|How 'Star Wars' Turned The Super Bowl Into Movie Trailer Rerun Season
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 Woman, Kong: 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 2, Pirates 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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