People who watch the Super Bowl solely for the ads don’t have to wait until the day of the game to be satisfied.
According to the New York Post, some companies in the US, including Pepsi, Budweiser and Amazon, have released teasers — and some their full spots — ahead of the big game.
Wondering what corn chip company Doritos has in store this year? They’ve. released two teasers that feature Chance the Rapper auditioning for The Backstreet Boys.
Actor Steve Carrell and rappers Lil Jon and Cardi B make an appearance in Pepsi’s ad this year while in their Super Bowl ad, Budweiser announced their beer is now brewed with 100 per cent renewable wind-powered electricity, to the Bob Dylan classic Blowin’ in the Wind.
Stella Artois also went the sustainable route, featuring Sarah Jessica Parker and Jeff Bridges as their respective iconic characters, Carrie Bradshaw from Sex and the City and The Dude from The Big Lebowski to raise money to combat water shortage.
Amazon’s ad was also a who’s who of Hollywood, with Forest Whitaker and Harrison Ford playing with failed Alexa products.
Microsoft released a heartwarming ad showcasing new technology designed for kids with physical challenges while Verizon, Hyundai, Pringles and Olai have also released all or part of their commercials.
This story was originally published in the New York Post and is reprinted with permission.