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This year's crop of Super Bowl ads ranged from the humorous to the inspiring, and interestingly enough most of them had a dog in it. BMW had some great entries, as did Chrysler, Doritos and Sketchers. Check out five of the best Super Bowl commercials right here.
Previews for this year's big Super Bowl ads continue to show up on YouTube, and it looks like Audi has joined the fray with a new spot for the big game that spoofs "Twilight." Check out the anti-vampire commercial here.
Volkswagen looks like it has the market for cute "Star Wars" themed commercials cornered. In a follow-up of sorts to "Little Vader," the car company has released a preview of its Super Bowl ad for this year, which features a chorus of dogs barking a very familiar song. Watch it here!
It has been more than a decade, but William Shatner's "Priceline Negotiator" character is finally going to bite the bullet. Shatner is being dropped for a new spokesperson in time for the Super Bowl, and Priceline's last ad with Shatner will feature an explosive finish. Find out more here!
Believe it or not, this year's Super Bowl was the most watched show in television history. It beat out the long standing record held by "M*A*S*H" since 1983, and other amazing TV milestones. The Houston Chronicle reported that "Sunday’s game between the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers from Cowboys Stadium in Arlington was viewed by an average audience of 111 million viewers, according to the Nielsen Co.
Eminem might not be your immediate choice for a spokesman for a car, even a luxury car. But Chrysler decided to play up its roots in Detroit and chose a hometown boy to represent them. And represent them well he did. Chrysler produced the first ever commercial to air during the Super Bowl that lasted the whole two minute commercial break. Some people say it was not a wise choice.
Justin Bieber’s body has been doing some weird things lately. Following a “body switching” appearance on "The Daily Show," Bieber shocked fans during Sunday’s Super Bowl commercials by undergoing a total makeover. Appearing in Best Buy’s ad to promote a new technology buy back program, the 16-year-old looked aged with thinning hair on top and an almost unrecognizable face covered in mustache and beard.
In 1952, legendary American composer John Cage released what he believed was his "most important work." Entitled 4′33", the composition consisted of nothing but complete silence from the musician, who was instructed to stand entirely mute throughout the duration of the performance. A little bit crazy? Yup. But in using silence as the star of their latest Super Bowl ad, we think Pepsi is crazy like a fox.