‘Logan’ And ‘Pirates Of The Caribbean 5’ Trailer Could Make Debut at Super Bowl 51

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‘Logan’ And ‘Pirates Of The Caribbean 5’ Trailer Could Make Debut at Super Bowl 51 PHOTOGRAPH: Flickr/sean hobson |

Super Bowl 51 will take place on Monday. It is expected that movie trailers will make its debut while the game is ongoing. With this, the biggest game of the NFL season might just be the place for movie junkies to satisfy their curiosity about their most anticipated movie releases.

Hollywood is taking advantage of mass audiences to promote films. This is why trailers are shown in cinemas before feature films. Also, this is why trailers are being released online, including on social media.

The latest news is that films like Logan and Pirates Of The Carribean 5 trailer might debut at Super Bowl 51. There is no doubt that the Super Bowl 51 is one of the biggest sporting events of the year. In fact, there are over 167 million people in the United States who are expected to watch the game between the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons. This is the perfect place to promote anything since there are so many potential consumers tuning in at that time.

Possible Movie Trailers

According to Screen Rant, Pirates Of The Carribean 5 could be introduced on Monday. It is highly likely to be chosen thanks to its fan base and wide audience appeal. Although Disney has a lot of upcoming films, the Pirates franchise is the safest bet next to Guardians Of The Galaxy and Beauty And The Beast.

Fox, according to MovieWeb, has a lot of upcoming films, but the best bet goes to X-Men spin off Logan. Not only does it have a big fan base, thanks to the X-men franchise, but the release date is quite near as well. Other potential titles are Kingsman 2: The Golden Circle and Alien: Covenant.

Paramount, Universal, Warner Bros., and Sony may have their own titles as well. However, none have been confirmed. Other titles like Universals’ The Mummy, Summit’s John Wick: Chapter 2, and Lionsgate’s Power Rangers are possible titles to make the confirmed list of trailers. So far, only A Cure For Wellness from Fox has been confirmed for a Super Bowl 51 debut.

Best Place to Market

The NFL knows that the Super Bowl event is a prime target for sponsors and advertisers because of the large audience for the event. Thus, advertising during the event can cost around $5 million for thirty seconds. However, not all those who want to get a slot immediately get chosen. Most of those chosen are the ones with mass appeal and movies that will be released soon.

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