It’s time for the first look at the funniest and best Super Bowl commercials of 2021. These hilarious Super Bowl commercials will run during the Big Game on Sunday but you might not be able to catch them live because you’ll be busy face deep in some nachos or getting up to grab a beer.
We’ll be taking a look at all of 2021’s best Super Bowl commercials featuring Michael B. Jordan for Amazon, John Cena for Mountain Dew, Will Ferrell for GM, Matthew McConaughey for Doritos and every other one of the funniest Super Bowl LIV commercials. This collection of 2021’s funniest Super Bowl commercials will continue to update throughout the week as more of these TV spots become available.
Doritos 3D: Flat Matthew
A flat two-dimensional Matthew McConaughey struggles with everyday life until he has himself some Doritos 3D Crunch.
GM: No Way, Norway
GM’s big game commercial features Will Ferrell who learns that Norway outpaces the United States in electric vehicle adoption by a wide margin. Hilarity ensues as Ferrell is joined by Kenan Thompson and Awkwafina who make their way to Norway to send a message to Norwegians.
Tide: The Jason Alexander Hoodie
Tide’s Super Bowl commercial features a teenager who wears a “Jason Alexander hoodie” that gets used during some messy tasks while the theme from “The Greatest American Hero”, which was once sung by Alexander’s George Costanza character during an iconic episode of “Seinfeld, plays in the background.
Amazon: Alexa’s Body
Amazon enlisted People’s 2020 “Sexiest Man Alive” Michael B. Jordan to play the role of Alexa’s body in their steamy Super Bowl ad that’s surely going to have people talking about Jordan’s jacked physique.
For their campaign during the Super Bowl, Corona and Tony Romo issued a search for a one-day “Romo Replacement” to man the Corona Hotline while Romo is busy calling the big game for CBS on Sunday. Romo asked football fans 21 and over to post their audition videos via Twitter/Instagram/Facebook by using #RomoReplacement which led to Snoop Dogg joining in on the fun and auditioning to replace Romo with the Corona: Snoopline
Anheuser-Busch: Let’s grab a beer
Anheuser-Busch’s first-ever Super Bowl commercial produced by Academy Award-nominated director David Fincher captures everyday people winding down from big moments with their friends while having a beer.
Dr. Squatch: You’re not a dish, you’re a man
Dr. Squatch makes its pitch as the all-natural soap for men.
Frito-Lay: ‘Twas the Night Before Super Bowl
Marshawn Lynch narrates Frito-Lay’s “Twas the Night Before Super Bowl” featuring a slew of NFL legends in their pajamas reliving their greatest Super Bowl moments while eating chips.
Bud Light: Legends
Bud Light brings back several Bud Light commercial legends including Grammy-nominated artist Post Malone, Cedric the Entertainer, the Bud Knight, the Dilly Dilly guy, and more, as they all come together to save Bud Light.
Cheetos: It Wasn’t me
Shaggy sings his 2000 hit “It Wasn’t Me.” to defend Mila Kunis who is being accused by her husband Ashton Kutcher of steeling his Cheetos Crunch Pop Mix.
Sam Adams: Horses
The famous Boston Brewery is taking advantage of Budweiser sitting out the Super Bowl for the first time in 37 years by mocking Bud’s iconic Clydesdale horses to promote their Wicked Hazy IPA.
In the commercial, Sam Adams’ new pitchman, “Your Cousin from Boston”, unhitches the Clydesdales from their wagon and causes mayhem in the streets.
Bud Light Seltzer: Lemonade
To promote Bud Light Seltzer Lemonade, Anheuser-Busch takes a lighthearted look back at the past year and hilariously explained how they concocted the new drink out of the “lemons” of 2020.
2020 was a lemon of a year, so we made Bud Light Seltzer Lemonade…. and we’re bringing it to you for Super Bowl LV!
— Bud Light (@budlight) January 28, 2021
Rockstar Engery: Spotlight
Rockstar Energy makes its Super Bowl debut with an ad featuring Grammy-nominated rapper Lil Baby talking about how “the spotlight catches those around him who also are on their path to stardom.”
Uber Eats: Wayne’s World
Mike Myers and Dana Carvey reprise their roles as Wayne and Garth of Wayne’s World for an Uber Eats’ ad featuring Cardi B to promote their #EatLocal campaign.
Wayne’s World is back with a very important message (and special guest):
— Uber Eats #EatLocal (@UberEats) February 3, 2021
Michelob Ultra: Happy enlisted some of sports top superstars including Serena Williams, Anthony Davis, Peyton Manning, Brooks Koepka, Jimmy Butler and Alex Morgan to showcase “the less-heralded-but-equally-important parts of their lives that ultimately play a role in their success.”
M&M’s: ‘Come Together’
M&M’s ad features Dan Levy of Schitt’s Creek and displays a variety of “wow, I really shouldn’t have done that” scenarios with people trying to smooth things over with a bag of M&M’S.
— M&M'S (@mmschocolate) February 3, 2021
Counting MTN DEW MAJOR MELON™ with John Cena: A ONE MILLION DOLLAR Tutorial
Mountain Dew is running a contest for their Super Bowl Major Melon commercial. The company says it will give away the $1 million cash prize to whichever viewer can guess how many bottles are shown during the commercial, using the hashtag #MTNDEWMAJORMELON on Twitter.
Pringles: 2021 Flavor Stacking Space
Rescuers get themselves distracted by stacking Pringles chips and forget to save stranded astronauts.
Stella Artois: Heartbeat Billionaire
Lenny Kravitz lets us know we’re all billionaires because we were all born with 2.5 billion heartbeats. I’m sure his ad will reasonate with the people over at r/Wallstreetbets.
Vroom.com Dealership Pain
Vroom hilariously depicts the torture it is to go through the car buying process.
Oikos Pro #PROFACE
Oikos’ Super Bowl commercial introduces the new protein-packed Oikos PRO line of yogurts and features NFL stars Saquon Barkley, JuJu Smith-Schuster, Jalen Hurts, Devin White, Kendrick Bourne, Austin Jackson and American Ninja Warrior competitor Angela Gargano showing off their “ugly face” while working out.
T-Mobile’s Super Bowl commercial features Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski won’t actually air on Sunday but’s hilarious.
This ad will not air on Sunday.
— T-Mobile (@TMobile) February 5, 2021
Timothée Chalamet stars as Edgar, the son of Edward Scissorhands, who has issues with driving cars until he’s able to drive the All-Electric Cadillac LYRIQ with hands-free driving.