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Marvel serves greater second scoops of their Superbowl movie commercials

2014s Superbowl Sunday brands a Legion of Boom label of world-class runaway for the Seattle Seahawks last night. But with Marvel movies illuminating the night's stream of fireworks commercials around a likewise half-time show, it took away the breathtaking 43-8 score from the football wordplay on cartoon famous Legion of Doom - a TV byproduct of DC Comics proprieties.

'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' didn't falter delivering scenes on Peter Parker and Spider-Man, but its villains took center stage outlooks.

Two upcoming superhero flicks were able to showcase roughhouse-grade trailers that gave their villains promotional clips pronouncing what they'll be taking into cinematic action right from go during their premiere releases this year.

Both Superbowl XLVIII movie commercials were prologues for kickstarters to prolonging clips later put up that night.

"Enemies Unite Sizzle" shows more before and after over the villain Electro, a villain under portrayal by Jaime Foxx in
"The Amazing Spider-Man 2". Some more Oscorp producing Green Goblin was also given greater presence. The robotic suited intimidation of the Rhino was part of the shone queue of Spider-Man villains, although Paul Giamatti ("Sideways", "Saving Mr. Banks") wasn't shown face time or heard.

On the other side of the shield, Captain America's main enemy Winter Soldier had slick super-spy moves on display. "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" had the trailer extension of far more Falcon in action along with Black Widow highlights featuring Scarlett Johansson ("Don Jon", "Her").

Anthony Mackie's donning a Falcon suit was given front page attention on, where it can be viewed out. Meanwhile, check out the "Enemies Unite Sizzle" trailer right here.

"The Amazing Spider-Man 2" hits theaters on May 2. "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" opens on April 4.

And congratulations on your Superbowl win, Seahawks.

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