Found February 05, 2012 on
Super Bowl XLVI will best be remembered for the dramatic conclusion and another victory by the Giants over the Patriots. But that's not to say that its pop culture impact won't reverberate because of the many ads that aired in between the action on the gridiron. Stars like Jerry Seinfeld and Clint Eastwood stole the show during the breaks and they may be remembered by many non-sports fans who may not remember Eli Manning's heroics or even know what a Hail Mary is. Even the Soup Nazi made an appearance, so the ads had a pretty good night. We sorted...
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We were pretty impressed with last year's Chrysler Super Bowl commercial, but it's safe to say that they have outdone themselves this year.
I love me some Eminem, but nothing beats Clint Eastwood in all his Gran Torino-esque badass glory. Hell, the only thing missing from the commercial is the 12-gauge.
It's halftime. Both teams are in their locker room...
Jerry’s Private Comedy Show was spot on. Uncomfortably bad but in a good way. Like I said before, I love the fact that we get all of these ads before the Super Bowl, now I can get as drunk as I want to without missing anything good.
“You’re a powder keg, all you omelet guys”
As we near the start of Super Bowl 46, you will be seeing comedian Jerry Seinfeld in Super Bowl commercial this year.
Below is the leaked commercial for Acura which Jerry attempting to be the first in line for a new Honda NSX:
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Chrysler's Super Bowl ad featuring a gravel-voiced Clint Eastwood was pulled from the car company's official YouTube channel Monday.
Though the "Halftime in America" commercial can still be viewed elsewhere on the site, the video posted on the automaker's channel was replaced by a note that reads, "This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim...
The inspirational Chrysler television commercial, "It's Halftime in America," was featured during the 2012 Super Bowl and starred actor and director Clint Eastwood and gritty images of Detroit. Here is the script from the commercial.
Clint Eastwood's patriotic pep talk about ''halftime in America'' might just as well have applied to NBC.
The languishing, fourth-place network, owned by Comcast Corp., needed more than a touchdown from Sunday's Super Bowl broadcast - that much was assured with a marquee rematch between the New York Giants and the New England Patriots. No, NBC needed to kick...
Perhaps the most attention-getting Super Bowl ad — other than that dog blackmailing his owner with tortilla chips to keep quiet over a felinicide, of course — was Clint Eastwood’s paean to a resurgent auto industry in Detroit.
Clint Eastwood defended his now-controversial Chrysler ad that aired during the Super bowl, in which he implored the nation to overcome its differences and work together to revive the economy, denying any ties to President Obama and saying that the spot was intended to be apolitical.
As I watched the Super Bowl, I was moved and impressed by the Clint Eastwood ad for Chrysler. I was proud to think that Chrysler would develop such an inspiring ad. Our country is in trouble and it is nice to see a company that still has pride and confidence in the people and products of our nation.
Chrysler's Super Bowl commercial featuring Clint Eastwood is not available on Chrysler's YouTube channel because of a "copyright claim," by the NFL.
The ad features an actor speaking in a raspy, deep voice, delivering some of the same lines that Clint Eastwood did in the two-minute halftime ad that ran during the Super Bowl and swirled up a storm of political controversy on Monday.