Tina Fey, Steve Carell and More Bring Their Old Yearbook Photos to Life in Inspiring Super Bowl Ad

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Some of Hollywood's biggest stars revisited their old (and sometimes embarrassing) school yearbook photos in a new Super Bowl commercial.
While most Super Bowl commercials are either funny (e.g. Old Spice's "The Man Your Man Could Smell Like") or moving (e.g. Budweiser's "Lost Dog"), this 60-second spot for Honda manages to be both.
The ad brings the stars’ throwback pics to life through the use of CGI, making the images appear to move while present-day Tina Fey, Steve Carell, Robert Redford, Amy Adams, Magic Johnson, Missy Elliott, Stan Lee, Jimmy Kimmel and Viola Davis deliver the lines.
"At times, you might fall flat on your face," Adams says in the clip. "But technically that's still moving forward."
In the commercial, we get a glimpse at Fey's detached corsage, Carell's dubious mustache and Kimmel's unfortunate tuxedo.
Cindy Crawford and ET's Kevin Frazier recently revisited the supermodel's classic Super Bowl commercial for Pepsi as a part of the CBS special, Super Bowl Greatest Commercials 2017, which aired Tuesday.
In the interview, Crawford described what she loved most about the 1992 ad.
"It's me being sexy and getting out of a car, but with these little boys kind of looking," Crawford recalled. "And then that line that they're not really watching me. They're just looking at the can. I thought that was very clever."
Super Bowl LI airs Sunday at 6:30 p.m. ET / 3:30 p.m. PT on Fox.

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