Let’s be honest – at least a quarter of the Super Bowl’s entertainment value is found in the commercials. Come Sunday, they’ll broadcast in all their glory for what’s likely to be more than 110 million viewers. With the average price...
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This Sunday’s Super Bowl commercials have already started to hit the Internet, many of which have appeared within the past 24 hours. From Kim Kardashian making fun of herself to the Victoria’s Secret Angels playing football, and a domestic violence PSA from the NFL, here are some of the most notable commercials you’ll see this year
Lately, we’ve noticed something quite refreshing: an increase in mainstream commercials that feature same-sex couples. In fact, 2014 saw more same-sex commercials than ever before in North America – and some from brands you’d least suspect. Here are just 8 of them that are worth checking out if you missed them the first time around
The minute Halloween ends, we’re bombarded with holiday decorations, music, and – obviously – advertisements. Whereas the holiday commercials would determine what we’d ask Santa for when we were kids, they now take on a different meaning. They’re clever, often rival those of Super Bowl Sunday, and can even pull at The Grinch’s heartstrings
The fast-talking Micro Machine Man, Brian Austin Green’s Pop-Tart enthusiasm, The “Noxema Girls” getting noticed, and Roberto Alomar “catching the taste.” You remember them all. Perhaps the most memorable childhood commercials, however, were the ones with jingles. We guarantee they'll be stuck in your head all day if you watch them again now