The Super Bowl often features multiple trailers for new movies and TV shows; here’s every trailer that airs with the 2022 Super Bowl LVI commercial. With the 56th annual edition of American football’s biggest night comes a live sporting event that nearly 100 million people watch every year. It’s an American tradition, but one that has become as big a tradition as the game itself anticipating a huge, star-studded line-up of corporate commercials in front of TV’s biggest audience.
Not to be outdone, this part of the premium-priced advertising session involves trailers for the biggest upcoming movies and TV shows, as studios and streaming outlets hope such a big marketing push will generate a huge audience when the film is released or premiered. It’s not a gamble that always pays off, and at up to $6.5 million for a 30-second slot in the Super Bowl, it’s an expensive risk to take. However, if the trailer goes well and audiences follow suit, the money ends up being spent for a good reason. Here’s every movie and TV trailer shown during the Super Bowl – or released before it – so far.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
Released during the Super Bowl kickoff show, Disney’s new trailer for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness promises even more of the amazing scenes already present in the first trailer, while also turning the multiverse shenanigans into 11. The actual plot is still pretty hazy, though it’s clear that Strange is having issues. caused by the actions he did before (in Spider-Man: No Way Home-ed). The second trailer, which also features Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff aka Scarlet Witch, also reveals several other surprises, one of which is the glimpse of a familiar Marvel world figure. Does this mean that the terrible rumors regarding the ranks of the characters that will appear in this film that some time ago went back and forth in cyberspace are true?
Jurassic World: Dominion
Ahead of Super Bowl LVI 2022, Universal released the premiere full trailer for Jurassic World: Dominion, the final entry in the current trilogy. Dominion continues what was presented in Fallen Kingdom, with an ending where the dinosaurs roam freely in the wild. The main attraction of Dominion for many is the return of the original Jurassic Park trio of stars: Alan Grant (Sam Neill), Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum), and Ellie Satler (Laura Dern), and several other characters from the early Jurassic Park trilogy.
Also released before Super Bowl LVI by Disney was the first trailer for Lightyear, a spin-off of the Toy Story franchise that featured actor Chris Evans as the voice of the “real” Buzz, a heroic astronaut who inspired the line of toys voiced by Tim Allen in the films. the original. Lightyear is also equipped with a cat companion robot, which will no doubt be Disney’s next big merch mover.
Young Rock Season 2
The second season of the NBC sitcom Young Rock arrives on March 15, and the 2022 Super Bowl LVI trailer has been released ahead of the show’s return. It focuses on the time Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson played professional American football for the Calgary Stampeders as part of the Canadian Football League. Johnson’s initial dream was to become an American football star before the injury that saw him swerve into the entertainment wrestling realm that made him a big star in the ring.