Tonight made for one helluva game.
Although it's safe to say the Seattle Seahawks blew out the Denver Broncos, I have to say there was a lot of action whether it were turnovers, interceptions and some great hits.
But, as you'd expect, the Agents were following the automakers and their "Big Game" advertisements.
According to what I heard, 30 seconds of airtime during tonight's game went for $4 million dollars. Not a small amount of coin. Then you ad in the production costs and other fees associated with acquiring on-air talent and you're soon looking at something likely costing in the double digits. Instead of talking dollars and cents though, we want to focus our attention to the NEW spots that aired tonight that made you feel something.
From Bob Dylan to James Franco to the Jeep Cherokee to hugs thanks to Bruce Willis there were some interesting concepts. Most of them were lukewarm or outright lame but we selected the new ads that aired tonight that caught our attention. You can find the early release spots here.
So, in YOUR opinion: WHO won the WAR of Super Bowl car ads?
Comedian Rob Riggle demonstrates what #NearlyDouble actually means in the Big Game commercial from Ford. But why does Rob look so much like... James Franco?
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