Super Bowl commercials: The best adverts so far as Timothee Chalamet announces Edgar Scissorhands role

Super Bowl commercials: The best adverts so far as Timothee Chalamet announces Edgar Scissorhands role

Super Bowl commercials: The best adverts so far as Timothee Chalamet announces Edgar Scissorhands role

Super Bowl commercials: The best adverts so far as Timothee Chalamet announces Edgar Scissorhands role

The Super Bowl takes place tonight (Sunday 7 January), and it’s likely that as many TV, film and music fans will tune in as those watching for the game itself.

Music fans will be entertained during the halftime show by Canadian pop star The Weeknd, while a series of advertising spots will star a number of familiar faces from the entertainment world.

Fans of actor Timothee Chalamet will be delighted to see his forthcoming appearance as “Edgar Scissorhands” for a Cadillac advert.

The Call Me By Your Name star announced the news with an image of himself in character, inspired by the original Tim Burton film Edward Scissorhands.

Here are some of the celebrity-starring adverts to be released in the run-up to the main event.

Dolly Parton re-works “9-5”

One of the most talked-about adverts so far has been country star Dolly Parton’s reworking of her hit song “9-5”. In this ad spot by Oscar-winning director Damien Chazelle, Parton promotes Squarespace by urging viewers to follow their passions “5-9”.

Michael B Jordan is Alexa

The American actor got hearts racing with this hilarious advert for Amazon, playing up to his status as one of the most attractive men in Hollywood.

Matthew McConaughey goes 2D

The How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days star looks a bit flat in an advert for Doritos, also starring Mindy Kaling and Jimmy Kimmel.

Wayne’s World Reunites for “The Big Bowl”

Mike Myers and Dana Carvey teamed up for an advert from Uber Eats, featuring many of the duo’s classic catchphrases.

The Golden Globe-nominated Schitt’s Creek star doesn’t appear too guilty about eating M&Ms in this funny clip about people using the chocolate treat to say sorry, especially given he’s holding one hostage in his car.

The Hollywood couple appeared in a spot for Cheetos, in which Kutcher accuses his wife, Kunis, of stealing the Cheetos Crunch Pop Mix. Shaggy defends her with a rendition of his 2000 hit “It Wasn’t Me”.

Find out how you can tune into tonight’s Super Bowl halftime show here.


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