Star-Studded, Sheep Herding, Rockin’ Super Bowl 50 Ads

Don’t want to wait for the Big Game to see some of its commercials? Never fear, we have some of them lined up for you right here ahead of Super Bowl 50 on February 7th.

Van Halen will help introduce the new Acura NSX hybrid sportster. Acura’s Super Bowl spot is set to David Lee Roth singing Runnin’ with the Devil. You’ll want to turn up the volume for this one.

Honda is enlisting the help of a singing sheep herd to introduce its all-new 2017 Honda Ridgeline. Their tune of choice? Queen’s Somebody to Love.

At least one ad will combat drunk driving. Budweiser is using some of its time to do just that for the first time in over a decade. It’s enlisting the help of Helen Mirren in a 60-second Super Bowl 50 commercial. The Anheuser-Busch brand will also donate $1 million to safe-ride programs.

One of Hyundai’s ads is “The Chase”. It’s the one we mentioned last week that features bears. The spot is supposed to highlight the convenience of Hyundai’s voice-activated Blue Link Remote Start feature on the all-new Elantra.

Another Hyundai spot features Ryan Reynolds, and it’s about distracted driving. As in, Ryan Reynolds is definitely distracting to a large number of the population. “Ryanville” is one take on the fact that humans are prone to distractions. In this case, it’s two women who have to rely on some of the Elantra’s new safety features when they drive through the most distracting neighborhood ever.

Christopher Walken is putting his name behind the 2016 Kia Optima. This marks the seventh straight year the brand has bought Super Bowl ad time.

Finally, while these one has nothing to do with cars, it does involve man’s best friend, and you know we love animals around here. So last but not least we bring you the Wiener Stampede.

Photo Credit: Hyundai
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