Brie Larson, Ben Affleck & more lead the A-listers in this year’s Super Bowl ads

Last night was the Super Bowl, and while many of us may not have watched the game, we all know that this event means that companies are willing to pay large amounts of money to get A-list stars to promote their products. This year was no exception.

Adam Driver starred in a commercial for Squarespace, and Pepsi had Ben Stiller and Steve Martin trying to convince viewers that their special Pepsi was delicious. Ben Affleck gave real people Dunkin Donuts, and Alicia Silverstone reprised her role as Cher from Clueless to help promote online shopping. John Travolta, Zach Braff, Donald Faison, and Bradley Cooper all made appearances in T-Mobile commercials, and Hellman’s enlisted the help of Jon Hamm and Brie Larson to promote mayonnaise alongside Pete Davidson.

If you want to watch all of these ads for yourself, you can find them on YouTube.

The Super Bowl is always a great opportunity for companies to get some of the biggest stars in the world to promote their products. Last night was no exception, with celebrities such as Adam Driver, Ben Stiller, Steve Martin, Ben Affleck, Alicia Silverstone, John Travolta, Zach Braff, Donald Faison, Bradley Cooper, Jon Hamm, Brie Larson, and Pete Davidson all appearing in various commercials. If you want to watch these ads for yourself, you can find them all on YouTube.

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