The Super Bowl: home to leg-crunching tackles and bank-breaking adverts. And when it comes to eye-wateringly expensive commercial spots, few do it better than big studio blockbusters.
Films including Terminator: Genisys, Tomorrowland and Minions have all been confirmed, and rumours continue to fly about whether Jurassic World, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Batman vs Superman and even Star Wars will make an appearance on Sunday night.
Here in the UK of course, most of us will have to wait for the teasers to trickle through online, but at least that means we don’t have to watch the game/can enjoy the Super Bowl in relative peace.
Here are all the confirmed trailers for Super Bowl XLIX, along with clips of what’s already available.
George Clooney stars in this Walt Disney Pictures sci-fi mystery. We’re expecting a longer ad on the night itself, but here, because this is what happens now, is the tease for the teaser trailer. Isn’t marketing fun?
Arnold Schwarzenegger meets his younger self AND utters those famous words in this Big Game tease. Does it make more sense than the first movie trailer? Hmmmm…
Our clear favourite, this trailer gets that there’s no point squashing the whole film into 30 seconds, and instead makes a sugary sweet Super Bowl-specific promo.
Hot Tube Time Machine 2
A good gag about the Patriots and deflated balls (long story short: the Super Bowl contenders might have let air out of their footballs in order to get an advantage) makes up for the fact that this clip’s only 15 seconds long.
Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron
British cast member Paul Bettany has already teased us that Age of Ultron is “the biggest thing Marvel’s ever done,” and there’s certainly a lot of smashing and crashing crammed into this 30-second trailer. Whether it’s the actual Super Bowl version remains to be seen.
At the moment we have only this full first trailer, but star Mark Wahlberg has confirmed that there will be a special Super Bowl teaser during the game. Patriots quarterback Tom Brady reportedly has a cameo.
Other trailer rumours
Jurassic World will have at least one Super Bowl spot according to US entertainment website Deadline.
Persistent rumours have also swirled around Warner Bros’ film Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice, despite there having been no official footage released as yet.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens might feel it does not need the extra expense of a Super Bowl advert, considering the fact the first teaser racked up over 100 million views in less than a week.