During Sunday night’s Super Bowl, we posted throughout the evening the Super Bowl commercials that pertained to movies and television that were aired during the big game as well as during the pre-Game, Halftime, and post-Game shows.
But, there’s still a lot more ad offerings from Super Bowl XLIX — which saw the returning champs The Seattle Seahawks go up against The New England Patriots in Glendale, Arizona’s University Of Phoenix Stadium — that we didn’t get to post. So now, we’re collecting them all here below for your enjoyment, since there was plenty of new TV and movie footage revealed, and of course, those clever and celebrity-filled product commercials.
I didn’t include every commercial shown, as some didn’t pertain to our type of entertainment and some I just didn’t enjoy or care about. Instead, I’ve embedded most of the movie and TV spots, along with my favorites from all those car and soda-type adverts, most of which feature celebrities.
Continue reading for the Best Of The Super Bowl Ads 2015: Movies, TV, Celebrities.
There’s a decent amount of video embedded here below, so be patient and give it time to load. Be sure to let us know which of these are your favorite. And congratulations to the New England Patriots on their win; thanks to both teams for giving us such an exciting fourth quarter; and double thanks to Marvel superhero actors Chris Pratt and Chris Evans for their fun Super Bowl wager which resulted in a great win for two children’s charities.
Walter White ‘Say My Name’ Esurance Super Bowl Ad
Super Bowl Spot
Bryan Cranston reprises his Breaking Bad role as Walter White in this Esurance ad.
‘Jurassic World’ Super Bowl Spot
‘Furious 7’ Super Bowl Spot
‘Heroes Reborn’: The Aurora Super Bowl Spot
‘Ted 2’ Super Bowl Spot
‘Pitch Perfect 2’ Super Bowl Spot
NBC – ‘Allegiance’: Take the Pledge Ad
New NBC show premieres Thursday, February 5, 2015 at 10/9 c. after The Blacklist.
NBC – SNL 40th Anniversary Special Teaser
The reunion begins on February 15 live at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.
NBC – ‘The Voice’ Epic Confrontation Ad
The Voice returns to NBC on February 23, 2015. Commercial is a take on Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome.
‘Minions’ Super Fans Super Bowl Spot
‘Seventh Son’ Super Bowl Spot
‘Unfinished Business’ Super Bowl Spot
A hard-working small business owner (Vince Vaughn) and his two associates (Tom Wilkinson, Dave Franco) travel to Europe to close the most important deal of their lives. But what began as a routine business trip goes off the rails in every imaginable – and unimaginable – way, including unplanned stops at a massive sex fetish event and a global economic summit.
In Theaters – March 6, 2015. Cast: Vince Vaughn, Tom Wilkinson, Dave Franco, Sienna Miller, with Nick Frost and James Marsden
‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’: Like a Spy Super Bowl Spot
Kingsman: The Secret Service tells the story of a super-secret spy organization that recruits an unrefined but promising street kid into the agency’s ultra-competitive training program just as a global threat emerges from a twisted tech genius.
Written by Jane Goldman & Matthew Vaughn, based upon the comic book by Mark Millar & Dave Gibbons. In Theaters – February 13, 2015. Cast: Colin Firth, Michael Caine, Taron Egerton, and Samuel L. Jackson
NBC – ‘Aquarius’ Super Bowl Ad
David Duchovny returns to television as a Los Angeles detective solving the case of a generation.
NBC – ‘One Big Happy’: Unhappy Grandpa Super Bowl Ad
New comedy from executive producer Ellen DeGeneres, One Big Happy, coming to NBC March 17, 2015.
NBC – ‘Odyssey’: Proof of Life Super Bowl Ad
Contrary to what you may have heard, #OdelleLives. Odyssey premieres Sunday, April 5, 2015 10/9c on NBC.
Danny Trejo ‘Brady Bunch’ Snickers Super Bowl Ads
NBC – Neil Patrick Harris Super Bowl Ad
Get ready for a new primetime variety series hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, coming this fall to NBC!
