I must admit I’m a bit disappointed that Marvel set up a very clever Superbowl tie-in for Iron Man 3 months ago by naming the shiny new armor of the movie the Mark XLVII to coincide with the 2013 Superbowl of the same …
30 second and 90 second versions.
The very first footage from Fast and Furious 6 has arrived in the form of a Superbowl trailer. “We’re talking vehicular warfare.”
This film has lots of ingredients I like – including that lush colour design.
“There were rumours that sustained us… stories of a man born in the desert…”
“I am better.” “At what?” “At everything.”
Equip yourself. Watch these now and you’ll be a prize bluffer by kick-off.
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How many zombies do you think they’ll be able to squeeze into just 30 seconds?
Show down at the Super Bowl. Sort of.
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We’ve finally been given a look at Loki’s forces in the new, extended trailer for The Avengers, as premiered online just after a cut-down version graced the Superbowl. Here are four screen grabs from the single shot in which they …
I don’t think I can tell you what Hannah thought of Act of Valor yet, but just you wait for that embargo to lift… Here’s the new Superbowl trailer for the film, which makes it pretty clear what we’re dealing …
Here’s the new TV spot for The Avengers as premiered during the Superbowl – just, longer now. And that’s a good thing. For those of you who watched the Superbowl just to see this commercial, tell me: was it worth …
Here’s the full Superbowl trailer for The Lorax, another Dr. Seuss CG toon, this time with Danny De Vito typecast as a little hairy fellow. And now, a clip.
A new TV spot for John Carter aired during the Superbowl. That one ran 30 seconds – the online version has 30 more, and you can watch it here: With release just over a month away, marketing on the film …
No new Transformers movie this year (unless you count Battleship and I can see why you might be a touch confused) but there is a new theme park ride based on the franchise, and that got trailered instead.
Here’s the full TV spot for Battleship as premiered during The Superbowl. Liam Neeson alone is probably worth $50 million in the bank for them. Thanks to Fandango for the embed.
When I say that a whole host of animated superstars (and, let’s be honest, a good number of Z-listers too) have teamed up for the Superbowl, I don’t mean that they’ll be on the pitch. This isn’t Space Jam 2.