Every Trailer That Debuted During The Super Bowl: Falcon And Winter Soldier, Old, F9, And More
Take a look at all the trailers that debuted during the NFL Championship game.
If you love new movie and TV show trailers, then you're probably a big fan of the Super Bowl, as every year, the Big Game hosts plenty of them during the commercial breaks. And this year was no exception. Even though many movies from 2020 were delayed until 2021, we still got plenty of surprises as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat the Kansas City Chiefs at Super Bowl LV.
And this doesn't just apply to trailers for recently announced movies, while F9: The Fast Saga has been delayed for a year, with some new footage. And because the past year didn't have a ton of big movie releases, we'll take what we can get.
Below, you'll find a wrap-up of all the movie and TV show trailers that played during the Super Bowl. We'll be updating it throughout the evening, so keep checking back for more.
Is it Fast & Furious 9, Fast 9, F9, Fnine? Honestly, it doesn't matter. The are often kind of ridiculous. We're just glad the movie is coming soon, after being delayed from May 2020 to May 2021--unless it gets delayed again, which could happen.
Raya and the Last Dragon
Following in the footsteps of Mulan, Raya and the Last Dragon will not be headed to theaters. Instead, it will arrive to Disney+'s Premier Access on March 5. It's about a young girl named Raya who teams up with a dragon to take on an ancient evil force.
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier
Do you like the MCU? Do you have Disney+? Well, you're probably pretty pumped for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. While a 30-second spot aired during the Super Bowl, for the upcoming March TV series.
A family just wanted to go on a nice vacation, but they ended up at a beach that's making them all age rapidly. M. Night Shyamalan directs the upcoming movie, which will be hitting theaters this summer.
Coming 2 America
Last week, the first trailer for Coming 2 America arrived. During the Super Bowl, we got another look at the upcoming Amazon Prime movie, which lands on the service on March 5.