Top 10 Commercials from Super Bowl LIV
Some come for the game, some come for the snacks, but everyone can appreciate Super Bowl commercials. The Super Bowl is one of the biggest sporting events in the world, and millions gather around their televisions to watch it each year. With so many people watching, companies spend millions of dollars on advertising spots and put their best foot forward to impress viewers around the world. Here are the top 10 companies with the most impressive commercials during Super Bowl LIV.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady sent fans into a frenzy last week with a cryptic photo of him seemingly leaving his home stadium, but this commercial cleared up all speculation, as Brady stated that he is not going anywhere.
Mountain Dew decided to recreate popular Stephen King horror movie “The Shining” to promote the new version of their drink with zero sugar. The movie may be scary, but they are hoping fans will not be scared of their zero sugar drink.
To promote their new energy drink, Coca-Cola casted iconic actor Jonah Hill and director Martin Scorsese. The drink provides Hill with enough energy to meet his friend Scorsese at a party, and their friendship makes this commercial great.
Everybody loves a good pun, and this commercial delivered with Winona Ryder making her own website using Squarespace’s service while in Winona, Minn.
The internet has been obsessed with younger versions of popular characters lately, as evidenced by Baby Yoda. Planters Peanuts decided to hop on the trend by introducing their own young version of Mr. Peanut, named “Baby Nut.”
The world has always wondered what the greatest thing to exist since sliced bread is, and we now have our answer: Little Caesars delivery, as told by Rainn Wilson, fan-favorite actor from “The Office.”
Hollywood’s favorite couple, Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi, ask the question we have all been wondering: what did the world do before Amazon’s Alexa existed?
Cheetos related to fans everywhere by displaying the struggle of cheesy fingers after enjoying their tasty snack. Paired with MC Hammer’s iconic “Can’t Touch This,” this commercial was a hit.
Popular actors John Krasinski, Chris Evans and Rachel Dratch teamed up to showcase their best Boston accents while promoting Hyundai’s new smart park feature, but really, we were all just marveling over their accents.
This commercial tugged on the heartstrings. The 90-second spot features a man using his Google Home to remember details of his late wife and it touched viewers’ hearts everywhere.