Super Bowl 2023: these are all the trailers and advances that could be seen in the intermission

The first trailer for 'The Flash' makes it clear why Warner should release its latest link with Zack Snyder's DC

Over time, it has become one of the essential moments to show the world the premieres that are coming our way in the coming months. Just as acting in the intermission is much more than a mere performance of a pop artist, the very expensive trailers that are broadcast in that same interval make it clear what the big bets of the production companies are for the premiere season. These are all the trailers that have been seen in the Super Bowl this year.


DC shows that it has understood the possibilities of the multiverse that are working so well for Marvel with a movie that puts in the same bag two Flash played by Ezra Miller, two Batman (Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck, no less) and Supergirl. The result is the swan song of the Snyderverso… and the start of the Gunnverso at Warner.

Disney100 Special Look

A celebration begins that will occupy a large part of Disney’s releases during 2023: its hundredth anniversary. From classics like ‘Mary Poppins’ or ‘Snow White’ to recent hits like ‘Frozen’ or the Marvel and ‘Star Wars’ franchises, all summarized in a trailer that prepares us for this year’s company celebrations.

Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves

The long-awaited adaptation of the mythical role-playing game, starring Regé-Jean Page, Michelle Rodriguez, Chris Pine, and Hugh Grant, has been released with a very short teaser full of action and humor.

Fast X

The trailer for the new installment of ‘Fast & Furious’ is the official debut of its new villain, Jason Momoa, and although it does not give us any moment as glorious as sending a couple of characters into outer space, it does introduce us Rita Moreno as the grandmother of the clan and recapitulates a good part of the stars that we will have in this installment. Among others, Michelle Rodriguez, John Cena, Brie Larson, Charlize Theron and Jason Statham.

Scream VI

The premiere of this sixth part of the popular saga of meta-slashers that have been revived after the success of the fifth and recent installment. It has the incentive of a Jenna Ortega turned star after ‘Wednesday’ and with the return of Courteney Cox (although not Neve Campbell). And this time, with adventures in the big city.


We cannot deny the enormous curiosity we have for this film by the writers of ‘A Quiet Place’ whose concept is ‘Adam Driver against a Tyrannosaurus’, in a kind of wild reformulation of ‘Planet of the Apes’ and a human traveling in the past up to 65 million years ago. We have it there right now: next March 10.

Transformers: Rise of the Beasts

After a few years off, the franchise of robots that transform into vehicles returns with a delivery that seems to keep all the constants of Michael Bay’s films. This brief preview hardly shows anything of what is being sold to us as a spin-off based on ‘Beast Wars’.

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Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny

Another brief but very intense teaser which brings us back to the classic Indiana Jones and incarnated by Indiana Jones doing what he does best: hitting Nazis. At the moment, we are still expectant about whether we are facing a reformulation of the franchise or a nostalgic exercise.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

James Gunn is now the boss of DC, but before leaving Marvel he has one last move in the form of closing his Guardians of the Galaxy trilogy. We will see the return of all the regulars to the saga (including a new Gamora by Zoe Saldaña), the High Evolutionary as a villain, and the coming-out of Adam Warlock (Will Poulter), previously introduced in the MCU.


Ben Affleck, Matt Damon and Viola Davis star in possibly the only sneaker-making movie you’ll want to see this year. Specifically, the conceptualization, design and, above all, license of the mythical Michael Jordan Air. And as can be seen in this first trailer, with its good helping of nods to the lamented eighties. When sneakers mattered.

Creed III

This sequel to ‘Rocky’ (which no longer has much to do with the original franchise, especially now that Sylvester Stallone seems removed from this installment) is the directorial debut of Michael B. Jordan, who returns to star in this installment of the promotion to the boxing glory of Adonis Creed. In this case, he will face a childhood friend and now a rival, played by the always admirable Jonathan Majors.


The surprise of the night has come from ‘Strays’, which is the mixture of ‘The Adventures of Chatrán’ and ‘The Sausage Party’ that you didn’t know you needed. The cast of this tale of adorable but very dirty-mouthed animals features the likes of Will Ferrell, Jamie Foxx, Will Forte, Isla Fisher and Randall Park.

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