A host of brands have tapped into some serious star power for their Super Bowl 50 spots. From comedians, to musicians, actors, and athletes there is no shortage of familiar faces in this year’s Super Bowl ads.
T-Mobile has recruited Drake, BMW brought on Serena Williams, Tony Hawk, and T-Pain, Hyundai tapped Ryan Reynolds and Kevin Hart and the list goes on. You can check out the spots of Mini USA, T-Mobile, Bud Light, Hyundai, Budweiser, Skittles, Squarespace, Taco Bell, and Amazon ahead of them airing during this Sunday’s Super Bowl 50.
Mini USA – Defy Labels
BMW’s brand has chosen to dub their ad “Defy Labels” and features Serena Williams, Tony Hawk, T-Pain, and a few other athletes and actors. The spot sends the message that labels only serve to box you in and can easily be broken.
T-Mobile – Restricted Bling
T-Mobile tapped Drake for their ad which plays out on the set of his “Hotline Bling” video as other carriers offer notes on making some changes to his lyrics. The ad serves to highlight the service restrictions of the other carriers and the simplicity of T-Mobile.
Hyundai – Ryanville & First Date
The automotive brand will be airing three different spots during Sunday’s game. One of the spots features actor Ryan Reynolds for the Hyundai Elantra and the other features comedian Kevin Hart for the Hyundai Genesis.
Budweiser USA – Give A Damn
Budweiser recruited actress Helen Mirren for a drunk driving PSA that is unlike what we’re used to.
Bud Light – The Bud Light Party
This year’s Bud Light ad aims to unite beer drinkers everywhere. Starring Amy Schumer and Seth Rogan as the leaders of the Bud Light Party the goal is for America focus on what unites us rather than what divides. The ad also features actors Paul Rudd and Michael Peña.
Skittles – The Portrait
Steven Tyler stars in Skittles Super Bowl 50 spot which features a singing portrait made from the rainbow colored candies in the likeness of Tyler of course.
Taco Bell – Super Secret Commercial
Taco Bell is set to unveil a new product that’s being added to its menus, but they’re keeping it so under wraps that not even their commercial’s star, James Harden know’s what it is.
Squarespace – Real Talk
Fans said goodbye to comedic duo Key & Peele a few months back with the finale of their Comedy Central show. Thanks to Squarespace we get to see these two in action once again plus the two comedians will be providing live commentary during Sunday’s game. You will be able to catch their commentary over at realtalk.squarespace.com.
Amazon – Cheese Footballs
Amazon will be airing a spot promoting their new handsfree and voice controlled speaker Amazon Echo. Alec Baldwin stars in the campaign which comes with it’s own website and features more videos of Baldwin making use of the Amazon Echo as he preps for game day.