Campaign Viral Chart: Nasa sun explosion film enters the chart

Nasa's film to celebrate the five-year anniversary of its Solar Dynamics Observatory has entered the chart in fourth place this week, as Android's furry creatures top the list for the second time.

1. Android "friends furever" by Droga5

The ad features different animals playing together, such as a monkey and a horse, a dog and a whale, and a sheep and an elephant. It ends with the line, "Be together. Not the same." The spot was shared 208,201 times this week. Last week it was shared 348,288 times.

2. Ford "speed dating prank" by Team Detroit

The Valentine’s Day ad shows unsuspecting men on a date with a professional stunt driver. She pretends to be a poor driver and then enters a closed area and puts her foot down, showing off how powerful the car is. The film has been shared 81,969 times.

3. Metlife "my dad’s story" by BBDO Hong Kong

The heartfelt three-minute ad for the Metlife insurance company falls one spot this week. It tells the story of a child who enjoys her time with her father, but she writes him a letter saying that she knows he is lying when he says "he has a job, money, is not tired or hungry".

The film shows the father working different jobs to provide a decent future for his daughter. The tagline is: "A child’s future is worth every sacrifice." The spot has been shared 67,900 times.

4. Nasa "SDO – five years" by Nasa

The film celebrates the five-year anniversary of Nasa's Solar Dynamics Observatory. It shows very detailed images of the sun, including explosions in slow motion. It has been shared 56,266 times this week.

5. Boston Dynamics "introducing spot" by Boston Dynamics

The video shows how the robot can adapt to different terrains and can even withstand being kicked. It has been shared 34,515 times this week.

6. Adidas "take it" by 180LA

The spot shows different team sports such as volleyball, football and basketball, and encourages people to make the most of today. A voiceover says: "Yesterday is gone. Today is up for grabs. Do something and be remembered. No one owns today. Take it." The ad has been shared 27,343 times.

7. Foot Locker "acting featuring Kyrie Irving" BBDO

The comedy ad features Kyrie Irving, the NBA player who shows his friends his acting debut where he plays a dead man in hospital. The camera cuts to a proud Irving who tells his friends: "It only took nine takes." It was shared 21,750 times in the past week.

8. Supercell "Clash of Clans – revenge" by Barton F. Graf 9000

It is the third consecutive time that this ad for Supercell has featured in the chart. It shows Liam Neeson talking to a games console and threatening his competitor, when a man shouts "Li-am, I have a scone for Li-am". The camera pans out to show Neeson in a coffee shop. It was shared 21,588 times this week.

9. Adidas Originals "Yeezy season 1" by Barton F. Graf 9000

This Adidas film shows off the autumn/winter collection designed by Kanye West, who also explains the idea behind the new fashion. It has been shared 18,634 times.

10. Coldwell Banker "home’s best friend" by Siltanen & Partners

The property company is helping find a home for 20,000 dogs. The spot shows dogs waiting in an empty house for their owner to return. The ad has been shared 16,584 times.

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