Coca Cola Hulk vs Ant Man

Coca-Cola has partnered with Marvel to launch a Super Bowl commercial featuring two super heroes: The Incredible Hulk and Ant-Man. Ant-Man, voiced by actor Paul Rudd, is caught snatching the last Coca-Cola Mini Can from the fridge in Dr. Bruce Banner’s lab. An angry Dr. Banner turns into the Hulk and pursues Ant-Man throughout the city. Cornered in an alley after a high-energy chase, Ant-Man surrenders and helps Hulk, whose fingers are too big to open the Coca-Cola Mini Can. Both savor the prize. The final line: “Sometimes you just want a little Coca-Cola”.

Coca Cola Mini commercial with Ant-Man

Snickers Marilyn Monroe or Daniel Dafoe

Snickers is running “Marilyn Monroe”, a Super Bowl commercial continuing the classic “You’re Not You When You’re Hungry” theme. Willem Dafoe plays a hungry version of Monroe in a recreation of the skirt scene in the 1955 film “The Seven Year Itch”. Comedian Eugene Levy plays the stage hand in charge of making Marilyn Monroe’s dress flap in the wind above a subway grate. The campaign includes a behind-the-scenes film and a teaser, “Happy Birthday”. After being accidentally left behind, a crew member from the 1955 film The Seven Year Itch (Eugene Levy) finds a new way to pass the time, as seen in “Twenty Questions”, “Fan Voice” and “Still There”.

Snickers Marilyn Monroe

Apartments.com Movin On Up

Apartments.com, the American apartment listings website, used the 2016 Super Bowl to launch “Movin’ On Up”, an advertising campaign featuring Jeff Goldblum returning as Brad Bellflower, hip hop artist Lil Wayne, George Washington, and a gospel choir singing The Jeffersons theme song “Movin’ On Up”. Brad commandeers a piano about to be moved into an apartment and launches into a rendition of The Jeffersons iconic and timeless theme song, “Movin’ On Up,” as he’s craned upward to a deluxe apartment in the sky. Upon reaching the top floor penthouse, Brad meets its inhabitants – a reimagined George (George Washington) and Weezy (Lil Wayne).

Brad Bellflower pianist

Budweiser Simply Put on Driving Drunk

Budweiser advertising during the 2016 Super Bowl includes “Simply Put”, a television commercial featuring British actress Helen Mirren, calling out drivers to #GiveADamn and protect their lives and the lives of others. Mirren draws on her reputation for straight talking to put drunk drivers in their place. The commercial introduces viewers to Stand With Bud, an online campaign encouraging commitments to not drive drunk on Super Bowl Sunday.

Budweiser Helen Mirren

Audi Commander

Audi is running “Commander”, a Super Bowl commercial connecting the Audi R8 V10 plus car with space exploration and David Bowie’s 1972 hit “Starman”. Surrounded by memories of the Space Age’s golden years, a retired astronaut has lost his zeal for life. But when his son shows up and hands over the keys to the new 205-mph Audi R8 V10 plus, a rocket ride under the stars stirs newfound life within the Commander. “Audi Commander” is designed to be a universal reminder that amazing things happen when we choose exploration, technology and the moon.

Audi Commander commercial