Gearing up for Sunday? Want to know what studios will spend a QUADRILLION dollars to put their films in front of the largest American TV audience of the year? Look no further!
These movies will likely get SUPER DUPER PRIME TIME exposure Sunday (either during the pre-game or the big event itself).
Worth the $$$?: Absolutely. This movie needs to open big. Not just to continue Chris Pratt’s rise. Not just to relaunch the franchise. More so to destroy Ryan’s prediction that Jurrasic Park isn’t a top 10 grossing film in 2015.
Worth the $$$?: Probably not. This movie is gonna do ok, but I don’t think it will capture the audience of the first one. A seven figure ad spot is a huge hit to the marketing budget.
Worth the $$$?: Yes! This is a franchise in its SEVENTH installment and it is as relevant as ever. Between the success of the sixth (critically and commercially) and the death of Paul Walker, Part 7 could be the furiousest ever!
Worth the $$$?: Better believe it is. Ryan predicted this movie to gross $400M. While he is clearly a LITTLE high, this could be a smash hit. The Superbowl attracts the full spectrum of audiences. All of them like bananas!
Worth the $$$?: It’s a hail mary. This movie is gonna put a death nail in Arnold’s career or be a nice hit. Million dollar gamble time!
Worth the $$$?: The world needs to see this trailer. It looks so amazing. So glad to see Disney pony up the dough.
Worth the $$$?: Even taking a cheaper spot in the pregame, I think this is money poorly spent. I would think this film’s target audience and the target audience of football (especially a PRE-game show) doesn’t overlap.
Worth the $$$?: Eh….if you’re gonna have a terrible trailer, might as well let everyone in America know you made a terrible trailer.