Most Talked About Super Bowl Ads of 2016
With Super Bowl 50 comes with what some would argue are more important than the actually game – the ads. With a 30 second ad spot going for up to $5 million, it’s go big or go home. Here are the most talked ads from Super Bowl 50:
Budweiser | #GiveADamn
Helen Mirren slams drunk drivers in this PSA. “If your brain was donated to science, science would return it” aka everyone’s new favorite insult.
T-Mobile | Restricted Bling
Using one of the most talked about music videos of 2015, T-Mobile did a little parody using Drake and people thought it was hilarious.
Heinz | Wiener Stampede
Dachshunds dressed as hot dogs is all you need to know.
Shock Top | Unfiltered Talk
Silicon Valley’s, T.J. Miller and Shock Top’s Wedgehead exchange some funny words with one another.
Mountain Dew | Puppymonkeybaby
It’s a puppy? It’s a money? It’s a baby? All in one? Mountain Dew created a lot of talk with their Puppymonkeybaby hybrid. Debating whether it’s terrifying or funny, this ad was trending on Twitter most of the night.
Doritos | Doritos Dogs
Dogs dressing up as humans to buy Doritos = love it.
Bud Light | The Bud Light Party
Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen channel their inner politicians to share “The Bud Light Party” with America. Surprise appearances by Paul Rudd and Michael Peña also made this one a hit.
Quicken Loans | What Were We Thinking
Making a powerful point, Quicken Loans shows ways to get a home mortgage less intimidating.