Watch Now: Volkswagen’s Little Darth Vader ‘Star Wars’ Super Bowl Commercial Gets A Sequel
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We all know the commercial: a little kid dressed as Darth Vader is running around trying to learn the ways of the Force when he unexpectedly starts his parents’ Volkswagen using only his mind powers (watch it here).

It was easily one of the most popular Super Bowl commercials of last year, and could arguably be one of the best Super Bowl commercials of all time, though a long list that would be. Now that very commercial has itself something of a sequel that will air during this year’s big game.

You can see the new commercial below now.

The commercial doesn’t look like a follow-up to last year’s commercial through the majority, but, titled “The Dog Strikes Back,” you can be sure to get your Star Wars fix by the end.

It’s definitely not as cute or funny as the little kid, but it is still amusing enough to check out…especially if you’re the type of person who’s too nervous when your team happens to be in the Super Bowl to realize what the hell is going on during commercials. Ahem.


[Source: Heat Vision]

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  1. The dog is awesome, this commercial is way better than the stupid one with the kid. Coulda done without the lame SW reference.

    Comment by Bud — February 2, 2012 @ 2:03 pm

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