In one corner, we have Karmin, the musical duo that performed 'Brokenhearted' for the 'Saturday Night Live' crowd this weekend. Amy Heidemann and Nick Noonan got their start by becoming YouTube sensations, much like Lana Del Rey. Speaking of...
In one corner, we have Blackie, the Doberman star of 'Hugo,' who, along with his partner in crime Sacha Baron Cohen, hates losing to the bad guy. Asa Butterfield's character literally gave the canine a run for his money.
In the other, we have Uggie, the Jack Russell terrier famous for the adorable tricks he performed in 'The Artist' with Jean Dujardin and 'Water for Elephants' with Robert Pattinson.
Budweiser's parent company Anheuser-Busch bought up a ton of ad space during the Super Bowl 2012 commercial slots. That means with all the Bud ads filling up that TV time, we'll finally know what new beers we need to be drinking in the new year. What's the first one? Bud Light Platinum!
Even though we might get criticized for walking and texting, for playing Words with Friends on airplanes, and uploading videos of ourselves confusing Siri with funny accents, everybody owes some gratitude to the people who made these technologies a reality.
Christina Aguilera, Blake Sheldon, Adam Levine and Cee Lo Green prove in the 2012 Super Bowl commercial for 'The Voice' that they are willing to do whatever it takes to find the next big star. That most certainly includes fighting each other 'Kill Bill' style to be named the coach of said star. And who might you ask has the voice they're all kung-fu fighting over?
You're probably used to seeing Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the rest of the Peanuts gang in MetLife commercials. But how about He-Man, Voltron, and a slew of Hanna Barbera and Looney Tunes characters? Looks like Snoopy has company.
The latest teaser for next summer's 'GI Joe: Retaliation,' which debuted as a 30-second commercial during Super Bowl 2012, suggests that the filmmakers want to erase all memory of the lackluster 2009 original. Check out the action-packed trailer -- featuring explosions, ninjas and The Rock reciting Jay-Z lyrics-- below.
Toyota Camry reminds us of the life experiences we all share in cars in their touching 2012 Super Bowl commercial. Whether it's going to college, losing a tooth or accidentally dropping our cell phone behind the seat, we all have major life experiences behind the wheel. Maybe, maybe the whole dropping the phone thing isn't so monumental.
Pepsi Max pulls the old "Coke delivery man actually has a taste for Pepsi" trick in this cute 2012 Super Bowl commercial featuring comedian Beth Littleford as a nosy checkout clerk. And, of course, the most obvious country song choice of all time. Can you guess what song? Hint: it rhymes with "Your Cheatin' Heart." Watch below.
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