The Super Bowl is the mecca of advertisers. With such a high audience in the United States, it is the best platform for brands to launch their year’s novelties. And this is something that the film industry takes advantage of above all else to bring their audiences en masse to theaters and/or streaming platforms.
This year we have had a break full of impressive trailers, such as Deadpool & Wolverine and many others that we were looking forward to. Below we leave you with the best movie trailers that we have been able to see during the Super Bowl.
Deadpool & Wolverine
As we were advancing, the third part of Deadpool has been shown in an exclusive trailer in which they also present its revealing title. The premiere will be on July 26, 2024, and from what we have seen, it comes to blow up the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Bob Marley: One Love
We are in the era of musical biopics, and the next one to fall into this genre is none other than Bob Marley. Played by Kingsley Ben-Adir, the Jamaican singer will have his own cinematic version of his life very soon. It arrives in theaters on February 14th.
It is one of the most popular Broadway musicals and it had not yet had a high-level film version. Starring Cynthia Erivo and Ariana Grande, Wicked arrives in theaters on November 27th, the story about the witches of The Wizard of Oz.
The Fall Guy
After being nominated for an Oscar for his wonderful performance in Barbie, Ryan Gosling returns to his beach boy roles with The Fall Guy, an action movie that follows a down-on-his-luck stuntman. This comedy will arrive in theaters on May 3rd.
IF (Imaginary Friends)
Ryan Reynolds arrives at the Super Bowl twice, as he also had room to premiere another movie of his that will be released this year: If (Imaginary Friends). Directed by John Krasinski (The Office), it promises to be a fun movie for all audiences. May 17th in theaters.
A Quiet Place: Day One
A Quiet Place is one of the most celebrated horror franchises in recent years, and now it’s back with a spin-off that portrays the first day of the humanitarian massacre. The movie starring Lupita Nyong’o and Joseph Quinn will be released on June 28th.
Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes
If we hadn’t had enough with Matt Reeves’ trilogy, the 20th Century Studios franchise is back with a movie that takes place hundreds of years after Caesar’s reign. It will be released in theaters worldwide on May 9th.