Disney Spend $15.6 Million Dollars on Super Bowl Ads

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The super bowl is one of the biggest TV events of the year in the United States. Many look forward to it, but the many ads are always a highlight.  Super bowl ads are known for their creativity and humor. With only 30 seconds to show off they must be memorable. At $5.2 million each, Disney spent an average of $15.6 million on Super Bowl ads this year. Three trailers for three different highly anticipated Disney movies; Avengers: End Game, Captain Marvel, and Toy Story 4. 

Avengers: End Game was the most anticipated trailer of the Super Bowl. The trailer starts with black and white shots of previous MCU films and the famous Marvel logo. Then flashes of a post “snap” New York City come quickly to the screen with a voice saying, “Some people move on, but not us.” Then clips of the MCU heroes who survived the famous “snap” appear, quickly. Finally ending the trailer with another, “not us” and the purple “April” shown in previous advertising for the film. Fans are more excited than ever to see this upcoming, sure to be, box office hit. 

Captain Marvel was the next Disney trailer to appear. Mostly showing clips seen in past trailers for the movie but with a soundtrack that was different and riveting. Brie Larson’s, Captain Marvel, says, “higher, further, faster.” This is the main focus in the trailer and brought much anticipation for the movie to be released March 8th. 

Toy Story 4 will be the fourth and final instalment in the Toy Story franchise. The TV spot that appeared after the Super Bowl really did a great job with its 30 seconds of screen time. The trailer shows Classic characters Buzz and Woody, new characters Ducky and Bunny, and returning character Bow Peep. This movie is sure to be amazing and another great movie on the Disney Pixar roster. 

These movies are all sure to be incredible Disney works of art.

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