Yesterday’s Super Bowl was jam-packed with a nail-biting win by the Denver Broncos, an incredibly entertaining halftime performance by Coldplay, Beyoncé and Bruno Mars, and of course, all the hilarious ads you could hope for. But there weren’t just star-studded commercials for Bud Light or Hyundai — there were also tons of highly anticipated movie spots, including the TV spots for action sequels like Jason Bourne, Independence Day: Resurgence, Captain America: Civil War, as well as the kid-friendly features The Jungle Book and The Secret Life of Pets. Below is the full list of movie spots:
The Super Bowl TV spot for X-Men: Apocalypse has the earth nearly destroyed, and the X-Men ready to go to war against the villain responsible for it all — Apocalypse.
In this Super Bowl TV spot for Captain America: Civil War, the Avengers are divided by a new government policy and must somehow fight against each other, while also protecting the human race from yet another deadly enemy.
Deadpool released its Super Bowl TV spot, with a new brand of superhero: ready to kick butt — and crack jokes.
The Super Bowl TV spot for the long-awaited sequel Independence Day: Resurgence has arrived 20 years after the War of 1996, yet another alien takeover threatens to destroy the earth and an Earth Space Defense taskforce is called upon to defend it.
A woman is involved in a near-fatal car crash in the Super Bowl TV spot for sci-fi thriller 10 Cloverfield Lane. She then wakes up in a bunker with two strangers and now must decide who to trust — the men she’s trapped with or the outside world where the unknown lies in wait.
The Ninja Turtles resurface to fight off a massive alien force in the Super Bowl TV spot for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows.
The Super Bowl TV spot for the 3D live-animation flick The Jungle Book follows Mowgli, as he is under attack by a rogue Tiger who wishes to eradicate the human race from the jungle. He must now seek help from his animal friends in order to protect himself and stay in his jungle home.
Only a God can save Egypt from another God in this Super Bowl TV spot for mythological epic Gods of Egypt. God of Darkness Set (Gerard Butler) has overthrown Patron God Horus (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) and is commanding allegiance from the Egyptian people through violence and destruction. Now it is up to the defeated Horus to muster up the strength to destroy Set and his army, as well as his legions of evil creatures.
We find out that pets are a lot more like humans than we thought in the Super Bowl TV spot for the animated comedy The Secret Life of Pets.
A group of football legends (including Drew Brees and Russell Wilson) were invited to a special screening of Eddie the Eagle and this Super Bowl TV spot captures their reactions to the inspirational winter sports drama.