Mercedes is pulling out all the stops in their 2013 Super Bowl commercial. Not only does the spot feature celebrities like Willem Dafoe, Usher and Kate Upton, it also features the classic Rolling Stones song 'Sympathy for the Devil.'
If your excitement for Super Bowl XLVII this Sunday stems more from a love of chili than a love of football (which is tooootally fine, by the way), here are some facts for you (in handy infographic form!) about the big game and the Super Sunday game to end all games in general. Learn them and you mi…
The Allstate insurance company's Super Bowl offering for 2013 is yet another example of their philosophy of terrifying customers into buying insurance. Dean Winters returns as the embodiment of "Mayhem," which, we are told, is everywhere.
Taco Bell was forced to retract its anti-vegetable commercial for promoting its 12-pack of tacos. The ad opens with the narrator deriding vegetables, saying "Veggies on game day is like punting on fourth and one — it's a cop out."
The Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers will meet in Super Bowl XLVII at the Superdome in New Orleans on Sunday to decide which team gets to hoist the Lombardi Trophy as the champions of the National Football League.
The 2013 Super Bowl will feature many commercials. You can even check here for what movie trailers will be running during the 2013 Super Bowl. But what you won't see is a :20 ad for web site PornHub, which was summarily rejected by CBS. The good news? You can watch it now.
New to the Super Bowl commercial game for 2013 is Gildan. You know, the company that makes t-shirts that other people print stuff on. Apparently our estimation of them is a little low, because this guy is willing to do a lot for his favorite shirt, which is obviously a Gildan.
This Toyota commercial has got all the necessary ingredients for a big hit at the Super Bowl. There's Kaley Cuoco from 'The Big Bang Theory,' music by Skee-Lo and a guy in a rabbit suit. We're betting there's no shortage of men who don't mind imagining Cuoco as a wish-granting genie. You know, becau…
With a championship at stake, every play called in a Super Bowl is magnified. Regardless of the risks, some coaches have gambled by calling unconventional plays in the season's biggest game. Here are the 5 Gutsiest Calls in Super Bowl History: