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Paramount, on the other hand, is running a 30 second spot for World War Z (yep, the movie with Brad Pitt and zombies) and a 30 second ad for the J.J. Abrams’ directed Star Trek Into Darkness, during the second quarter of the game itself.
As for Universal – things are pretty clear – the studio will air the first footage from Vin Diesel‘s Fast & Furious 6, but we also have some rumors that there might be a spot for Tom Cruise‘s upcoming Oblivion (read: might be!)
So, no Riddick, Kick-Ass 2, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, The Wolverine, Evil Dead, Elysium…?
As guys from Deadline reported, this year CBS raised the price for a 30 second ad up from the $3.5 million that NBC charged during the last Super Bowl to $4 million, which means that Warner Bros, the Weinstein Company, Sony and Fox didn’t buy any ads this year.
There’s still some hope that Summit Entertainment will run a spot for the Dwayne Johnson‘s upcoming action-thriller Snitch, but nothing confirmed at this moment.
Stay tuned for more updates!