All Super Bowl 2016 commercials are in one place. If you have missed them during the game, watch all of them here. Sit back and enjoy!
Sophomore advertiser, website builder Wix.com chose to partner this year with DreamWorks Animation. The amazing animators behind classics like Shrek and Madagascar created a fun Super Bowl ad that makes for some serious eye candy.
Under the hashtag #StartStunning, the 30-second commercial both promotes the recent release of Kung Fu Panda 3 and uses our favorite characters from the Kung Fu movies to show how important and easy it is for any business to create a beautiful website using Wix. Plus, the web design company has created an interactive, online hub for all their fans.turbo
Wix also released four teasers, each of which featured one of our favorite Kung Fu fighters going to extreme measures to get the word out about Mr. Ping’s Noodles, only to be reminded by the wise Master Shifu that every business should start first by building a stunning Wix website.
In their rookie Super Bowl appearance, LG has teamed up with some of the best in the business to create an ad for their new line of TVs featuring OLED (“organic light-emitting diodes”) technology. But not just anyone directed this ad…LG brought out the big guns and teamed up with Jake Scott! That would be the same Jake Scott who directed such all-time Super Bowl classics as Budweiser’s Lost Dog commercial and who just happens to be the son of the legendary Sir Ridley Scott, director of Apple’s 1984 ad, which is widely considered the best Super Bowl ad of all time.
Not only that, but the sci-fi spoofing ad stars Liam Neeson, who starred in last year’s amazing Clash of Clans Super Bowl commercial. Michael Neeson, Liam’s real-life son, plays a younger Liam in the ad. (Lots of family in this LG ad!)
Truth be told, the ad itself, called “Man from the Future” left us missing last year’s Clash of Clans ad just a bit. Were our expectations too high?
This year’s Big Game TV broadcast will feature the first Pokemon Super Bowl commercial. The gaming company has purchased a 30-second slot and will be using it to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the release of their first Nintendo games, “Pokemon Red” and “Pokemon Green.” Was Pokemon inspired by the mobile gaming companies Clash of Clans and Game of War who both advertised during Super Bowl XLIX? In any event, they may be old school, but they didn’t miss a beat in getting right into the game.
Pokemon revealed their 2016 Super Bowl ad on January 25th, officially making them the first full-length Super Bowl ad of the season!
While they may be one of the least awe-inspiring brands in the game, WeatherTech has already become a Super Bowl advertising regular. This is the 3rd consecutive year that the producer of American-made car floor mats has purchased a 30-second spot in the Big Game. Both of WeatherTech’s previous Super Bowl ads highlighted the fact that their products are 100% American-made.
This year’s WeatherTech Super Bowl 50 ad sends a similar message, paying homage to the great resource that is “The American People.”
Crest or Colgate? When it comes to the Super Bowl, you won’t have to decide! Colgate was the one and only toothpaste advertiser playing the Big Game. Instead of using their first-ever Super Bowl commercial to remind us to brush our teeth after eating all that junk food, they put together a 30-second public service announcement encouraging us to save water. The commercial aired during the 2-minute warning of the second half of the game.
Based off of an ad they aired last year in Latin America, Colgate created the following Super Bowl spot. They released #EveryDropCounts, their official Super Bowl ad, on January 27th.
Persil ProClean (Rookie)
Persil ProClean laundry detergent has been on the market for less than a year in the United States, but they’re hoping that by the end of the Super Bowl this year, everyone in America will be fighting stands with their product. They purchased a precious Big Game time slot to spread the word about their professional-expertise in getting our clothes clean. They’ve even launched a hashtag, #GameDayStains, but that didn’t make they ad any more exciting. Then again, how exciting can laundry really be?
No one saw this ad coming! In what was one of the biggest advertising surprises of the night, Jublia came back for a sophomore Super Bowl performance, completely unannounced. The ad starred former NFL greats Howie Long, Deion Sanders and Phil Simms discussing the very delicate subject of toe fungus.
The outdoor gear junkies at Marmot created a Super Bowl commercial for the first time ever. But rather than use a celebrity, sex or drama to catch our attention, these guys counted on one large, furry squirrel (technically, it’s a marmot) to help them sell their outerwear to more Americans. They purchased a 30-second spot that did indeed make us fall in serious LOVE with the outside – and with this adorable little rodent.
While most Americans have heard of Amazon at this point, not everyone knows about Echo. The speaker-like device who calls herself “Alexa” plays a starring roll in the 2016 Amazon Super Bowl commercial. Alongside Alec Baldwin and Missy Elliot, that is. Amazon.com’s first-ever Super Bowl ad aimed at increasing Echo sales. Even if you’re standing across the room, you can ask “Alexa” anything from the weather report to who she thinks will win the Super Bowl. She’ll let you know her response in an instant.
Now watch the amazing Amazon Super Bowl ad and find out if Alexa knows how many Oscars Alec Baldwin has won…
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