It wouldn't be the Super Bowl without the fun commercials that brands release during this highly watched event. While big brands like Pepsi, Budweiser and Coca-Cola have decided not to buy any ad time this year, opting to spend money elsewhere during the pandemic, other brands have released some entertaining commercials to get you ready for the Super Bowl this weekend.
Alexa's Body with Michael B. Jordan
Michael B. Jordan is Alexa's voice (and body) in this Big Game ad, and let's just say it's one brilliant marketing strategy.
Wayne’s World - Wayne and Garth are Back - Uber Eats
Mike Myers and Dana Carvey return as the popular pop culture duo Wayne Campbell and Garth Algar in a Wayne’s World-themed Big Game commercial for Uber Eats.
MTN DEW MAJOR MELON with John Cena
John Cena stars in the vintage-themed ad for Mountain Dew. Mountain Dew is also giving away a $1 million cash prize to the viewer who correctly guesses how many bottles are shown during the commercial.
Cheetos - It Wasn’t Me
Real-life couple Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis were tapped for the Cheetos commercial, promoting the new Cheetos Crunch Pop Mix. The video also features Shaggy.
Doritos 3D #FLATMATTHEW McConaughey
Doritos 3D has been dropping teasers with the tag #FLATMATTHEW McConaughey. Jimmy Kimmel and Mindy Kaling are seen on the set of Jimmy Kimmel Live, and we are left to wonder what this new Matthew McConaughey look might be.
Amy Schumer’s Magical Mayo Transformation - Hellmann's
Amy Schumer has teamed up with Hellman's mayonnaise for a Big Game commercial that focuses on food waste. Here's the advance teaser:
Pringles - Space Return Ad
A pair of astronauts are left stranded because the team at NASA are too busy eating Pringles.
M&M’S Super Bowl Teaser
Dan Levy's commercial for M&Ms shows the aftermath of a gender reveal gathering gone wrong, along with several other humorous situations.
This one is an uplifting commercial for Michelob Ultra, a light beer. The commercial features Serena Williams, Peyton Manning and other athletes as they showcase the importance of finding joy in whatever you do. It's not just the destination, but the journey that counts.
5 to 9 by Dolly Parton - Squarespace
Dolly Parton makes her Super Bowl commercial debut with Squarespace, a website building and e-commerce platform. She re-recorded her hit song "9 to 5" as "5 to 9" for a new campaign, which focuses on "passion time" now that people are working from home and building their own site. The commercial was directed by La La Land director Damien Chazelle and choreographed by Tony Award winner Justin Peck.