Netflix's 2022 Super Bowl Spot - Featuring Teasers for Lots of Movies
"Tonight… is movie night!" Netflix has debuted their new 60-second Super Bowl TV spot from the Big Game today, featuring a melange of various films they're releasing through the year. It's a more condensed version of their recent 2022 Movie Preview they posted last week. And it also includes another 30-sec teaser for The Adam Project, which was also revealed with the first trailer last week, too. "After a quick huddle, we're calling an audible and wrapping up our supersized preview with an exclusive new look at our family-friendly, time-travel adventure, The Adam Project. Watch the spot! And after the big game, make tonight a movie night with Netflix." It also features footage from movies like Gray Man, Me Time, The School for Good & Evil, Day Shift, and others. Gotta say, I'm glad Netflix is actually putting a bit more oomph into their promotion recently. All of these look good! Keep an eye out for them and many more on Netflix soon.
Here's the full look at the 2022 Netflix Super Bowl Advertisment, direct from Netflix's YouTube:
So what's in store for 2022? Netflix's offerings: Get ready for pulse-pounding action with Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans in The Gray Man, or an epic sci-fi adventure with Halle Berry in The Mothership. Mystery and sleuthing abound with Daniel Craig back in the follow-up to Rian Johnson's Knives Out, and Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill return as sibling detectives in Enola Holmes 2. Take in a double feature with Adam Sandler (Hustle and Spaceman), and Jamie Foxx (Day Shift and They Cloned Tyrone), or crack up with comedic duos Jonah Hill and Eddie Murphy (You People), Kevin Hart and Mark Wahlberg (Me Time), and a stop-motion reunion with Jordan Peele & Keegan-Michael Key & Henry Selick (Wendell & Wild). Films the whole family can enjoy: feel like a kid again with Ryan Reynolds, Jennifer Garner, Mark Ruffalo and Zoe Saldaña in The Adam Project. Take a fantastical journey with the animated film The Sea Beast, Slumberland starring Jason Momoa, and The School for Good and Evil with Charlize Theron and Kerry Washington. Sing along with Lashana Lynch & Emma Thompson in Roald Dahl's Matilda. Keep an eye on the 2022 Release Schedule for updates on these films and others. What are you excited about?