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On Sunday, the 53rd edition of the Super Bowl took place in Atlanta, USA, and as the American sporting tradition dictates, a number of ads and trailers were released during the event’s half-time break.
If you want to read more about the half-time show, click here, but for the trailers and advertisements we found noteworthy, here are six of the best below.
Avengers: Endgame teaser trailer
Marvel released its second teaser trailer for its eagerly anticipated flick Avengers: Endgame.
The 30 second video shows the team preparing for the big battle with Thanos after he destroyed half of it during Infinity War.
The movie will premier in April.
Toy Story 4 teaser trailer
Toy Story 4 is another highly anticipated movie, especially considering the fact that many thought the franchise was completed with its third installment.
The teaser shows Woody and Bo Peep in a theme park, with Buzz Lightyear being harassed by the local toys.
Bo Peep last appeared in Toy Story 2, and the trailer suggests that she’s had a bit of a makeover.
Toy Story 4 will be released in June.
Captain Marvel teaser trailer
Captain Marvel‘s latest teaser shows off more of the title character’s charisma and super powers with the tagline “higher, further, faster”.
The movie is set for release in March.
Game of Thrones and Bud Light
The ad is set in medieval times where the Bud Light Knight is an entrant in the village jousting tournament.
He loses to The Mountain from Game of Thrones, and then a dragon shows up and sets everything on fire. You know, the usual stuff.
Unfortunately, the ad doesn’t give any clues about the upcoming final season of the show, which is set for an April debut.
Microsoft’s Xbox Adaptive Controller
Microsoft’s rather heartfelt ad about its Adaptive Controller for Xbox shows how the piece of equipment has helped a number of children play video game where they otherwise would not be able to.
Amazon’s ad is a funny take on its own product not being suitable for every occasion. The video shows celebrities interacting with Alexa that has been built into devices like hot tubs and dog collars, ultimately causing some chaos.
Feature image: screenshot, YouTube via Game Of Thrones