CHARLESTON, SC (WCBD) – The Big Game is not just about a great game of football. For many, Super Sunday is about the food, halftime show performance and the commercials.
Some of today’s biggest brands have launched iconic Super Bowl commercials, like Coca-Cola’s “Mean Joe Green” commercial from 1980, Apple’s introduction of their Macintosh computer during the 1984 game, or Pepsi’s 1992 ad featuring Cindy Crawford, and who could forget Wendy’s big question – “Where’s the beef?!”
Here’s a look at some of the best ads you’ll see during this weekend’s big game when the Los Angeles Rams take on the New England Patriots in Atlanta, Georgia.
What happens when Amazon Alexa takes over the world?
The Dude abides! Jeff Daniels and Sarah Jessica Parker bring back two iconic characters for Stella Artois.
Singer Michael Bublé is not too happy about the Bubly packaging.
Colgate Total shows us how to survive close-talkers.
Hot, hot, hot! Doritos is rolling out a new flavor with help from the Backstreet Boys and Chance the Rapper.
Pringles shows us that sometimes smart-assistants are not always good for our snacking habits.
Pepsi or Coke? Steve Carell, Cardi B and Lil John join this commercial to say Pepsi is ALWAYS okay!
In this commercial for Hyundai, Jason Bateman serves as your elevator concierge for life’s most… unpleasant events.
Free as the wind! A Dalmatian guest-stars in this year’s commercial for Budweiser. He’s later joined by the world-famous Clydesdale horses.
If the movie Ex Machina didn’t scare you, this commercial for TurboTax might. Meet the RoboChild:
It’s crunch time! Whenever you’ve got a craving, Planters wants you to know Mr. Peanut is there.
BEST IN SHOW: Singer/actress Kristin Chenoweth is judging a paring of dogs, their humans and avocados from Mexico.