Cheerios is sharing the love in its Super Bowl ad "Gracie," which marks the return of the interracial family showcased in last May's "Just Checking."
Opera, love and a career change are today's Super Bowl ad themes. Let's launch!
GoDaddy released a teaser ad for the second of its Super Bowl spots, "Surprise." Actor John Turturro introduces an unknown woman who will use a GoDaddy product, its Website Builder, to pursue her dream of turning her hobby into her own business.
Coca-Cola has released "Going All The Way,"a sweet ad that tells the story of Adrian, the smallest player on his high school football team who has the opportunity of a lifetime during an important play when the football is practically dropped in his hands, with a clear path to the end zone.
CarMax has created two versions of its Super Bowl ad, "Slow Clap." The in-game ad stars humans, while the online-only version of the ad is recreated with puppies. The brand's theory is, if there's a puppy version of the big game, why don't the ads offer the same alternative?
Big booms, puppies and football stories are the Super Bowl themes of the day. Let's launch!
And now that you've watched the Audi Super Bowl teaser ad, which I personally enjoyed more, here's a look at the actual in-game ad promoting the Audi A3.
The Yellow peanut M&M typically plays sidekick to the Red plain M&M but during this year's Super Bowl ad, Yellow takes center stage. And you know what it gets him? Kidnapped.
Let the Super Bowl adstravaganza begin. Yellow peanut M&M gets kidnapped and some hybrid dogs are a bad idea. Let's launch!
It's hard not to get weepy when you're watching TV and you hear Sarah McLachlan's song "Angel," coupled with horrific pictures of abused animals as she sings her support for the SPCA. McLachlan shows her funny side in this year's Super Bowl when she crafts an emotional ballad for the most misunderstood hybrid animal, the Doberhuahua. This hybrid dog is the star in Audi's big game spot, …