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Arnold Schwarzenegger, Don Cheadle debut in new Super Bowl commercials (video)

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The new sneak peek of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Don Cheadle has fans excited about the new Bud Light Super Bowl commercials that are getting ready to debut. The celebrities have everyone ready to see what the new and exciting ideas are for the 30-second spots. According to Bleacher’s Report on Saturday, the sneak peeks offer a look at four celebrities that are part of the Super Bowl commercial campaign for Bud Light.

While Son Cheadle is standing next to a llama and making a joke, it might be Arnold Schwarzenegger who everyone admires. The entertainer is wearing a wig and getting ready to compete in front of a ping pong table. The funny look has his stretching and preparing for the game of his life.

Of course the teasers only offer a sneak peek at what Bud Light has in store for the fans on February 2, 2014, but the buzz around the commercials has fans excited. It really doesn’t matter who arrives in the Super Bowl at this point as the ads are already rolling out to be some of the best yet!

Take a look at the video clip of Arnold Schwarzenegger in the new Bud Light commercial. Doesn’t the former California Governor look funny behind the table?

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