Bud Light, robots, AI dominate attention during Super Bowl

2019 Superbowl ads

'Game of Thrones' Makes Surprise Appearance in Bud Light's Super Bowl Ad

Confetti falls onto the field after Super Bowl LIII at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

The Bud Knight seems poised for victory until a twist ending: he gets knocked off his horse by the opponent, who turns out to be Gregor Clegane, the giant, terrifying fighter in Game of Thrones, who is also known as "The Mountain".

Donald Trump Jr. weighed in on a Washington Post ad that attempted to showcase the importance of the mainstream media's journalism.

"They're clearly trying to resonate with younger consumers and using the partnership with Game of Thrones to do that", Calkins said.

Bud Light's Super Bowl campaign called out competitors that use corn syrup - and the corn lobby is not happy about it.

The National Corn Growers Association rebuked the brand for boasting that Bud Light does not use the ingredient.

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The head of the inaugural committee, Tom Barrack, confirmed to The Associated Press that he was questioned by Mueller in 2017. The firm allegedly donated around $900,000 to the ceremony, the Washington Post revealedin separate reporting on the matter.

We'll find out during the game, and over the next few hours we'll be updating this post with the best Super Bowl commercials that air in between the bits of, you know, football. Our office is right down the road! However, reports from last week indicated that CBS was asking more than $5 million for a 30-second spot. "We love you guys".

Other brands including Google and vehicle maker Mercedes highlighted technological innovations in their products like language translation on Google and voice-activated commands in Mercedes cars that either connected people or made life easier.

There are breakout Super Bowl commercials every year, from the iconic "Aaron Burr" Got Milk ad to "Wassupp?"

Amazon poked fun at fictional malfunctions of its Alexa voice powered artificial intelligence.

Female celebrities and themes of women's empowerment were also prevalent this year.

Viewers of the Superbowl on Sunday were confused at a odd commercial that praised and flattered journalism excessively, but the real reason it aired is much more salacious.

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