See ad agency 'Murphy + Kennedy' pitch cringe-worthy ideas that may hit a little too close to home.
Fan interest in the controversial spot crashed the brand's site.
John Legere takes on Verizon and AT&T with Big Game films starring Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg.
Even with its hometown team in the game, Coke opts for the safety.
Forrest Whitaker narrates a 60-second ad from Translation that acknowledges the political divide.
Despite big name action stars, no movie tie-ins sully an extended fight scene
Grey New York brings back the Super Bowl-spawned offspring.
Sweating takes center stage in low-calorie brew ad set to classic TV show theme.
Created by McCann New York, the ad previews the upcoming series "Genius."
Publicis Seattle helps the telecom present a 60-second history of touchdown dances.
The 30-second spot from Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners takes a backseat to the teaser.
Growers' third Super Bowl spot stays determinedly apolitical.
Bud Light's 80s mascot makes a comeback for 30th anniversary.
Celebrities' younger selves talk from grade-school yearbooks to promote the CR-V.
A Verizon customer fakes his own demise in Droga5's first work for the brand.
Perennial Big Game advertiser returns with an emotional spot ad from Venables Bell & Partners.
The automaker shows it's easy to be eco-friendly in a spot from David&Goliath.
Still angry, the actor holds back the expletives in spot made with JohnXHannes.
Perennial Big Game advertiser brings the Web to life in spot from Bullish.
The carmaker plays an "if/then" game with its second film in the Big Game.
Leo Burnett Chicago gives gamers a sneak peek at the much-anticipated video game sequel.
Deutsch New York adds callbacks to classic ads for longtime fans.
A golden Billy Zane takes on Rob Riggle in 15-second Big Game ad from Wieden+Kennedy.
Big Game debut from Grey New York will have fans counting the seconds to halftime.
Bread and BBQ sauce brand relies on familiar tropes with help from Levit Agency.
See the teaser for the legendary jeweler's 60-second unscripted film.
Adolphus Busch faces xenophobia in 1857 in ad from Anomaly New York
Global Team Blue gets Detroit moving in lengthy pre-kickoff spot.
Fake rival Othr Guyz lives on in Big Game spot from VML.
Merkley + Partners bring the brand back to the Big Game for the first time since 2015.
The 15-second in-house spot pairs with new work for sister brand Wonderful Pistachios
Leo Burnett Toronto transforms the musty mascot into a sex object.
Australian brand will become the first wine to advertise on the Big Game in 40 years.
Ad introducing the water brand is scheduled to air in the first half of Sunday's game.
Dancer Lil' Buck, actress Minnie Driver and artist Sia collaborate to promote the new LC 500
The 30-second ad from adam&eveDDB will appear in the first quarter.
The company's replay technology can make any task look cool.