Bud Light “Real Life Pac-Man” Super Bowl Ad
Get inspired by the #UpForWhatever messages on Bud Light bottles and you might get led into a real-life game of PacMan like one Bud Light fan who was #UpForWhatever.
‘Insurgent: The Divergent Series “She is the One” Pregame Super Bowl Trailer
SNL Totino’s Super Bowl Activity Pack For Women (Parody)
Not a real ad, but worth mentioning: A parody ad from this weekend’s SNL which shows Totino’s activity pack for women who are stuck in the kitchen making their appetizers to serve the men in the living room watching the Super Bowl. Spot-on.
Always “Like A Girl”
For young girls, confidence plummets during puberty and many never fully recover. Always is on an epic battle to end that by changing the meaning of the phrase #LikeAGirl from an insult to mean downright amazing things. It’s inspiring to us, knowing that our original film started to change perceptions. But that’s not enough. We need to reach more girls, women, boys and men””to spread the word big time.
Say No More – Domestic Violence Super Bowl PSA
Super Bowl Spot:
Watch the official Super Bowl NO MORE ad (the first-ever Super Bowl commercial addressing domestic violence and sexual assault) and pledge to say NO MORE at http://nomore.org.
Katie Couric, Bryant Gumbel BMW i3 Super Bowl Ad
This ad features a clip of Katie Couric and Bryant Gumbel from 21 years ago doing a segment on The Today Show where they were confounded by this new invention called the Internet, then shows today them trying to get used to the new all-electric BMW i3.
Liam Neeson ‘Clash of Clans: Revenge’ Super Bowl Ad
Be careful who you attack.
I guess here I can put in a few of the WORST Super Bowl Ads of 2015:
Budweiser Lost Puppy Super Bowl Ad
I’m purposely not embedding what was reportedly the most popular commercial to aired, which is the Budweiser “˜Lost Dog’ ad. Yes, it was adorable and was pulling at my heartstrings, until the part with the wolf come on. The lost puppy from last year’s Bud ad is fighting his way back home and comes across an angry, threatening wolf, from which the Budweiser Clydesdales must save him. There was zero reason to put the wolf in there as the “villain.” So, instead of the ad (look, people are going to drink beer no matter what, so I’m not worried about Anheuser-Busch’s profits declining from my little omission here), I’ll give you a link to a petition, which has information on why Budweiser did the wrong thing with this ad. In this instance, I just think the company went with a popular misconception of the animal, I don’t think they meant any harm, but they do need to be educated.
On the other hand – Go Daddy needs to just go away forever. They are the worst. Geeks Of Doom used to use their services until 2011 when it was discovered that the CEO was big into bragging about elephant hunting (F that). This year, the company had a Super Bowl spot that was leaked online ahead of Sunday’s game and it led to public outrage because it showed a puppy finding his way home only to have the owner laugh about selling the animal to an Internet puppy mill. The ad ended showing the puppy crying as he’s tossed into the back of the puppy mill van. (WTF?!?!?!?) The controversy led to GoDaddy using a different ad for the Super Bowl, but seriously, fuck them. Fuck them, in plain English.
Here’s video of the original ad covered on The Today Show.
Ugh, this movie looks so damn stupid and the two leads have zero sexual chemistry. If the dialogue for the Fifty Shades of Grey movie is anything like the book (which I had a friend read some of to me over the phone), then please no thank you. But, here’s the Super Bowl spot – enjoy if you will.
Note, for a limited time, Teefury is offering up a Marvel-themed Super Bowl XLIX charity t-shirt called Chris vs Chris for only $11 in a design that pits Captain America (The Avengers) against Star-Lord (Guardians Of The Galaxy). The shirt will be available for sale through February 10, 2015, and a portion of the proceeds will go to benefit the two aforementioned charities.
Where’d you find that Super Bowl logo? It’s better than the real one.
Comment by jbird669 — February 3, 2015 @ 9:09 am