Bruno Mars wasn’t the only entertainment dazzling fans at one of sports biggest spectacles!
The Superbowl is known not only for the intense and exciting play of American Football, but also for the creative advertising that happens during the event. Some may say the ads dominate the game.
Beer and car commercials weren’t the only exciting and creative advertising. Movie studios took advantage of the “big game’s” 100 million plus viewers to showcase their upcoming epics!
Sony Pictures delivered two ads for The Amazing Spiderman 2:
Continuing with their busy movie season, Sony Pictures also featured their reboot of Robocop.
Paramount released it’s latest Transformers installment, “Age of Extinction”, which is now led by Mark Wahlberg. I am guessing Shia LaBeouf was too busy writing original content to be available for this film.
And finally, from my childhood favorites, Kermit the Frog and his fuzzy companions return for “Muppets Most Wanted”.
We can’t forget the Muppets vs the very funny Terry Crews for Toyota USA!
You may not be a sport fan but when it comes to the Superbowl, the biggest show are the entertaining and creative ads and features.
Steve “Rifflo” Fitch – Legendarium News Director
Steve, also known as “Rifflo”, is a University MBA Administrator in Ontario Canada where he lives with his wife, Lisa and two young daughters, Alexa and Ava. Steve has an extensive background in corporate sales. Steve also worked for ISAF: International Security Assistance Force and the Canadian Military as a recruiter in Human Resources for the operations in Bosnia and Afghanistan. When not immersed in Tolkien works,sci-fi, and film, you can find him training in Muay Thai, Italian rapier, German longsword, and Mixed Martial Arts. Follow Steve on Twitter @HobbitSteve