Companies Release Commercial Teases Ahead of Big Game
We’re still more than a week away from the biggest football game of the year, but as they do every year, companies are dangling carrots in front of us in order to create a buzz with the hope we’ll like the advance commercials we're seeing and will watch on Sunday, February 4th to see more.
I don't envy the creative minds in charge of developing Super Bowl commercials. Can you imagine all of the pressure they're under and then when happens if the idea they came up with flops? With that said, these are some of the teases that have been tossed our way and I'll let you be the judge whether or not you think these are going to be great or if they're going to be duds.
Doritos and Mt. Dew
In this commercial, Morgan Freeman and Peter Dinklage promote both Doritos and Mountain Dew, both of which are owned by Pepsi.
Cindy Crawford and Pepsi
Cindy Crawford is teaming up with her 18-year-old son, Presley Gerber, and are doing a commercial together which insiders say will be a nod to Cindy’s widely popular 1992 Pepsi commercial.
You’ve seen her in movies and on TV and now you’ll see her all over Groupon. Actress Tiffany Haddish is the new celebrity spokesperson for the brand and just released an announcement saying that big things are coming.
Can you believe that it’s been three years since we last saw a M&M’s commercial during the Super Bowl? It’s true, but that’s about to change.
Skittles is doing something strange. Their commercial won’t be seen by all of us at the same time. Actually only one person will see the commercial first and that person is a teenager from California. The teen will watch the commercial and the rest of the world will be able to watch his reaction through a live stream on the Skittles Facebook page. Confused? Here’s the explanation.