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Watch All The Super Bowl 2020 Movie Trailers And TV Spots

Whether you tune into the Super Bowl each year because you find football genuinely thrilling, because you're more interested in what eye-popping displays of musical artistry and innovation will go down during the halftime show, or because you can't resist an opportunity to chow down on pizza and nachos while huddled with friends around a television, everyone gets a kick out of seeing what trailers and TV spots film studios release for their upcoming projects. This year's Super Bowl — a showdown between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers that took place on Sunday, February 2 — featured no shortage of juicy footage from films like Black Widow, Mulan, A Quiet Place: Part II, and more.

If you missed the big game as it aired live, or were simply too busy washing out from your mouth the taste of extra-spicy hot wings and regret following a halftime eating challenge to catch every minute of the action, we've got you covered with all the movie trailers and TV spots that aired during the 2020 Super Bowl.

The Invisible Man's 2020 Super Bowl TV spot

When Universal and Blumhouse unveiled the first trailer for director Leigh Whannell's reboot of The Invisible Man, audiences were made aware of many tiny details hiding within the film – the most important of which were references to 1933's The Invisible Man and 2000's The Hollow Man, both based on H.G. Wells' seminal novel The Invisible Man. With the release of a TV spot for the film at the 2020 Super Bowl, it's clearer than ever (no pun intended) that the Invisible Man reboot will attempt to blend fresh horror into a classic tale

Just as we did in the original trailer for The Invisible Man, in the big game spot, we watch as Cecilia Kass (Mad Men's Elisabeth Moss) escapes the literal clutches of her abusive ex-boyfriend Adrian Griffin (The Haunting of Hill House's Oliver Jackson-Cohen), who is later found dead from an apparent suicide. Despite authorities, family members, and friends telling Cecilia that Adrian is definitely dead, she knows that he's still somewhat alive — as an invisible entity bent on traumatizing her... apparently for the rest of her life. 

The Invisible Man will surface on the silver screen on February 28.

A Quiet Place: Part II had its own Big Game TV spot

The sequel to writer-director-actor John Krasinski's breakout horror hit from 2018, A Quiet Place: Part II rocked the 2020 Super Bowl with a 30-second tease into its story, which is shaping up to be every bit as tense and terrifying as that of its predecessor. 

Again directed by Krasinski, whose character Lee Abbott suffered a grisly death at the end of the first film, the follow-up chronicles the Abbott family's efforts to fight for survival in the post-apocalyptic world in which sound-seeking monsters attack and kill those who are anything but silent. Evelyn (Emily Blunt), Regan (Millicent Simmonds), Marcus (Noah Jupe), and the newborn Abbott baby will venture out into the unknown, encountering supernatural and human dangers alike in the form of monsters and men (like those played by Djimon Hounsou and Cillian Murphy). 

The 2020 Super Bowl spot for A Quiet Place: Part II confirms that in addition to taking place in the present and following the Abbotts' new struggles following Lee's death, the film will partially be set in the past, showing what the world was like prior to the apocalypse and detailing the origin story of the aliens that are ravaging the present. 

A Quiet Place: Part II is set for release on March 20.

Disney's live-action Mulan aired its final trailer during the 2020 Super Bowl

Though Disney has already dropped a teaser and a full-length trailer for its impending live-action remake of Mulan, the studio found it appropriate to save the release of the final trailer for the flick for the 2020 Super Bowl. 

The new footage gives us a new look at director Niki Caro's reimagining of the beloved animated film — including the addition of the made-for-the-new-movie character Xian Lang (Gong Li), the shapeshifting witch and ally of Hun commander Bori Khan (Jason Scott Lee) who's bound to complicate Hua Mulan's (Yifei Liu) efforts to masquerade as a man and serve in the Imperial Army in place of her father (Tzi Ma). As the final Mulan trailer evidences, the brave young woman's journey as "Hua Jun" will push her to her limits and bring her to her breaking point — but she must gather her courage and inner strength to realize her full potential, stand tall as an honored warrior, and earn her country's respect. 

Based on the poem "The Ballad of Mulan" as well as the 1998 Disney animated film, Mulan will get down to business in theaters on March 27.

