Super Bowl 2020: Check Out the Most Star-Studded Commercials

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Pepsi Zero Sugar

From Ellen DeGeneres to Missy Elliott, here are the big stars who showed up during Sunday's Super Bowl Ads.

It wouldn't be the Super Bowl without some must-see commercials!

During Sunday's big game, fans got a chance to see a whole star-studded slate of big budget ads for everything from beverages to sports cars.

Viewers also saw some some exciting new movie trailers for Disney's Mulan, Top Gun: Maverick and F9, among others.

From Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi to John Cena and Jimmy Fallon, here's a look at the commercials that are sure to have Super Bowl fans talking!

Pepsi Zero Sugar

Now this a collaboration music fans never knew they always wanted. While Cardi B starred in Pepsi's Super Bowl ad in 2019, this year both Missy Elliott and H.E.R. are taking the reins in a commercial that looks more like a highly produced music video. 

"I’ve been following H.E.R.’s career closely; her talent is undeniable," Elliott said of working with H.E.R. on a new song for the Pepsi Zero Sugar collab. "When the opportunity came up, to not just work together but collaborate and create something all our own, we had to make it happen."

"Everything about this experience – from the music, to the shoot, to the collaboration with an icon like Missy – it was really special," H.E.R. gushed. "Pepsi gave us the creative liberty and platform to create this song and the video, it’s an honor and I think people will appreciate how real we tried to be with the final product."

Michelob Ultra

Jimmy Fallon hits the gym with former WWE star John Cena and it's not going well until he learns to see the "lighter side" of getting in shape. 

Amazon Alexa

Ellen DeGeneres and her wife, Portia de Rossi, dare to ask the question, "What was it like before Alexa?"  

Hyundai Sonata

Starring Boston natives Chris Evans, John Krasinski, Rachel Dratch and David “Big Papi” Ortiz, the Massachusetts accents and lingo are in full effect for this "wicked" funny commercial for a "ghost car."

Cool Ranch Doritos

Lil Nas X faces off against A Star Is Born actor Sam Elliott on that old town road in a showdown that nobody saw coming! The dual actually turns into a Cool Ranch dance-off, with Elliott even doing a booty smack. You'll have to watch to see who wins. 

"Sam is always in his role, killing it," Lil Nas X told Today of working with the acclaimed actor. "[The commercial] was almost like part two to the 'Old Town Road' video or something."

Mtn Dew Zero Sugar

Bryan Cranston and Tracee Ellis Ross recreate the iconic scene in 1980 flick, The Shining, with Cranston doing a pretty good impression of Jack Nicholson.  


Luis Guzmán stars in this ad that seeks to make a world a better place with a candy bar. 

Genesis GV80

John Legend and Chrissy Teigen are saying goodbye to old luxury in this car commercial for Genesis' first-ever SUV, the GV80. 

The couple recently shared with ET why this ad was "right up our alley." 

"I really think the concept of the commercial is gonna be great and it's right up our alley," Legend said. "I think people have seen us at the awards shows, kind of like how they can get so stuffy, and then we just bring some lightness and levity to the moment. I think we'll try to do that with this too." 

'Top Gun: Maverick'

Tom Cruise's long-awaited drama dropped another high-flying trailer early during Sunday's game.



The final trailer for Disney's live-action remake of its animated classic finally gave fans a better look at the movie's frightening baddies, including the vicious leader of the Hun army invading Mulan's homeland and a shape-shifting enchantress.


Rocket Mortgage

Jason Momoa gives viewers a tour of his home, which he says is "the one place I can let my guard down." After taking off his coat and boots, he reveals that his massive arms and ripped chest are just well-made facades, and he's actually just a very, very thin, balding man. His wife, Zoe Kravitz, makes a cute cameo at the end of the hilariously weird commercial, spotting the Aquaman star are he tries to bench press a weight bar with no weights on it.


Poking fun at the recurring rumors that he's planning on retiring, Tom Brady delivered a special message to his fans that turned out to actually be just an ad for the streaming service. Brady then jokingly promises that he's "not going anywhere."


As part of their #MakeSpaceForWomen campaign, Olay turned to Katie Couric, Taraji P. Henson, Busy Philipps, Lilly Singh and astronaut Nicole Stott for this ad promoting the cosmetics company's pledge to donate $1 to the organization Girls Who Code for every tweet that includes #MakeSpaceForWomen @OLAYSkin.

Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood

Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood pulled out all the stops for their Super Bowl ad, which sees Jennifer Lopez as herself chasing down a thief who scaled the hotel's exterior and stole a diamond-encrusted cup from her hotel room. The action-packed commercial -- directed by Michael Bay and sponsored by Hard Rock International -- features cameos from Pitt Bull, Alex Rodriguez, Steven Van Zandt and DJ Khaled.

'No Time To Die'

The latest gritty James Bond adventure dropped a new, action-packed trailer ahead of it's April 10 release.

Coca-Cola Energy

Martin Scorsese and Johah Hill reunite for this commercial promoting the energy-restoring power of Coke's new energy drink.

Bud Light Seltzer

This commercial for the beer company's new seltzer goes inside Post Malone's mind as he tries to make up his mind between the new drink and his go-to of regular Bud Light.

Marvel and Disney+ 

Fans got look at some of the exciting new shows coming to Disney+ that will expand the Marvel Cinematic Universe like never before. We got a fresh new look at The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, WandaVision, and Loki, and they couldn't look more exciting. All three are "coming soon," but we really need more specific information than that. Come on, Disney+!

Jeep Gladiator

Bill Murray reprised his role as Phil Connors for Jeep's spot-on tribute to Groundhog Day. In this nostalgic ad, Murray is stuck reliving the same day over and over, which is just the worst until he discovers an orange Jeep Gladiator. After which, he has a great time living the same day over and over because Jeeps are fun, apparently. Either way, it's delightful to see Murray reunite with an adorable groundhog.

Check out more of ET's exclusive interview with Legend and Teigen about being part of Super Bowl Sunday: