Ravens fans are out celebrating in the streets of New Orleans and the confetti in the Super Dome is being swept up, but movie fans can still relive the best moments of the Super Bowl-- the trailers-- over and over again. All the night's biggest trailers are now available online, and with the ability to pause them and watch them forever
The scene of Iron Man rescuing stranded passenger from a downed government airplane was one of the first scenes from Iron Man 3 that got spoiled by set photos, so smartly, it's now become the focus of the movie's Super Bowl spot. Watch Iron Man arrive in the air and figure out how to rescue 13 passengers when he can only carry 4
Directed by Sam Raimi, the prequel to the Wizard of Oz centers on Oscar (James Franco), a magician and part-time con-man who finds himself on the run after swindling a town. Fleeing in a hot air balloon, he winds up getting stuck in a tornado and transported to the magic land of Oz.
The Fast and Furious franchise is all about unlikely friendships, and now it looks like we'll be getting a new one in Fast and Furious 6, with Dwayne Johnson's character reaching out to his former enemy, Vin Diesel's Dom Torretto. Naturally, a lot of car chases and mayhem ensues
Even though it's right there in the title, it might surprise you to learn that The Lone Ranger is not, in fact, entirely about Johnny Depp's character Tonto. Depp is a bigger star than the guy playing the actual Lone Ranger, Armie Hammer, so you can't really blame them for focusing more of the marketing on Tonto
Star Trek Into Darkness was going to be our most anticipated trailer of the entire Super Bowl, but now that it's gone online early, we might not even need to watch. Take a look below at the Big Game spot, which puts a lot of the focus on Benedict Cumberbatch's silver-voiced villain character
In addition to football playing football, the Super Bowl is also a major event for commercials and new movie trailers and TV spots. This year, that'll include World War Z, Marc Forster's feature adaptation of Max Brooks' popular novel. The thirty-second spot focuses on zombie mayhem for Brad Pitt's character Gerry Lane and his family.
Taylor Kitsch was the front and center star of last year's Super Bowl trailers, with spots for John Carter and Battleship, but this year seems to belong to Dwayne Johnson. During Sunday's game we'll see the first preview of the upcoming Fast Six, where the action star returns as DSS Federal Agent Luke Hobbs, as well as a new look at Snitch, the new thriller from director Ric Roman Waugh.