super bowl commercials
Captain America: The Winter Soldier teased their Super Bowl commercial earlier this week, and now it’s finally here! Watch the full trailer.
While we’re excited to see the Broncos face off against the Seahawks, we’ll leave the sports talk to the experts. We really care about the Super Bowl commercials!
Sports fan or not, everyone loves Super Bowl Sunday for the commercials. Advertisers spend well over $1 million dollars for a mere 30 second commercial spot during the biggest football game of the year. Sounds outrageously overpriced but if you consider the number of people that tune in world wide
Here are all of the Super Bowl movie trailers in one place. Just about all of the trailers have hit the web, so here they are.
With The Lone Ranger set for a July 3, 2013 summer release date, we’ve seen a decent amount of footage up until this point. So far, I’ve enjoyed what I’ve seen but for some reason I just don’t feel the hype around this movie. I like Johnny Depp. I like
Let’s be honest. Everyone watches the Super Bowl to solely catch the array of awesome new commercials from the country’s leading companies right?! Well, that’s why I watch the Super Bowl every year (unless the Titans or the Falcons are in playing which doesn’t exactly happen that often). Some of the coolest
After a week off, The Small Screen Podcast is back. During this episode, we share our quick thoughts on Super Bowl commercials, the renewal of Syfy’s Being Human, the last season of House, what we’re watching, and what we’re looking forward to. Check out the episode breakdown if you’re afraid
Airing during the pre-game coverage, I know I missed this gem of a commercial on Super Bowl Sunday. Advertising all of NBC and its shows, the extended version spans nearly four minutes and features a musical number from How to Succeed in Business in Really Trying. Watch the casts of
We’ve covered the Super Bowl commercials a lot already, but now it’s time to see what commercials had everyone all a twitter. The agency Way to Blue just released this handy infographic to show how the trailers fared in terms of the percentage of tweets that were talking about them.
Most of the commercials that are set to air during the 2012 Super Bowl have already been released. This is different to me. I am used to seeing the commercials for the first time during the actual Super Bowl. I am perfectly fine with the pre-release because we get to see