Dinobots! Spider-Man! Weird Things! Your Super Bowl Commercial Round-Up

With another Super Bowl comes another new barrage of trailers for this year’s most exciting genre-related films! While the blockbusters certainly made a lot of noise (DINOBOTS), they weren’t the only trailers that showed up. There were angels from Noah, evil Muppets, singing Muppets, and even a special Lego appearance at the Puppy Bowl!

Check out all the cool genre commercials and trailers you might have missed during the Super Bowl.


The Amazing Spider-Man 2

A short teaser:


And a long “Enemies United” intro to the movie, including Electro’s origin:


Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Lots of new footage in this one, too:


Transformers: Age of Extinction

When all hope is lost…Optimus Prime shall crest the hill, riding a dinosaur:

(Yay Dinobots! Here’s hoping the triceratops finds the leg that went missing from our production manager’s toy! He was never the same without it.)



Darren Aronofsky’s (retelling? adaptation? ALWAYS WONDER) of the Noah fable upped its game even higher and now includes angels:


Muppets Most Wanted

The internet continues to react to the Muppets sequel but now…Constantine is ready for them. (Us. He’s ready for us.)


They and some singing vegetables also sold a Toyota or two during the Super Bowl:

Terry Crews’ smile is surprisingly edgy.


The Lego Movie

The hero of The Lego Movie himself showed up to the Puppy Bowl to toss the deciding coin!


Tom Hiddleston and the British Villain Cadre

And who could forget our favorite British supervillains selling Jaguar cars:


The Matrix: “The Truth”

A luxury car commercial starring…Morpheus? And then he’s singing? This makes us feel weird things.



These engineering toys for girls went from Kickstarter to Beastie Boys to lawsuit to insane rocket-fueled Super Bowl commercial.



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