super bowl commercials
When it comes to the Super Bowl, the big game featuring the NFL’s two best teams from their respected conferences isn’t the only reason folks tune in every year. The commercials or “big game ads” are also a pretty big deal as well, and quite a few of them have hit the web already, but […]
Chance The Rapper might not be taking to the Super Bowl LIII stages, but that doesn’t mean you won’t see a bit of him on your television screens. In a new teaser clip unleashed to the public, Chano joins the Backstreet Boys in a commercial set to air during the big game.
Super Bowl 51 will go down in history as confirmation, again, that Tom Brady is one the NFL’s greatest quarterbacks, and that the Atlanta Falcons blew one hell of a lead. The commercials also will be noted for taking a very political tone, considering Cheeto Jesus has occupied the White House.
Besides an important football game, the Super Bowl is all about viewing new commercials as advertisers and movie makers push for our hard earned coin. Super Bowl 50 featured a gang of stars and high powered spots, which meant there were plenty of fails, too.
The point of Super Bowl commercials is usually to entertain and engage. On the other hand, Nationwide decided to go for trying throw you into a depression.
The annual Super Bowl holiday has come and gone and it was great game. The commercials were more hit or miss though.
We are approximately one week away from Super Bowl Sunday and the Richard Sherman trash talking has already begun. And the standout Seattle Seahawks cornerback has cleverly found a way to get paid for it.
If there is one thing football fans and non-fans can agree on come Super Bowl Sunday, it’s that the commercials generally make up for a huge chunk of the entertainment.
Remember actor-comedian Jerry Seinfeld’s Super Bowl ad where he’s attempting to be the first owner of a flashy new Acura model that featured Jay Leno? It appears that the Black actor who played the salesman in the commercial was just the right shade of Negro for the job. According to an exclusive report from TMZ, […]
What’s the biggest sporting event on the planet without one of the biggest moguls? Sean “Diddy” Combs aired four Ciroc ads during last night’s (Feb. 5th) Super Bowl. From the looks of the ads, Diddy is moving in a comedic direction when it comes to advertising the brand. Continue on for the commercials.