Can we get Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen in the White House?
The pair looked ready to run for office in a teaser for their upcoming Bud Light Super Bowl commercial.
The video shows the 34-year-old comedian and the 33-year-old actor gearing up for a political rally in hopes of uniting our politically divided country under one banner: the Bud Light Party. The pair prepared themselves for the big event by dressing in professional attire, including slipping on pantyhose -- yes, even Rogan! -- and, of course, attaching political buttons to their shirts.
"This is more than just a Super Bowl ad," Bud Light VP Alexander Lambrecht told Variety of the commercials, which will include Michael Pena in the full-length version and Ronda Rousey in the continued ad campaign later this year.
Schumer and Rogen will even help bring in Bud Light's new slogan, "Raise one to right now." Let's just get this comedy dream team on a ballot right now!
While we're excited to see all of the commercials that will debut during the big game this year, it's Coldplay's headlining turn in the Super Bowl 50 Pepsi Halftime Show that we're really looking forward to.
ET caught up with the band's frontman, Chris Martin, who is feeling the pressure to put on a great performance.
"In an ideal world, we'd like to somehow honor the past, celebrate the present and look to the future. I don't know how we're gonna do that, but we're gonna try our best," he explained.
Super Bowl 50 will air Feb. 7 at 6:30 ET on CBS.
Get more details about the halftime show in the video below.