The Super Bowl has come and gone, and it's a good thing that those 9 movie trailers that appeared during the big game broadcast were exciting. As the Seattle Seahawks trounced the Denver Broncos, for us at Movie Fanatic, it was those movie teasers that kept our interest on high alert.
From Muppets Most Wanted, that premiered during the pre-game, to the explosion that was that Dinobot arrival during that first Transformers: Age of Extinction spot... Hollywood rolled out their A-game during the big game.
Liam Neeson even had his latest Non-Stop trailer appear during the broadcast, and he may have another action hit on his hands. Heck, it worked for that first film that made him an action star when it had its trailer premiere during a Super Bowl.
Be sure to watch Taken online and you'll see what we mean!
Click through and check out all nine Super Bowl trailers and after you've seen them all... vote below for which one you think scored all seven points!
1. Transformers: Age of Extinction
Dinobots! Dinobots! Dinobots! That's all you need to say about this first trailer for Transformers: Age of Extinction.
2. Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Captain America proved he's back by making that announcement to the biggest TV audience of the year. The Captain America: The Winter Soldier trailer also featured the first look at the two title characters going at it!
3. The Amazing Spider-Man 2
The Amazing Spider-Man debuted their latest spot during the game. But, Sony also released this extended spot called "Enemies Unite."
4. Draft Day
Kevin Costner stars in Draft Day. The story of the NFL draft and one GM's Draft Day journey could not have picked a more perfect spot to debut.
Liam Neeson swung back into action with his latest trailer for Non-Stop. Neeson first became an action hero with Taken, which debuted its first trailer during that year's Super Bowl!
6. Need for Speed
With this trailer, Aaron Paul let the world know what he was up to after Breaking Bad closed shop. Need for Speed may feel like Fast and Furious, but it is something entirely different!
The Noah Super Bowl trailer showed that Russell Crowe can add biblical hero to his resume. The bible story gets the big screen treatment, courtesy of director Darren Arronofsky.
8. 3 Days to Kill
Kevin Costner makes his second Super Bowl appearance with the trailer for 3 Days to Kill. This time out, he's a retired CIA assassin, called back for "one last job."
Which Super Bowl trailer was best?