Every New Movie Trailer From The Super Bowl, ICYMI While Getting More Snacks

The Super Bowl may be known for its epic, star-studded commercials, but there are also a number of new movie trailers that dropped throughout the game. Case in point: within the first 15 minutes of the 2020 Super Bowl, Top Gun 2: Maverick, The Invisible Man, and Mulan all aired brand new spots. We also got the first trailer for Marvel's highly anticipated Black Widow, and while it unfortunately didn't do much to fill in any blanks about what the story will entail (or clear up its already pretty confusing timeline), seeing an angry, chest-tatted David Harbour almost made it worth it.

Still, between quick bathroom breaks, refilling your snack plate (and drink), and trying to recover from the horror of half-bald Jason Momoa, you probably missed at least one of the new trailers. Or you're one of those people who truly could not care less about which team of men in tights won the Super Bowl and are just here to make sure you can at least fake a conversation in your work's Slack chat on Monday morning (in which case, respect). Either way, we did you the favor of rounding up all the trailers.

Top Gun 2: Maverick

More than 30 years after his iconic turn as Pete "Maverick" Mitchell in Top Gun, Tom Cruise reprises the role in this Miles Teller-starring sequel, which finds him training a crop of young lieutenants for a high-stakes mission.

In theaters: June 26

The Invisible Man

Elisabeth Moss leads this psychological thriller loosely based on an H.G. Wells novel, which follows a woman being tormented by her abusive ex. The twist? He's supposedly dead, and even as her life is repeatedly put into danger, neither she or anyone else can see him.

In theaters: Feb. 27.


The latest in Disney's string of live-action adaptations, Mulan stars Liu Yifei as the eponymous warrior. When the Emperor of China decrees one man from each family must join the army and defend the country from the huns, Mulan disguises herself as a man and steps in to fight in her ailing father's place.

In theaters: March 27

Fast & Furious 9

Two years after Fate of the Furious, Dominic (Vin Diesel) and his family re-team to take down his younger brother Jakob (John Cena), a master assassin working with their old enemy Cipher (Charlize Theron).

In theaters: May 22

Black Widow

The first film in Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Black Widow picks up after the events of Captain America: Civil War, following Natasha Romanoff as she's forced to confront her past. (Yes, the details really are that vague).

In theaters: May 1

No Time To Die

Daniel Craig hits the big screen for his fifth and final turn playing James Bond, this time to help a CIA friend track down an abducted scientist.

In theaters: April 2

Minions: The Rise Of Gru

A sequel to 2015's Minions and prequel to the 2010-born Despicable Me franchise, The Rise of Gru follows the minions as they meet a young Felonious Gru for the first time.

In theaters: July 3

On the TV front, there were also new trailers for Amazon's Hunters, The Masked Singer Season 3, 9-1-1: Lone Star, and Fox's Will Arnett-hosted Lego Master, as well as Disney+'s The Falcon & The Winter Soldier, WandaVision, and Loki.