Okay, so DHL (the courier company with the yellow trucks and yellow jackets) isn’t really involved in “a logistic and shipping partnership” with Paramount Pictures and Mission: Impossible: 3 . The real deal, according to Mark Ebner’s Hollywood Interrupted, is that they “paid millions to Paramount for the opportunity of having Tom Cruise appear on screen driving a stupid yellow DHL truck around Italy” in the film. I for one am shocked, shocked, that this sort of thing goes on in the film industry. In Billy Wilder‘s One Two Three, Horst Buccholz screams in exasperation, “Is everybody in the world corrupt?” in response to which a chubby Soviet trade ambassador replies, “I don’t know everybody.”