Super Bowl is arguably the most-watched sporting event in the United States. It has been like that every year and has never changed since then. Because of that, many companies are vying to take advantage of the viewership. It's not only companies that are seeking airtime for their advertisements during the game, though. Movie studios are also in the business to buy time to unveil their upcoming releases. However, only a few of them can afford the price. In 2020, a 30-second ad during the Super Bowl LIV costs an insane amount of $5.6 million — which is a lot of dough! With that said, what studios were able to afford the price of the airtime? Let's take a look at the most recent Super Bowl movie trailers!
In 2020, one of the films revealed in the Super Bowl LIV was F9: The Fast Saga. It was the ninth installment from one of Universal Pictures' most successful series. The movie starred the franchise's household names like Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, and Jordana Brewster. A year earlier, in Super Bowl LIII, Marvel Studios made sure that Avengers: Endgame would get a TV spot at the big game. And now, we all know that the Marvel superhero film is the highest-grossing of all time! Can we expect that all lucky movie trailers that will have airtime in the game would be top movies like the Endgame? Such conclusions are too soon to tell. But right now, we listed some of the most promising trailers revealed at the event. Didn't catch Super Sunday either? Worry not as you can also click the links below to know where to watch Super Bowl movie trailers that we included. Watch for yourself and tell us what you think will go big or go home!
|1||[TRAILER] Top Gun: Maverick||Videos||16||Free|
|2||[TRAILER] No Time to Die||Videos||14||Free|
|4||[TRAILER] The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run||Videos||2||Paid|
|5||[TRAILER] Sonic the Hedgehog||Videos||1||Free|
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