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How 'Star Wars' Turned The Super Bowl Into Movie Trailer Rerun Season
By: Forbes
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We're slowly getting word about which studios will debut commercials for which upcoming movies on Sunday night's Super Bowl telecast. Paramount/Viacom Inc. just dropped a Ghost in the Shell TV spot this morning and we can confirm that Sony will be plugging their upcoming Ryan Reynolds/Rebecca Ferguson/Jake Gyllenhaal sci-fi thriller Life as well. We can hazard a guess as to the others, especially since Warner Bros./Time Warner Inc. is (per usual) sitting out the game. So no Wonder WomanKong: Skull Island, or Justice League spots, although Gal Gadot and Jason Statham are appearing together in action-packed spots for Wix.com.

Universal/Comcast Corp. will have a spot for The Fate of the Furious while 20th Century Fox will allegedly plug A Cure For Wellness and Logan or Alien: Covenant. Walt Disney will allegedly have two spots, which clearly means they are buying two $5 million-a-pop commercials for Disneynature's Born in China.

Or, perhaps I am mistaken and they are plugging some combination of Guardians of the Galaxy volume 2Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales and/or Cars 3. Oh, and don't expect a spot for Star Wars: The Last Jedi.


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