The 50th Super Bowl kicks off this weekend, and along with determining the champion of the 2015 NFL season, the game also provides one of the biggest forums for companies to advertise their products.
In addition to all of the commercials for beer, cars, and various other consumer goods, the Super Bowl also serves as the annual debut of new trailers and footage from some of the hottest upcoming movies. And this year’s game is shaping up to be no exception, with trailers already lined up for some of the most-anticipated films arriving in theaters this year and beyond.
In the interest of getting the word out early, some studios have already released their full Super Bowl trailers or brief teasers for their trailers online, while more are likely to be released in the hours leading up to the big game. We’ve collected those trailers (and trailer teasers) here, and will continue to keep this article updated with more trailers as they’re released before, during, and immediately following the Super Bowl.
Here are all the Super Bowl movie previews released so far:
Ryan Reynolds portrays Marvel Comics’ wildly popular, mouthy mercenary in this “R”-rated adventure that’s shaping up to be nothing like any comic book movie we’ve seen so far. The film follows former special forces operative Wade Wilson, who gains superhuman abilities after being subjected to a secret government experiment that nearly kills him.
Kingsman: The Secret Service star Taron Egerton portrays Eddie “The Eagle” Edwards, Great Britain’s very first Olympic ski jumper, in a film about Edwards’ unlikely journey to the Winter Olympics. Hugh Jackman plays Eddie’s mentor, who helped him soar when everyone else expected him to fall.
The Crow and Dark City filmmaker Alex Proyas directs this FX-fueled adventure inspired by Egyptian mythology. A brave human and an injured god (played by Game of Thrones actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) attempt to dethrone the evil lord of darkness, Set (Gerard Butler), and free Egypt from otherworldly oppression.
A pseudo-sequel to 2008’s found-footage giant-monster movie Cloverfield, the film casts Mary Elizabeth Winstead, John Goodman, and John Gallagher, Jr. as a trio of people living in an underground bunker in order to survive some sort of apocalyptic event that may or may not involve aliens, monsters, nuclear war, or nothing at all. Much like with Cloverfield in the run-up to that film’s release, 10 Cloverfield Lane‘s plot is surrounded by secrecy and rumors at this point.
Jon Favreau (Iron Man) directs Walt Disney Pictures’ live-action adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s book of the same name, about an orphaned boy who’s raised by jungle creatures and must learn what it means to be — and become — a man amid the danger lurking all around him. The all-star voice cast includes Scarlett Johansson, Bill Murray, Idris Elba, Lupita Nyong’o, Christopher Walken, Giancarlo Esposito, and Ben Kingsley, among other familiar names (and voices).
The third phase of Marvel Studios’ cinematic universe kicks off with a film that is anything but a solo feature for Chris Evans’ star-spangled superhero. Inspired by the Marvel Comics storyline of the same name, Civil War has Marvel’s heroes taking sides against each other, with Captain America and Iron Man leading the opposing factions of The Avengers. The film will also feature the debuts of Chadwick Boseman as Black Panther and Tom Holland as the new Spider-Man.
Bryan Singer caps off the trilogy that began with 2011’s X-Men: First Class with an explosive adventure that pits the mutant heroes and villains against one of their greatest adversaries: the ancient mutant known as Apocalypse. Along with featuring franchise regulars James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, and Jennifer Lawrence, the film is expected to introduce a whole new generation of X-Men to the world, with Star Wars: The Force Awakens actor Oscar Isaac in the role of Apocalypse.
The sequel to 2014’s live-action reboot of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles brings the heroes in half-shells back for another battle and introduces some new enemies and allies that fans of the will be familiar to fans of the franchise. Along with Megan Fox and Will Arnett reprising their roles, the film also introduces Arrow star Stephen Amell as Casey Jones, as well as Tyler Perry as Baxter Stockman, WWE Star Sheamus as Rocksteady, Gary Anthony Williams as Bebop, Brittany Ishibashi as Karai, and Brian Tee as Shredder.
Set 20 years after the events of the original Independence Day, this sequel directed by Roland Emmerich brings the aliens back to Earth for another full-scale invasion — but this time around, humanity has two decades of preparation and piles of leftover alien technology at their disposal. Will Smith isn’t returning, but Jeff Goldblum, Bill Pullman, Judd Hirsch, Vivica A. Fox, and Brent Spiner are all back for another round.
The fifth installment of the Jason Bourne franchise brings Matt Damon back as the titular special forces agent with a mysterious past for an adventure set 12 years after his last appearance in 2007’s The Bourne Ultimatum. Little is known about the plot of the film and what brings Jason Bourne back into action, but the project now has a title, so that’s something.
Check back for more Super Bowl movie trailers and previews as they’re released, as we’ll be updating this article with new videos throughout the weekend.
The 50th Super Bowl kicks off at 6:30pm ET on Sunday, February 7, on CBS.