No Time to Die had its time at the 2020 Super Bowl

It may be no time to die, but it's certainly time to get excited about No Time to Die, the 25th installment in the long-running James Bond film franchise and the final one in which Daniel Craig will portray the titular super-spy. 

Universal Pictures brought a 30-second game day spot for No Time to Die to the 2020 Super Bowl — giving audiences a glimpse at Craig's Bond and Lashana Lynch's Nomi, a 00 agent who rose through the ranks during Bond's retirement, teaming up and piloting an incredibly cool-looking aircraft. From there, the clip shows off a bullet-spraying sports car, Bond under water and out and about in a suit, and Rami Malek's Safin, a complex villain who'll seemingly prove to be Bond's ultimate kryptonite. Also included in the No Time to Die Super Bowl spot is a tease about the secret Léa Seydoux's Dr. Madeleine Swann has apparently been keeping from Bond — one that will "be the death of him."

No Time to Die opens in theaters on April 8 in the U.K. and April 10 in the U.S.

Marvel's Black Widow dropped a TV spot at the 2020 Super Bowl

Black Widow, the forthcoming superhero standalone from Marvel Studios that will mark the start of Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, had its 30 seconds in the spotlight at the 2020 Super Bowl. The House of Heroes, whose parent company Disney shelled out millions of dollars to buy air time during the event, dropped a TV spot for the Scarlett Johansson-starring film that features a reference to Black Widow's Avengers "family." 

In the spot, she mentions that the Earth's Mightiest Heroes weren't the first vigilantes she chose as her family: fellow Black Widows and Red Room trainees Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh) and Melina Vostokoff (Rachel Weisz), along with the Soviet counterpart to Captain America, Alexei Shostakov (David Harbour), were the first trio of people Natasha Romanoff bonded with on a deep level. 

Given that Black Widow takes place between 2016's Captain America: Civil War and 2018's Avengers: Infinity War — and is set to explain the reasoning behind Black Widow's ultimate sacrifice that came in 2019's Avengers: Endgame — it seems apparent that big decisions will be made throughout the film's narrative. The Super Bowl spot for the flick also includes dialogue from Natasha herself that suggests major revelations: "You don't know everything about me. The Avengers weren't my first family. At some point, we all have to choose — between what the world wants you to be, and who you are."

Fans can find out the truth behind those teases when Black Widow opens on May 1.

Marvel released the first footage for WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and Loki

Just as Marvel Studios is expanding its properties from the silver to the small screen, the company made certain to show off its upcoming television projects alongside its soon-to-debut Black Widow feature film during the 2020 Super Bowl. Toward the end of the event, Marvel released a 30-second TV spot highlighting three of its new television series, set to premiere on the Disney+ streaming platform between this year and early 2021: WandaVision (launching sometime in 2020), The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (late 2020), and Loki (early 2021).

Kudos are in order for the team that edited the Marvel/Disney+ series TV spot for the 2020 Super Bowl, as there's a lot shown off in a short amount of time. 

We see Anthony Mackie's Sam Wilson (a.k.a. Falcon) grabbing the Captain America shield from a slit in a tree and flinging it at another one, then watch as Sebastian Stan's Bucky Barnes (a.k.a. the Winter Soldier) points a gun at Daniel Brühl's Baron Helmut Zemo, the Sokovian terrorist and all-around baddie who facilitated the dissolution of the Avengers during 2016's Captain America: Civil War

Thereafter is a black-and-white glimpse of Vision (Paul Bettany) greeting Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen), who's out of her Scarlet Witch costume and dressed like a 1950s housewife. The footage cuts to tease various different looks for Wanda on WandaVision: with long, straight hair reminiscent of a 1970s style; done up in a cherry-red outfit; in clothes similar to the ones she wore in Avengers: Infinity War; with big, curly hair and a blue flannel shirt; and wearing a 1950s-style wedding dress while dancing with her android beau, Vision. She's then seen answering the phone — "Vision residence!" she says cheerfully — before what appears to be a present-day Wanda gets pulled to stand opposite an old-school Vision, suggesting that the series has some time-warping qualities to it. 

As for the Loki footage included in the Super Bowl 2020 spot, it's simple but effective: Tom Hiddleston's God of Mischief slyly states, "I'm gonna burn this place to the ground."

