In Case you Missed It: Super Bowl Movie Trailers

Film companies used the Super Bowl timeslot to debut or showcase some of the biggest upcoming movie blockbusters of 2018.  Did you see them all?  If not, we've got you covered.  Below are the trailers shown during the 2018 Super Bowl.

Red Sparrow:
Jennifer Lawrence stars as a Russian spy who is given a mission to target a CIA agent.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom:
Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard are back in the next installment of the Jurassic Park franchise.

Solo: A Star Wars Story Teaser Trailer:
Arguably the highlight of the Super Bowl movie teases, Disney and LucasFilm dropped the Solo trailer amid rumors of a troubled production.

BONUS: Solo: A Star Wars Story Full Length Trailer (Released 2/5):
Disney and LucasFilm released the full-length teaser the day after the Super Bowl. It technically didn't air during the game, but it's just so cool we had to include it.

Mission Impossible: Fallout
Tom Cruise is back as Ethan Hunt. This time, the IMF crew are locked in a race against time after something goes wrong on a mission.

Skyscraper:
The Rock finds himself framed and on the run in a burning skyscraper. 

The Cloverfield Paradox:
Netflix surprised just about everyone by dropping 'The Cloverfield Paradox' on the streaming service immediately after the game. This installment takes the loosely-connected franchise to space.

Avengers: Infinity War:
The Avengers have to put their differences aside in order to stop Thanos. And Chris Pratt rocks a pretty cool mustache as the Guardians of the Galaxy join the fight. 

A Quiet Place:
Stay quiet. Your life may depend on it...

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