The Super Bowl movie trailers have started. The opening whistle hasn't been blown yet, and we already have our first teaser. Muppets Most Wanted sponsored part of the pre-game show on Fox and during the presentation, this nice little teaser debuted.
Look for Muppets Most Wanted in theaters March 21 in an adventure that finds our favorite felt characters on a European tour. Kermit is enjoying a career resurgence with his fellow Muppets, when a Kermit doppelganger starts to rob the continent of some of its most prized possessions.
Now that you have football on the brain, click through our slideshow of 7 football movies that score a touchdown and after the Broncos and Seahawks battle, you might be ready to keep the football party going via these classic football flicks.
Rudy is as inspirational as any movie can get, much less a football movie. The true story of Rudy, who dreamed of Notre Dame glory, is impeccably captured by star Sean Astin.
2. Remember The Titans
Remember the Titans is another true story as there must be something about the game of football that brings out the best in us! Denzel Washington stars in a movie that has power in droves.
3. The Blind Side
This is the unlikely true tale of how a suburban family adopts a homeless teen and he goes on to become a football titan. Sandra Bullock won an Oscar for her portrayal of Leigh Anne Toughy, the mother who is tough as nails, with a heart of gold.
4. Jerry Maguire
Cameron Crowe wrote and directed this film about a sports agent who loses everything, except one football player who believes in him. Tom Cruise stars, and Cuba Gooding Jr. co-stars... and won an Oscar!
5. Friday Night Lights
Friday Night Lights is one amazing football film. Long before it became a hit TV show, Billy Bob Thornton played the small town Texas football coach with dreams of glory for his team.
6. Any Given Sunday
Oliver Stone crafts an entertaining and realistic portrayal of professional football in the modern era. Jamie Foxx broke out as a movie star as the flashy quarterback who learns to win through his older and wise coach (Al Pacino).