The big game has come and gone, but the trailers that made a splash during Super Bowl Sunday live on here. Take a look at the trailers for some of the big blockbusters arriving in theaters this year including Captain America: Civil War, X-Men: Apocalypse, The Jungle Book, and Jason Bourne.
The fifth movie in the franchise has a slightly different look from it’s predecessors, but still features the frenetic action sequences that have since been duplicated in numerous movies and TV shows. The trailer also features the rather pedestrian official title for the film – Jason Bourne. The film will arrive in theaters July 29, 2016.
Captain America: Civil War
The latest trailer for the Marvel blockbuster is still missing Spider-Man, but gives us a better look at the two sides that will collide this spring. Cap and his crew do battle against Team Iron Man on May 6, 2016.
As an added bonus, here’s the Coke Super Bowl commercial featuring Ant-Man and The Hulk.
Fox was busy dropping four trailers during the Super Bowl, the biggest release being X-Men: Apocalypse. X-Men arrives in theaters May 27, 2016.
Here are the other two Fox properties that received trailer promos during the Super Bowl:
The other big Fox trailer was Independence Day: Resurgence, in theaters June 24.
Disney was part of the Super Bowl trailer fray as well, promoting their Jon Favreau directed live-action adaptation of The Jungle Book. The effects continue to dazzle and the film will arrive in theaters April 15.
Cloverfield was back as well, with the trailer for 10 Cloverfield Lane. The film hits theaters March 11.
Gerard Butler is back bellowing in the sword and sandal epic Gods of Egypt, out February 29.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles carved out some time to promote their upcoming sequel as well. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles arrives in theaters June 3.
Finally, Universal gave us a look at their latest animation feature The Secret Life of Pets. The film, from their Illumination Animation Studios, arrives in theaters July 8.
Which trailers were your favorites? Any films that you were hoping to see promo’d that didn’t make it? Personally, I’m kind of surprised Zootopia, London Has Fallen, Barbershop: The Next Cut, The Huntsman, and Alice Through The Looking Glass, among others, weren’t promoted.