Transformers: The Last Knight To Get TV Spot During Superbowl

Deadline Hollywood has reported, to the surprise of basically nobody, that Transformers: The Last Knight is going to have a commercial run during the Super Bowl this Sunday. It's not currently known what the spot will entail, but with Super Bowl LI happening this Sunday, February 5th, you're not going to have to wait long to find out. Keep reading for more info!
Word is now leaking out exactly what movies will have TV spots during the Big Game on Sunday. Paramount will run a Transformers: The Last Knight spot during the game, while their anime adaptation Ghost in the Shell will have a spot before the kick-off.


It’s going to be interesting to see what Paramount does with Ghost in the Shell. The Melrose lot has employed a rather clever campaign for the film, ‘hacking’ the Mr. Robot finale and running logo-less clips from the movie in between commercials. Ghost in the Shell hits theaters on March 31. Transformers: The Last Knight will debut on June 23, leading up to the July 4 holiday stretch.

There was little doubt that there'd be a TF5 trailer during the Super Bowl, since we're sure Paramount is counting on it to be their biggest movie of the year worldwide but this is our official confirmation.

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