One of the most exciting parts of the Super Bowl each year are the commercials and movie trailers that air during the big game. During the 2015 edition, there will be several marquee ads fans will be looking to see.
Several movie trailers have already released, but with the Super Bowl breaking up commercials into 30-second and 60-second spots, many fans are expecting new ads featuring previously unseen footage.
Here are the top movie trailers fans won’t want to miss.
One of the funniest movies of 2012 was Ted. Led by the comedic genius of Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane, the story of Ted, the real-life Teddy bear, featuring Mark Wahlberg became a hit with moviegoers.
During this year’s Super Bowl, the trailer for the sequel will debut. According to The Hollywood Reporter, there is a scene in the commercial that will feature New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady appearing as a possible sperm donor.
With Brady’s involvement in the ad and the raunchy comedy fans were exposed to in the first release, younger fans who loved Ted will be waiting with bated breath to see the trailer for Ted 2.
One of the most anticipated trailers is for the seventh edition of the Fast and Furious series, Furious 7. This series of movies is fast-paced and directed toward a younger generation, and the latest edition will feature the wildest stunts yet.
As CinemaBlend.com pointed out, a trailer for Furious 7 will air during the Super Bowl, but movie officials have already revealed several mind-blowing stunts that will take place in the film.
Whether you like the Fast and Furious series or not, the cinematic moments created with cars have been some of the best in movie history. With each movie outshining the last, the hope is that the Super Bowl advertisement will get fans excited about this production.
One of the movies that has already released a trailer is Jurassic World. It is unclear if the movie will release a different trailer for the Super Bowl or replay the previously released spot, but this movie is one of the most anticipated of the year.
As one of the best movies from the 1990s, Jurassic Park was an entertaining look at the dinosaur phenomenon. The updated version of the movie should be even more impressive with the improvements in graphics and design over the last 20 years.
Universal is the studio that made the film, and with their parent company NBC airing the Super Bowl, there is little doubt that Jurassic World will get marquee placement. The hope now is that the fans get something new and exciting from the movie.
*Information via ScreenCrush.com.