On Sunday, the New England Patriots will face off against the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl 53. And while the game is expected to be exciting, fans across the world will also be eagerly waiting for the new commercials that will keep fans entertained during the breaks. If that's one of the reasons why you're watching on Sunday, you've come to the right place as QZ got a hand of the leaked TV commercials airing during Super Bowl 53.
A staple is back as Budweiser returns with classic Clydesdale horses, a dalmatian, and Bob Dylan. The 60-second ad, which features Dylan’s “Blowin in the Wind,” highlights the beer brand’s use of renewable energy.
You cannot forget some important classics for the Super Bowl as Jeff Bridges reprises his classic “The Big Lebowski” character and Sarah Jessica Parker is back as Carrie Bradshaw from “Sex and the City” in Stella Artois’ Super Bowl ad.
Get ready for some robots as Michelob Ultra uses a fitness-crazed robot to enjoy a wellness journey... and beer, of course.
Michelob Ultra is not done though: it is also pushing its organic Pure Gold brew in the Super Bowl for the first time this year with the help of actress and artist Zoe Kravitz.
Hard seltzer brand Bon & Viv marks its first appearance in the Super Bowl this year with a 30-second underwater pitch that takes a rather literal interpretation of the TV show “Shark Tank.”
There has to be a spot for Amazon and it sure makes the most of it. However, it keeps teasing us as only bits of the commercial have been leaked with clips of actors Harrison Ford (see video above), Abbi Jacobson, Ilana Glazer, Forest Whitaker, and retired astronauts Mark and Scott Kelly beta testing new technology that uses the Alexa voice assistant.
When you're watching the Super Bowl, you probably have some chips and guacamole. Therefore, you can watch the ad from Avocados from Mexico, who's released a series of teasers starring actress Kristin Chenoweth and a cast of dogs practicing the Avocados from Mexico jingle.
Super Bowl is all about football, but it doesn't mean a tennis superstar cannot made a special appearance. Serena Williams has partnered with Bumble, a dating and networking company geared toward women for their first Super Bowl commercial in order to "empower women to make the first move, in love, life, and business."
Know a close talker? Actor Luke Wilson gets uncomfortably close on Sunday in Colgate’s spot for its Colgate Total line of toothpaste. You can cringe now by watching it below:
Michelob Ultra is not the only one using robots and machine for their ads. Pringles’ 30-second Super Bowl ad features a machine with brains that feels depressed it can't enjoy the great taste of the chips.
Kia hasn't splurged money on big names and special effects: instead, it launches a scholarship program, called “The Great Unknowns Scholarship.”
You cannot say the word 'Porn' during the Super Bowl ads but it doesn't stop Frozen-food brand Devour with its 30-second ad about a woman whose boyfriend is addicted to frozen-food porn. A suggestive ad, a must for the Super Bowl weekend.
Former New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez and Mr. Peanut team up in Planters’ 30-second Super Bowl commercial, and that's all we know. For now, you only get the teaser...
Christina Applegate is hilarious in her quest for M&M in the 30-second Super Bowl commercial. We will know more about what happens to Applegate during the game...
Automaker Mercedes-Benz is back in the Super Bowl, this time, with the help of Atlanta rapper Ludacris in the 60-second commercial for Mercedes’ new A-Class sedan.
The Backstreet Boys are back...in a way. Chance the Rapper makes a surprisingly good Backstreet Boy in Doritos’ 30-second Super Bowl ad for its new Flamin’ Hot Nacho chips with different songs from the boy band.
Sparkling water brand Bubly is teaming up with singer Michael Bublé for its Super Bowl debut, however it won't be pleased to see him in a teaser spot changing the spelling of Bubly to Bublé. We'll know more on Sunday.
If you're not the best chef in the kitchen, you could grab some Burger King, who will have a 45-second Super Bowl commercial, focusing on Burger King’s iconic burger, the Whopper.
Actress Sarah Michelle Gellar stars in the horror-themed commercial for Olay that evokes the actress’s past roles in “I Know What You Did Last Summer,” “Scream 2,” and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” to promote the brand's 28-day skincare challenge.
And of course, Pepsi, who is playing hard on Coke’s home turf of Atlanta, Georgia. Pepsi will air a 30-second commercial in the Super Bowl that argues Pepsi is more than just an okay substitute for Coke, features actor Steve Carell and artists Lil Jon and Cardi B, who were also shown in teaser ads ahead of the official release.
Hope you guys have a great Super Bowl Sunday!
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