34 Super Bowl 50 Ads: Watch This Year’s Buzziest Commercials (Video)

From T-Mobile’s “Hotline Bling” parody featuring Drake to Ryan Reynolds distracting drivers in his Hyundai, see the best ads ahead of this year’s big game

Super Bowl Commercials

Audi compares its cars to space shuttles in its 60-second ad set to late rock legend David Bowie’s “Starman.”

Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen unite the country with Bud Light in a patriotic commercial for the beer brand.

Athletes breathe heavily and drink Michelob Ultra in the spot for the low-calorie, low-carb beer.

Mountain Dew’s Super Bowl ad features a puppymonkeybaby, which is exactly what it sounds like.

Willem Dafoe does his best Marilyn Monroe impression in Snickers’ latest installment in the “You’re Not You” ad campaign.

Automotive floor mat company WeatherTech boasts American manufacturing in its 30-second spot.

Apartments.com’s 60-second spot stars Jeff Goldblum, Lil Wayne and George Washington.

PayPal is kicking of a “New Money” ad campaign with a Super Bowl ad set to an instrumental version of Demi Lovato’s “Confident.”

Drake spoofs his viral “Hotline Bling” music video in T-Mobile’s 30-second spot.

Acura’s 30-second ad uses Van Halen’s “Runnin’ With the Devil” and red, white and blue lights to promote its new Acura NSX.

A herd of sheep sings Queen’s “Somebody to Love” in Honda’s woolly advertisement titled “A New Truck of Love,” which ends with the farmer’s trusty sheep dog joining in at the end.

Just one of many ads to employ a famous face, Hyundai’s commercial features a world where all men look like Ryan Reynolds. Sounds like heaven.

Kias are like colorful socks, or so says Christopher Walken in the automaker’s 60-second spot, as the actor takes over from the famous dancing hamsters.

Serena Williams, Abby Wambach, T-Pain, Randy Johnson, Tony Hawk and Harvey Keitel star in the Mini USA ad, which promises to “Defy Labels.”

Avocados From Mexico sends emoji, The Dress and Scott Baio to space in their surreal 60-second ad.

Helen Mirren says a bunch of terrible things about drunk drivers for Budweiser in one of the beer company’s commercials, calling them a “short-sighted, utterly useless, oxygen wasting, human form of pollution.”

“Silicon Valley’s” T.J. Miller shares some “unfiltered talk” with the Shock Top mascot in the brand’s first ever Super Bowl ad.

Doritos’ “Crash the Super Bowl” campaign will pick one homemade ad to air during Sunday’s game, with the winner getting $1 million and the chance to work with “Dawn of Justice” director Zack Snyder.

An adorable stampede of weiner dogs runs through a field in this year’s Heinz ad, which may win the prize for cutest commercial of 2016.

Skittles tapped Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler for its 30-second Super Bowl spot.

NBA player James Harden will star in Taco Bell’s ad promoting a secret new product.

Pokemon encourages viewers to “train on” in a new ad celebrating its 20th anniversary.

Finance and tax software company Intuit once again handed over its Super Bowl slot to a small business. This year, it was Death Wish Coffee.

“Quantum of Solace” director Marc Forster directed the 30-second ad for financial services company SoFi.

Alec Baldwin will star in Amazon’s first Super Bowl ad this year alongside former Miami Dolphin QB Dan Marino and Missy Elliot.

Ridley Scott, the director behind Apple’s iconic “1984” commercial returns to the Super Bowl to produce LG’s ad starring Liam Neeson.

James Lipton stars in a 60-second teaser for TurboTax’s upcoming Super Bowl commercial.

Comedy duo Keegan-Michael Kelly and Jordan Peele star in the spot for Squarespace this year. They will also provide live commentary during the game for the company.

The NFL will run a 60-second ad in which Super Bowl babies — children born in winning cities nine months after the Super Bowl — sing a comical cover of Seals “Kiss From a Rose.”

SunTrust Banks takes an optimistic approach in its 2016 ad.

Quicken Loans boasts that its new Rocket Mortgage app can save the economy in its 60-second spot.

The characters from “Kung Fu Panda 3” star in a cuddly 30-second spot for Wix this year.

Colgate’s “Save Water” ad encourages viewers to turn off the faucet while brushing their teeth.

Axe will air a 30-second version of its successful “Find Your Magic” ad during this year’s game.