Squarespace's "Real Talk With Key and Peele"The famous comedians join in on the fun with an advertisement featuring the two playing pals who have big aspirations to become the world's next most famous sportscasters.Fans of the former Comedy Central stars will be sure to enjoy the Super Bowl commercial.
Skittles' "Portrait"The candy giant unveiled their Super Bowl 50 commercial featuring Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler.
The frontman is the first celebrity to star in Skittles' long-standing "Taste the Rainbow" campaign.
Budweiser's "Simply Put"The ad features none other than Oscar-winning actress Helen Mirren advising consumers to avoid drinking and driving, but with a flair that only the British star could pull off.
As part of the company's #Give ADamn campaign, Mirren is shown telling the camera, "If you drive drunk, you—simply put— are a shortsighted, utterly useless, oxygen-wasting human form of pollution, a Darwin award-deserving selfish coward." Budweiser is donating $1 for every post for safe ride programs, up to $1 million total.
Hyundai's "Ryanville"While driving in their 2017 Hyundai Elantra, two women become distracted by the fact that every man they pass—from police officers to construction workers to a group playing football—is the always-handsome Ryan Reynolds.
Luckily, "the car that doesn't get distracted," warns them before they almost run into another version of Reynolds crossing the street with a slew of puppies.
The NFL's "Super Bowl Babies" featuring Seal In this silly commercial, Seal's "Kiss From a Rose" gets an update with different groups of "Super Bowl Babies," aka people who may have been conceived the night of the big game in years past.
An opening title card explains, "Data suggests nine months after a Super Bowl victory, winning cities see a rise in births.
Now that the 2016 Super Bowl has come to a close, here's your chance to relive or catch up on all of the highly-anticipated commercials released during the big game.
The commercials, of course, are always one of the biggest attractions of the day—some people only watch the game for that very reason!
In fact, they're so popular that the average cost of a 30-second slot soared to about million this year (up 11% from last year, according to Business Insider).