8 Summer Blockbusters That Really Need Spectacular Super Bowl Ads
HerculesRight now, when a casual movie fan hears "Hercules," they think of this. Thatís a problem. Kellan Lutzís Hercules bombed, and now director Brett Ratner has to clean up the pieces before his own movie drops. Thankfully, for him and for us, he has Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson in his corner. Olí Franchise Viagra. Hercules tells a familiar tale, but is going to take the supernatural elements out of the narrative. That leaves room for a lot of ass kicking on The Rockís part. We havenít seen a single, official image from this July 25 release... only a few Twitter nuggets from johnson. Super Bowl Sunday would be a great time to let audiences know what the Rock is cooking.
X-Men: Days of Future PastI guarantee the people picking through Buffalo wings and Tostito chips at your Super Bowl party have no idea about Days of Future Past, and the elaborate plan Bryan Singer has hatched to combine his original X-Men universe with that of the First Class kids. Yes, I know, you are up to speed on all of this, but you read CinemaBlend! We have kept you informed. Audiences need a brief refresher course on the next stage of mutant mayhem, and it needs to be more than just the roll call that served as the first trailer. Put Wolverine front and center. Put Jennifer Lawrence front and center. And pray that audiences forgot The Last Stand by now.
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