Found January 31, 2013 on
Samsung Mobile USA has released a teaser featuring Seth Rogen and Paul Rudd for their commercial that will air during Super Bowl XLVII this coming Sunday.
In the ad, Rogen and Rudd try to pitch their ideas for "The Next Big Thing" from Samsung, but quickly realize there are certain limitations in what they can say because of NFL trademark issues.
Video via SamsungMobileUSA. H/T Cosby.
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Seth Rogen and Paul Rudd can do no wrong when they are in front of the camera, in my opinion. Samsung, who seemingly has an endless marketing budget, landed the two actors to appear in their Super Bowl commercial. They released a teaser on Thursday and it is pretty hilarious and finally answered my question on why brands always say “The Big Game” instead of Super Bowl. You...
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I heard this was ‘hilarious’…disappointing if you ask me. Kinda funny, but nothing memorable especially for Samsung.
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I'm sure we'll see plenty of good Super Bowl commercials this Sunday when the Ravens take on the 49ers, but this funny Samsung Galaxy Super Bowl commercial with Paul Rudd and Seth Rogan is the early leader in the clubhouse at this point. Check it out below.
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Football fans are really excited about this weekends Big Game, but others are more excited about all the commercials around it. Have you ever noticed that none of them ever mention the teams or the Super something or another? This Samsung Mobile commercial with Seth Rogan and Paul Rudd does an excellent job of explaining why.