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While nothing will surpass last year’s Super Bowl halftime show with Shakira’s tongue, the NFL will once again try to keep our eyes on the screen with this unique crop of announcements. year. Just like literally everything else, Super Bowl LV advertising has been affected by the coronavirus, with huge names like Coke, Pepsi, and Budweiser. It took CBS about two months longer than usual to sell ad space for the game, with newcomers and staple commercials spending around $ 5.5 million for a 30-second spot. Confirmed brands seem to have been leaning into this year’s weird, with Tide focusing their advertising on a Jason Alexander sweatshirt and Cheetos dropping Ashton Kutcher’s debut single. Watch all of the Super Bowl 2021 commercials released before Sunday, below.
Still broadcasting from Wayne’s mom’s basement in Aurora, Ill., Mike Myers and Dana Carvey are joining forces once again to promote Uber Eats. The teaser, which “for legal reasons” can’t be for the Super Bowl, features many of the duo’s signature slogans. Schwing.
A beloved sweatshirt with the face of Seinfeld star Jason Alexander is, ahem, well liked until washed down with Tide.
Michael B. Jordan is the Alexa of our dreams in this Amazon ad. Read me a sexy audiobook in the bath, sweet prince!
Directed by Oscar winner Damien Chazelle, this Squarespace ad encourages entrepreneurs to pursue their “happy hour” passions, turning the storyline of Dolly’s classic hit. Another reason why Dolly is a true angel.
Ashton Kutcher musically accuses his wife, Mila Kunis, of stealing the Cheetos Crunch Pop Mix, while Shaggy defends her by releasing his 2000 hit “It Wasn’t Me”. How does Mila make Cheetos dust look great?
In this commercial for Scotts and Miracle-Gro, celebrities veg out in their gardens, including John Travolta and his daughter doing a TikTok, Martha Stewart refreshing her tomatoes and Stanley from Office (Leslie David Baker) growling grumpy.
Michelob Ultra bills A-List athletes for this ad, including Serena Williams, Anthony Davis, and Peyton Manning in a cowboy hat. There’s even a pic of golfer Brooks Koepka at a pizza party, for all the dads.
I’ll buy anything if he sells it to me in Matthew McConaughey’s mellow tones, and Doritos tries to take full advantage of that weakness in his Super Bowl teaser series. In one, Mindy Kaling and Jimmy Kimmel comment on McConaughey’s offscreen “look”, captioned “#FlatMatthew”. What is going on?
In this teaser, actress Amy Schumer walks into her fridge (which only contains mayonnaise) and spreads her wings.
Although Budweiser is out, Bud Light is here, with a glimpse of Post Malone (continuing its partnership with the brand) stealing the show in this glimpse of a world without Bud Light.
In his second commercial, Bud Light (this time announcing his new lemonade seltzers) reflects on the “lemon” of a year that was 2020.
In this short teaser, Lil Baby promotes Rockstar Energy Drink, saying, “I wasn’t born into the spotlight. Nope. “
Featuring a star-studded cast from the NFL, this Frito-Lay spot, narrated by Marshawn Lynch, tells the story of “The Night Before the Super Bowl” – including a recreation of “The Immaculate Reception” with Terry Bradshaw and the Manning brothers, in matching nightwear, being scolded by their father. Eli told People they didn’t even need a wardrobe: “It was a little embarrassing that Peyton and I had matching pajamas, by any chance.”
For Stella Artois, Lenny Kravitz could almost tackle the GameStop controversy head-on by saying, “We were all born with 2.5 billion heartbeats. It makes you a billionaire. So let’s not waste the fortune on us. Invest. ”I guess we don’t eat the rich today?
In this ad, Chipotle prefers messages to celebrities, offering aesthetically pleasing snaps of black cows laughing, farmers picking peppers and a child planting seeds while a sibling wrangles over sustainability.
In a year marked by some real gender revealing disasters, M & M’s has one that will hopefully be better? Hope?
Now that Budweiser is out of the game, Sam Adams is reinventing his iconic Clydesdales which is wreaking havoc in Boston. Wicked smaht.
In this Pringles ad, the rescuers are too distracted by stacking the chips to save the stranded astronauts.
Professional and certified Himbo wrestler John Cena counts up to 35 in this teaser, letting you know you could win $ 1 million if you count the number of Watermelon Dews in the brand’s Super Bowl slot.
Super Bowl newcomer Vroom.com dramatizes the pain of going to a car dealership in its 30-second window.
In this poppy blanket ad of the “Hello, Goodbye” earworm, the online marketplace Mercari, another Super Bowl newbie, shows us that we can order popcorn makers online as well.
Ford highlights ongoing efforts to fight the coronavirus, noting that “soon we will be what we were – touch, love, live.” His surrounding #FinishStrong campaign focuses on donating PPE to underserved communities and designing new products to protect people from the virus.
Yeah, do you remember them? Online independent marketplace Fiverr teased its first Super Bowl commercial by recalling one of the strangest political stories of 2020, with landscaping company president Marie Siravo ready to get down to business in this. niche.