Arsenal star striker Thierry Henry and Animal

Arsenal star striker Thierry Henry and Animal



The unlikely pairing of Arsenal star striker Thierry Henry and Animal from The Muppet Show will feature in a new campaign to launch in The Sunday Times' CD-Rom before hitting television screens.

Renault will launch the latest va-va-voom ad for its Clio model simultaneously in the newspaper's December edition of The Month and in cinemas.

The car manufacturer has already sponsored the first edition of the CD-Rom. The deal for the December edition gives Renault a 40-second ad when users insert the product into their computers.

The television campaign for the car will launch at the end of December.

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