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The 58th edition of the Super Bowl occured yesterday, as the Kansas City Chiefs beat the San Francisco 49ers. As is tradition, thousands of collectors who are not necessarily into sports tagged along to watch the game with friends, but were more interested in the ads, movie trailers and half time show. We sat down with a collector to hear his thoughts about the big game. "It was okay, I guess. There was a lot of sports between the ads and movie trailers, that's for sure. But we caught a glimpse of the new Deadpool movie, with Wolverine in it. Man, I can't wait for the Marvel Legends figures of that movie. Or even the S.H. Figuarts. We also saw trailers for the latest Planet of the Apes movie, Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes. I wish NECA or Hiya Toys were still making figures of those... I'd love a new Caesar! There was also Twisters, the sequel of Twister, kinda like Aliens was the sequel of Aliens... Do you think we'll see some sort of tornado queen in it?! A few more trailers (Wicked, If, Despicable Me 4, The Fall Guy...) and a lot of great commercials too! The Mountain Dew one was fun, and did you see Arnold reuniting with Danny Devito, like a good neighbaaah? That was awesome! Usher also had a great show!" "Why do they keep showing sports between the commercials?" "I only wish there would be a few toy commercials here and there. Even to promote the movie we see the trailers of. At $7 million for 30 seconds, I'm sure toy brand can afford that!" More news at 11:00... "Oh yeah, there was some sports too!" *ToyFarce News is parody news for laughs and not meant to be taken seriously!
Super Bowl LVII will be hosted by Fox on February 12th with a battle between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles. This is also a time of battle between the studios as they will be to dishing out $7 million for a 30-second ad to promote new spots and trailers for upcoming movies hitting during the 2023 year. Warner Bros. is looking to have a promotional spot for the June 16th release of DC’s The Flash. Universal will be promoting the Fast & Furious franchise with the May 19th release of Fast X. on February 9, Univeral is throwing a Fast X party on the L.A. Live Event Deck with star Vin Diesel and cast for the world premiere of the tenthquel’s trailer. So we may see it even before February 12th. Disney is dropping promotional spots for The Little Mermaid (May 26), Pixar’s Elemental (June 16), and possibly Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny (June 30). Paramount is having promotional spots for Scream VI (March 10), Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves (March 31), and Transformers: Rise of the Beasts (June 9). No trailer for Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One (July 14). No word on Amazon/MGM, Lionsgate, and United Artists may try to slip in under the radar and we see a promotional spot for United Artists Releasing’s Creed III (March 3) or Lionsgate’s John Wick: Chapter 4 (March 24). Source: Deadline