“Avengers”, “Mission: Impossible” & “Jurassic World” get previews during Super Bowl

Marvel Studios(MINNESOTA) — The new Star Wars prequel Han Solo movie wasn’t the only big budget film to get a special preview during the Super Bowl.

Marvel Studio’s shared a 30-second spot for Avengers: Infinity War, the climactic film in the current phase of Marvel superhero movies. We get to see all the Avengers, plus the Guardians of the Galaxy, plus Doctor Strange, plus Black Panther, and Spider-Man as well as cosmic baddie Thanos a series of quick cuts. The movie premieres May 4. Marvel and ABC News are both owned by Disney.

During the game, Paramount unveiled the first trailer for Mission: Impossible – Fallout, the sixth film in the Tom Cruise-led franchise.  The clip feature plenty of Tom Cruise stunt action — Cruise speeding through Paris on a motorcycle, scaling — and falling from — a sheer cliff, jumping between buildings and dangling from a helicopter.   The movie arrives July 27.

The latest Jurassic Park movie, Fallen Kingdom,  got both a trailer and a crossover ad.  The trailer for the film, which finds stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard trying to save the dinosaurs from a collapsing world, delivers plenty of dino action.  The ad — for Jeep — features Jeff Goldblum recreating the scene from the original movie in which a Jeep is chased by a T. Rex.  In the spot, Goldblum turn the chase around, driving after the T. Rex, until it’s revealed that he’s sitting in a Jeep at a car dealership, imagining of a Jurassic test drive. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom arrives June 22.

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