramzy Masri

Animators, Motion Graphics and Compositing: Ishraque Nazmi, Tim Lines, Kevin Chen, Brendan Roche

Roto and Keying: Jesse Vartanian

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