Right after the game ended, PIXAR snuck in this little teaser for Toy Story 4. I have to admit that I nearly changed the channel and missed it. I’m glad I didn’t!
Anyway, it looks like Buzz is still getting into trouble and Woody is still trying to hold it all together. To be honest, I thought Toy Story 3 ended the series on a perfect note so I’ll be curious to see what they do with Toy Story 4. But you know what? It’s PIXAR and it’s Toy Story so I have faith!
This film was produced and written by James Cameron and directed by Robert Rodriguez. According to this spot, if you don’t see this film in a theater, the world will end and it’ll be all your fault. So, I guess you better make the time.
Hannawas my favorite film of 2011 so I’m really hoping that the Amazon Prime adaptation does it justice. Here’s the Super Bowl spot which, if nothing else, is far more exciting than the game that is currently being played in Atlanta.
Hanna will be available to Amazon Prime subscribers, right after the game ends.
Our Planet is a new Netflix series where Sir David Attenbourgh explores never-before-seen habitats. I always get a little bit worried about nature documentaries because they always seem to lead up to a bunch of tigers eating a gazelle but, judging from this Super Bowl spot, it looks like the show features some really impressive footage.
Plus, I can’t resist anything that feature animals looking quizzically at a camera.
Did you know there’s a new Twilight Zone coming out?
There’s actually been quite a few Twilight Zone revivals but this latest one involves Jordan Peele, who is a certified superfan of the show. I mean, Get Out basically was a feature length Twilight Zone episode and Uswas apparently inspired by the show.
Plus, the new Twilight Zone is going to be online which, in theory, means a bit less censorship. That’s always a good thing.
Here’s the Super Bowl spot for Jordan Peele’s Twilight Zone!