The Best Trailers and Commercials from Super Bowl LVII

The Best Trailers and Commercials from Super Bowl LVII

Super Bowl LVII is over, but the commercials still live on.

If you’d like to look back on all the commercials from last year’s Super Bowl, head over to that link, or if going behind the scenes to learn about the tech supporting this year’s game is more your thing, we’ve got you covered.

With that out of the way, let’s dive right in.

Best commercials and trailers from Super Bowl LVII


It was tempting to start with mayonnaise, but let’s kick it off with entertainment.

Over the weekend, we got a trailer for the much anticipated Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves. It’s out on March 30 in Australia. It was the first of many movie trailers to ride alongside the commercial hype of Super Bowl LVII.

Next up is AIR. While not usually a movie we’d cover at Gizmodo Australia, it fits the brief and has Super Bowl written all over it. To the uninitiated, AIR follows the history of shoe salesman Sonny Vaccaro, and how he led Nike in its pursuit of Michael Jordan. Ben Affleck directs it and he stars alongside Matt Damon and Jason Bateman.

Super Mario Bros was the next Super Bowl LVII commercial, well, trailer, thing, what….

DC’s long-awaited solo film for The Flash is finally here — giving audiences their first look at the speedy superhero’s return. Read more about The Flash trailer over here.

The new Super Bowl teaser for Transformers: Rise of the Beasts — which is also a not particularly stealthy Porche commercial — doesn’t reveal much in the way of a larger plot, but it does provide what the films have become known for: car chases, human characters looking in awe and screaming, and giant robots punching each other while shifting their bodies mid-battle.

Fast Xthe tenth film in the Fast and Furious franchise, got its first, very long, Super Bowl trailer which gave us a look at what we can expect from Dominic Toretto.

Disney’s been trying to get one final Indiana Jones movie out of Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg for years, and come June 29, it’ll finally be out for the world to see. Take a look at Indiana Jones & the Dial of Destiny below.

The first trailer for the new Adam Driver movie 65 revealed exactly what the title meant, in an amazing way. We reckon it looks like the best Jurassic Park movie yet.

Marvel also gave us a look at Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 this morning as a little Super Bowl LVII commercial treat.

MGM gave us a proper look at its upcoming Creed III movie.

It came in a few days ago, but Scream V got a Super Bowl teaser.

This probably should go under our beer Super Bowl commercials section, but Heineken has made us care more about its entertainment connection.

Over in TV show land and Poker Face made its Super Bowl commercial debut this year to help U.S. service Peacock get some air time.

Although an ad for Squarespace, Adam Driver gets his second appearance in a behind-the-scenes spot with Adam Driver discussing working with Adam Driver.

We also got this gem from streaming giant Paramount+ ahead of the big game.

Ben Still gave us the return of Blue Steel in this Pepsi Super Bowl LVII commercial.

Steve Martin also gives it a go.

Tech companies

First up in tech commercials, UberEats gave us its best for Super Bowl.

DoorDash delivers groceries.

Google called in Doja Cat, Giannis Antetokounmpo and Amy Schumer for its Pixel ad.

Amazon is no stranger to a Super Bowl commercial, here’s what they gave us this year. brings in Melissa McCarthy.

Workday makes software, and meetings a lot less boring.

GM and Netflix promoting EVs for the auto space, ft Bridgerton and Stranger Things.

Jeep does the ‘electric boogie’.

Kia dropped this commercial ahead of Super Bowl LVII.

Telco Xfinity shoots for space.

T-Mobile brought in the big guns to promote its home internet.

Fintech company Ratuken sends us to Clueless nostalgia areas.

Another not-so-Aussie-relevant company, TurboTax, also gave it a go.

As did gambling site FanDuel.

Cute but a little awkward, E*Trade gave babies a little Super Bowl time.

Hyper-American Super Bowl LVII commercials

A lot of these products/services aren’t available in Australia, or they’re just not as popular here. They’re still worth a watch, however.

We think Downy Unstopables is a laundry product.

A beer that is exceptionally not good, Bud Light.

More American beer, thanks to Michelob ULTRA.

Never heard of Samuel Adams, but it gave us the next beer commercial we came across during Super Bowl LVII.

There seems to be big money in American beer. Miller Lite, Coors Light and Blue Moon features below.

Who doesn’t love Dave Grohl? (This is an ad for Crown Royal Canadian whisky)


Ben Affleck makes his second appearance on this list thanks to Dunkin’ (Donuts).

There are just too many fast food places in the U.S. to keep on top of, but this is Popeyes.

Hellmann’s makes mayo, there must be big money in mayonnaise.

M&Ms knows how to create a hype-train. Is everything just a marketing stunt to these guys? Here’s the latest.

Another snack and Doritos is now a Super Bowl commercial spot staple.

Never heard of PopCorners but they take us back to Breaking Bad for this Super Bowl commercial, so they get a run.

And this from Mr. Peanut is just cute and quite well done.

Staying on snacks, here’s Pringles.

And Bush’s Beans (???)

We get the idea that Oikos makes yogurt.

This article has been updated since it was first published.