Half-Time show and trailers: here is Tim Burton's Batman and Supergirl in The Flash!
by LORENZO CIOTTI | VIEW 645
The Kansas City Chiefs won the 57th Super Bowl in Arizona, against the Philadelphia Eagles, winning 38-35 after a thrilling game, with a tie broken only with 11 seconds left by a long-range set piece. For the Chiefs, who had also won the AFC Conference final with a free kick, it is the third Super Bowl in four years and the third success.
Rihanna was the star of the Half-Time show. Back on stage after seven years and dressed in a red on red tracksuit, the superstar sang a mix of her hits in 13 minutes: Diamonds, Umbrella, Rude boy, Only Girl In the World, We found love, Work, Bitch Better Have My Money, but also Kanye West's All of the Lights and DJ Khaled's Wild Thoughts.
Along with the traditional halftime show, the National Football League Super Bowl also offers a series of very expensive commercials in which actors, singers and many other characters star every year. This year, standard 30-second slots have averaged between $6 million and $7 million each.
In the commercials broadcast during the Super Bowl played on the night between Sunday and Monday, Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, Jack Harlow, Paul Rudd, Adam Driver, Serena Williams, Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lopez and Brie Larson were seen.
As for the trailers, the most anticipated were certainly those of The Flash and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.III. And expectations have not been disappointed. The trailer for The Flash showed for the first time Michael Keaton as Tim Burton's longtime Batman again.
As well as Ben Affleck's recent Batman. We also saw the new version of Supergirl. Even the Guardians of the Galaxy Marvel Trailer, moving and which smacks of farewell for some members of the group, has not betrayed the expectations.
Among other trailers, also Indiana Jones 5, Creed III, the new chapter of Fast and Furious, among others. Below the compilation with all the trailers: The historic first challenge between African quarterbacks, a role long reserved for white players, went to Patrick Mahomes, considered the heir to the recently retired Tom Brady and named MP of the season for the second time.
Mahomes was in his third Super Bowl in four years and is now the first African-American quarterback to win twice.