It's Super Bowl Sunday! You know what that means? New commercials. Also football, sure, but for many of us, traditionally, it's a day when some of the most memorable commercials of the year will make their debut. The new ads should be making their way online this afternoon/evening, and we'll be updating this article as they become available.

In the meantime, we'll kick this off with a few ads that arrived early. See what Seth Rogen, Paul Rudd, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Kaley Cuoco and William Shatner contributed to this year's collection of Super Bowl ads in the videos below, and be sure to keep checking in as we'll be adding new videos as they're posted.

Samsung came up with a great way to use Seth Rogen and Paul Rudd: Put them in a room and get them to come up with commercial ideas! It kind of works. Their ideas… not so much.



Speaking of celebrities, when you have the Rock on hand, it's always good to throw a few obstacles in his path, even if he's only going out for milk…



This one makes up for with humor what it lacks in celebrities. A group of senior citizens top off a wild night away from the retirement home with a bit of Taco Bell…



Back to celebrities, The Big Bang Theory's Kaley Cuoco teams up with William Shatner for the new Priceline ad…

Pizza Hut thanks quarterbacks everywhere for all the shout-outs.



Another Taco Bell ad loves it when you call him Grande Papi...



This one's pretty great. Audi commercial shows a kid who decides to make the most of his prom night, even though he's going stag...



Go Daddy gets up close and personal... and seriously up close, when they combine sexy and smart...



Amy Poehler has a lot of questions at Best Buy...

Hey, it's Kaley Cuoco again! This time, she's delivering wishes (and witches) in the Toyota Rav4...



These guys are willing to get dressed up for some Doritos...



Bud Light says it's only weird if it doesn't work...



Volkswagen wants you to come on, get happy!



Twitter's already reacting to that one, with a number of people calling it racist. Do you agree?
Jeep goes with an emotional ad, which features a voice-over by Oprah and focuses on the soldiers serving overseas and the families waiting and praying for their safe return home.



Bud Light continues with its superstition theme with "Lucky Chair"...



Axe says nothing beats an astronaut.



Tracy Morgon promotes change... and MIO Fit:



Beck takes it back to the 90s with a Blackstreet serenade.

PSY's crackin' Gangnam Style:



RAM Trucks uses Paul Harvey's speech from the 1978 National Future Farmers of America as a voice-over for their truck ad.



SodaStream sets the bubbles free:



Kia explains where babies come from...



Leon Sandcastle is the NFL rookie everyone's talking about...



Pepsi Next's party gets out of control.



There was a unicorn at that party.

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