What movie trailers will air during the 2023 Super Bowl?

What movie trailers will air during the 2023 Super Bowl?

Of course, the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles playing Super Bowl LVII is a spectacle in itself. But Super Bowl Sunday isn’t just about the game. The whole event is a spectacle, from the national anthem, to the commercials and the halftime show. In fact, some people only log in for the ads.

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Every year, advertisers pay millions to have a 30-second TV spot during the Super Bowl. If you’re wondering why, take a look at last year’s numbers. 112 million people tuned in to watch Super Bowl LVI in 2022 and the ad is working.

Recently, studios released pre-game trailers and then aired longer spots on Super Bowl Sunday. The next day often draws even more viewers as people try to catch up on what they missed. Last year, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness was the most watched spot on social media within 24 hours of the end of the Super Bowl with 93 million views. When the film premiered, it grossed $187.4 million, the biggest box office opener in the United States and Canada and was the third highest of the year in terms of grossing the year. calendar at $411 million, behind Top Gun: Maverick and Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

New reports have surfaced claiming that the next full trailer for “The Flash” will be 2 minutes and 25 seconds long.

The trailer is set to drop during the Super Bowl on February 12. pic.twitter.com/nh8YZYPHkc

— Movie Lover (@Marvlux) January 31, 2023

Here are the trailers we can expect to see on February 12 when the Chiefs and Eagles face off in Super Bowl LVII.

The FlashWarner BrosRelease date: June 16Fast XUniversal (DC)Release date: May 19Ant-Man and the Wasp: QuantumaniaDisney (Marvel)Release date: February 17

Heineken’s co-branded spot with Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania has already been released on social media with already 27 million views on YouTube.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3Disney (Marvel)Release Date: May 5The Little MermaidDisney (Marvel)Release Date: May 26ElementalDisney (Pixar)Release Date: June 16Scream VIPParamountRelease Date: March 10Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among ThievesParamountRelease Date: March 31Transformers: Rising BeastsParamountRelease Date: June 9

Other possible trailer releases include United Artist Releasing’s Creed III, Lionsgate’s John Wick: Chapter 4, Disney’s Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, and Marvel Studios’ The Marvels. There is also rumored to be a 15-second pre-game spot for Universal Pictures’ bizarre dark comedy horror film, Cocaine Bear.

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