- Super Bowl ads are almost as famous as the game itself and are guaranteed to be watched by millions.
- The game continued the tradition of including dozens of celebrities to make cameos in advertisements.
- Early standouts include Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lopez, Serena Williams, and more.
One of the main themes of the Super Bowl LVII commercials, for another year in a row, is the amount of star power brands are recruiting for the world-famous advertising parade that is the Super Bowl.
Dunkin’ Donuts staked an early claim as they wowed viewers with a Super Bowl ad featuring Ben Affleck’s brief stint as a Dunkin’ employee. headline last month.
With an exaggerated Boston accent, Affleck struggled to serve some customers until his wife, movie star Jennifer Lopez, came into the drive-thru and wondered what he was doing at the coffee shop. It seems that
— Dunkin (@dunkindonuts) February 12, 2023
Ad for Michelob Ultra it aired The first half featured tennis legend Serena Williams, “Succession” Brian Cox, Miami Heat star Jimmy Butler and several other athletes and entertainers in a “Caddyshack” parody. One of the night’s biggest ensembles appeared.
The group recreated several scenes from the 1980 comedy classic to one of the songs featured prominently in the film, Kenny Loggins’ “I’m Alright.” The ad featured various scenes from the film, all of which added his Michelob Ultra.
— Michelob Ultra (@MichelobULTRA) February 9, 2023