The 2020 Super Bowl TV spot for Fast and Furious 9

On Friday, January 31, two days before the 2020 Super Bowl, Universal Pictures released the first full-length trailer for the ninth Fast and Furious movie — officially titled F9. In a wise move, the film studio piggybacked off the hype of that footage drop and rolled out a bite-sized TV spot for the flick on Super Bowl Sunday. 

The clip features Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) noting that if he and his street-racing crew decide to go through with their plan — confronting (spoiler alert!) his younger brother, the deadly assassin Jakob (John Cena), and his partner in crime Cipher (Charlize Theron), a longtime enemy of Dom's team — that they could lose everything. But that's not the coolest part of the teaser — that accolade belongs to the moment in which Han Lue (Sung Kang), a former member of Dom's crew who was presumably killed in 2006's The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, is seen behind the wheel of a car. 

How exactly Han is alive and well enough to take part in the F9 action is a mystery for now — and will undoubtedly remain one until the film is released on May 22.

Top Gun: Maverick flew into the 2020 Super Bowl

Paramount Pictures has popped the top off plenty of footage from Top Gun: Maverick — the long-awaited sequel to the 1986 original that followed Tom Cruise's Pete "Maverick" Mitchell training at Top Gun, the Naval Fighter Weapons School — but still managed to stitch together another 30 seconds of high-flying content for a TV spot that aired during the 2020 Super Bowl. 

The clip plays up the heart-stopping mid-air stunts the pilots perform, then underlines the dramatic tension between Maverick and his trainee Lieutenant Bradley "Rooster" Bradshaw (Miles Teller) — the son of Maverick's Radar Intercept Officer Nick "Goose" Bradshaw (Anthony Edwards), who died 30 years prior during the events of the first Top Gun movie.

Also starring Jennifer Connelly, Chris Parnell, Jon Hamm, Ed Harris, Glen Powell, Manny Jacinto, and Val Kilmer (reprising his role as Admiral Tom "Iceman" Kazansky), Top Gun: Maverick will fly into theaters on June 26.

The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run rolled out a TV spot at the 2020 Super Bowl

Before all the Chiefs-versus-49ers madness and the halftime performances by Shakira and Jennifer Lopez (who surprisingly weren't paid for Super Bowl 2020), Paramount Pictures took a moment to take viewers at home below the surface of the sea to Bikini Bottom. The studio followed in expected fashion by releasing a half-minute clip of its upcoming film The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run, the first 3D-animated movie in the SpongeBob movie canon that follows the titular yellow sponge (voiced by Tom Kenny) as he and his best pal Patrick Star (Bill Fagerbakke) journey to the Lost City of Atlantic City to find SpongeBob's pet snail Gary, whom Poseidon has "snail-napped."

The Super Bowl spot for The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run pokes fun at the exorbitant amount of money that studios pay for ads during the big game, as it shows SpongeBob delivering a rapid-fire summary of what will happen in the film. (Paramount's got to get its money worth, right?) Plus, there are teases of Keanu Reeves' and Snoop Dogg's involvement in the new movie — two more reasons to head to theaters when The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run debuts on May 22.

Minions: The Rise of Gru aired a spot during Super Bowl Sunday

Another animated film that experienced some game-day glory was Universal Pictures' and Illumination's Minions: The Rise of Gru, a follow-up to the 2015 Minions film and a sequel-slash-spin-off of the 2013 film Despicable Me

Directed by franchise favorites Kyle Balda and Brad Ableson, Minions: The Rise of Gru centers around the impossibly cute, little yellow creatures as they first meet Felonious Gru (voiced by Steve Carell), the supervillain-turned-hero who employed the Minions when he originally sought to rule the world. As anticipated, the 2020 Super Bowl TV spot for Minions: The Rise of Gru gives fans a look at both the Minions and young Gru — and promises that the film will be filled with "action, bad guys, snacks, more bad guys, tighty-whities, explosions, jet bikes, nuns, nunchucks, Otto, Otto's braces, chest hair, yoga, pilots, a pet rock, Tupperware, and kung-fu." 

A full-length Minions: The Rise of Gru trailer will be released on Wednesday, February 5. The film is set to debut on July 3.