Super Bowl 50: Marvel Teams Up With Coke, Features Captain America: Civil War?

Super Bowl 50: Marvel Teams Up With Coke, Features Captain America: Civil War?
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The NFL ditched the Roman numerals used in the 49 editions of Super Bowl and replaced it with a “5” and a “0” plated in gold set behind the Vince Lombardi Trophy. This time, everything is designed as such because it marks the 50th edition of the league’s annual title.


There will be special live performances during half-time. British rock band Coldplay and female singer Beyonce will grace the show, as reported by Morning News USA earlier. More thrill and entertainment await spectators.

The League announce that The Star-Spangled Banner will be belted out by Lady Gaga before the NFL’s golden anniversary game kicks off, as reported by CBS Sports. And there will be more drama in the second quarter of the game for television viewers.

There is a special commercial designed for Super Bowl 50. Disney, Marvel and Coke will be teaming up for a 60-second ad to be aired during the second quarter. The ad won’t appear online prior to the game, according to Screen Crush.

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Wieden+Kennedy have conceived the commercial. The ad agency is best known for their Nike spots. But is this commercial a new trailer?

The Hulk features in the commercial to promote the Super Bowl. There might be some footage from old Marvel films, but the new spot isn’t a full trailer of the new Captain America.

But there will be a new Captain America: Civil War trailer during Super Bowl 50. It will be aired before the game. So be in front of the TV before the kickoff to catch the new Captain America trailer.

The Super Bowl 50 will be televised live on CBS, with Jim Nantz, Phil Simms and Tracy Wolfson commenting on the game. Also, ESPN Deportes will provide a Spanish-language telecast of the game.

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