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See all the Superbowl XLIX TV spots right here! Jurassic World and more!

02.01.2015

UPDATE 2/1: Check out all the spots from this year's Superbowl below!

Whether you love or hate the game of football, the Super Bowl is the most-watched televised event every year, bringing in over 100 million viewers time and time again. That's a lot of million! No matter which color you're rooting for, it's also one of the few events where folks look forward to the commercials just as much as the game. There's going to be some funny ones, there'll be some crazy ones . . . and there will be some serious TV spots for the latest and greatest films hitting this year! To keep everything nice and tidy, we've started a list detailing each studio and what TV spot they'll be showing off during Super Bowl XLIX (that we've confirmed, anyway).

As of now, some TV spots have been confirmed, while others have not, so we'll update as we draw closer to game day (and surely, some of these will drop beforehand, as is usually the case). Be sure to check back often to see what's in store come Sunday. We'll be updating this page as the trailers drop and will be uploading to our HD Trailers Channel, so you can follow along there as well. Until then, see below for what to expect from the Superbowl trailers line-up!

Let the games begin!

Twentieth Century Fox:

KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICE

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

Universal Pictures:

JURASSIC WORLD

TED 2

FURIOUS 7

PITCH PERFECT 2

FIFTY SHADES OF GREY

SEVENTH SON

MINIONS

Paramount Pictures:

TERMINATOR: GENISYS

HOT TUB TIME MACHINE 2 (Online Now!)

Disney:

TOMORROWLAND

Lionsgate:

THE DIVERGENT SERIES: INSURGENT

There's room for plenty of other TV Spots/Trailers to debut before or during the big game and rosters shift all the way up to the last minute, with some studios remaining mum on what they're putting out (if anything), so we'll have to wait in suspense for any surprises (which hopefully there are).

What trailers/spots are YOU looking forward to (or hoping to see)?

Source: JoBlo

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2:58PM on 01/29/2015

Does anyone even care about the commercials anymore? They have all sucked for 10 years now.

SuperBowl ads used to be awesome because it was rare to have comedy and big celebrities in them. Now EVERY commercial has celebrities and tries to be funny. We all skip the ads anyways so it doesn't even matter.

The last 3 years there hasn't been a really classic SuperBowl ad. They even show regular ads that have been on for months.
SuperBowl ads used to be awesome because it was rare to have comedy and big celebrities in them. Now EVERY commercial has celebrities and tries to be funny. We all skip the ads anyways so it doesn't even matter.

The last 3 years there hasn't been a really classic SuperBowl ad. They even show regular ads that have been on for months.
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5:52PM on 01/28/2015
I've had a Vision of what may blow people away during the Superbowl.
I've had a Vision of what may blow people away during the Superbowl.
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3:57PM on 01/28/2015
Is it too early for a Batman v. Superman teaser yet? I don't think so! Please make this happen!
Is it too early for a Batman v. Superman teaser yet? I don't think so! Please make this happen!
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8:49AM on 01/28/2015

Great selection

But I can't believe Superman/Batman or Star Wars is being mentioned for a possible trailer. What is this comic con?
But I can't believe Superman/Batman or Star Wars is being mentioned for a possible trailer. What is this comic con?
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5:13AM on 01/28/2015

Tomorrowland

I'd bet dollars to donuts (I hope this means I get paid in donuts) that the TBD for Disney will be AGE OF ULTRON and TOMORROWLAND. Star Wars is way too far out, time-wise.
No one is talking about Tomorrowland at all these days... :/
I'd bet dollars to donuts (I hope this means I get paid in donuts) that the TBD for Disney will be AGE OF ULTRON and TOMORROWLAND. Star Wars is way too far out, time-wise.
No one is talking about Tomorrowland at all these days... :/
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3:15AM on 01/28/2015
I think studios should be pushing their trailers to hit during the Academy Awards. I know The Superbowl is prime advertisement real estate, but the Oscars just make more sense to me. I say if you dont have a trailer ready for the Christmas season, premier it during the Academy Awards. Use the superbowl for meta-ads, but the Chris Pratt vs Chris Evans ad promoting Avengers 2. Its not a trailer, but it is a push for Avengers. Stuff like "Mad Max", "The Fantastic Four", "Mission Impossible 5",
I think studios should be pushing their trailers to hit during the Academy Awards. I know The Superbowl is prime advertisement real estate, but the Oscars just make more sense to me. I say if you dont have a trailer ready for the Christmas season, premier it during the Academy Awards. Use the superbowl for meta-ads, but the Chris Pratt vs Chris Evans ad promoting Avengers 2. Its not a trailer, but it is a push for Avengers. Stuff like "Mad Max", "The Fantastic Four", "Mission Impossible 5", "Ted 2". "Hunger Games 4", "Ant-Man", should all be filling the ad space for the Oscars, instead of car commercials and go-daddy. You'd think the studios would use the biggest televised movie event of the year as a platform to push their biggest movies. The ones they didnt have time to push for during the holidays.
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3:14PM on 01/28/2015
Think about the type of movies that get Super Bowl tv spots... Now think about the demograph for both those events and the answer becomes obvious. People watching the Oscars aren't watching to see explosions.
Think about the type of movies that get Super Bowl tv spots... Now think about the demograph for both those events and the answer becomes obvious. People watching the Oscars aren't watching to see explosions.
1:21AM on 01/28/2015
I'm looking forward to anything from Batman vs Superman, Avengers: Age of Ultron, and Jurassic World.
I'm looking forward to anything from Batman vs Superman, Avengers: Age of Ultron, and Jurassic World.
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