Each year, companies spend massive amounts of money to put their best promotional foot forward with a slew of interesting Super Bowl commercials.

If you weren’t able to watch the Super Bowl, got distracted at some point in the game, or simply want to rewatch your favourites, take a look at the very best Super Bowl trailers and commercials below.


The first trailer for Jordan Peele’s next horror movie has arrived and even though we aren’t exactly sure what’s going on, it’s pretty terrifying. It looks a lot like this one will deal with aliens and if we have learned anything from Peele’s previous movies, the director is going to have a unique take on the concept.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

The first full look at the next Doctor Strange movie (not including the preview during the Spider-Man: No Way Home credits) gives away way more than expected about the movie. It seems Strange is really screwing reality up this time–which leads to an important question from Wanda. Why is he considered a hero when he does it, but she’s a villain?

Jurassic World Dominion

Sure, we got this trailer early but it’s exactly what every Jurassic Park/World fan needed. The original Jurassic Park trio are reunited and in the middle of all of the action, alongside Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard. That hopefully means we get more Laura Dern hanging out with dinosaurs.

Moon Knight

It doesn’t look like there was any new footage in this look at Moon Knight. But it does keep us excited about the upcoming Disney+ series.

Bud Light Seltzer Hard Soda

The mayor of Flavourtown is back, as a trio gets dragged into another world where Guy Fieri rules with an iron fist.


Country music icon Willie Nelson has been trying to “legalize it” for years. Now we know the “it” in question is Skechers shows, which were never illegal. Never change, Willie.

Porsche/Top Gun: Maverick

It’s half Porsche commercial and half trailer for Top Gun 2. It’s not a proper trailer and doesn’t really reveal anything new, but it’s still got us excited.


BMW sure knows how to sell their all electric car. All you have to do is dress up Arnold Schwarzenegger as Zeus, add Salma Hayek to the mix, and let the jokes follow.


This ad tells us that Zendaya sells seashells online under a fake name.


Idris Elba uses Booking.com to talk to Isaiah Mustafa (the Old Spice guy) and Jonathan Goldsmith (the Dos Equis guy) about doing a commercial. If you are unfamiliar with either of these commercial actors, this advert may be a bit lost on you.

Flamin’ Hot Doritos and Cheetos

A group of animals are in the forest beatboxing the song “Push It” by Salt-N-Pepa, with a bunch of Flamin’ Hot chips nearby. What more could you want?


Casting Ashton Kutcher’s wife, alongside his ex-wife, is a pretty fantastic idea. And the two play very well together in this ad where they both lose out on an award.


We have officially entered the era of Cable Guy nostalgia. Jim Carrey reprises his role from the movie only to learn that cable is a thing of the past.

General Motors

Speaking of ’90s movie nostalgia, the gang is back together in this Austin Powers throwback of a General Motors commercial. The cast reprises their roles and we learn that Dr. Evil is a grandpa now.


Prepare for your Alexas devices at home to go off. Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost have issues with their Alexa devices after it learns to read their minds.


The best way to fight food waste is to tackle Pete Davidson? Seems reasonable.

Planet Fitness

A slew of celebrities show up in this Planet Fitness commercial, which focuses on Lindsay Lohan working out.


This is the better of the two commercials with robot dogs (sorry, Sam Adams). Of course, this one doesn’t have an actual robot dog in it, but a cute CGI robopup.


Seth Rogan and Paul Rudd remember some beautiful moments together that all revolve around Lay’s Potato Chips. Stay tuned until the end.