Super Bowl 2016: 10 New Movie Trailers That Aired On Football's Biggest Night

Disney's upcoming live action 'The Jungle Book' is all we can think of. Courtesy Photo/Disney

Super Bowl weekend isn't all about football and ads. Given the timing in early February, the Super Bowl is also a great opportunity for all the major movies of 2016 to share a new trailer. This strategy isn't anything new and are usually very well received by movie buffs. While they won't guarantee box office success, for studios, trailers can also be a small tests to gauge early reception as well. This year, lots of movies dropped exciting new trailers and previews during Super Bowl 50!

Big movie trailers during thebig game include a new "The Jungle Book" ad spot that unvieled footage ahead of its April 15 release date. "Untitled Jason Bourne Sequel," and "Captain America: Civil War," also aired new clips. Other action-packed titles include "Deadpool," "10 Cloverfield Lane," "Independence Day: Resurgence," "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows" and "X Men: Apocalypse."

Disney alsopreview its other upcoming feature film "Alice Through the Looking Glass" and we got more cuteness overload with a new clip of "The Secret Life of Pets."

Watch the ten biggest movie teasers of the Super Bowl this year:

1. "The Jungle Book"

2. "Untitled Jason Bourne Sequel"

3. "Captain America: Civil War"

4. "Deadpool"

5. "X Men: Apocalypse"

6. "10 Cloverfield Lane"

7. "Alice Through the Looking Glass"

8. "Independence Day: Resurgence" 

9. "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows"

10. "The Secret Life of Pets"

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Natalie Roterman
Natalie Roterman

Natalie (from Mexico) joined Latin Times back in 2014 and she is all about pop culture and entertainment. She also has a genetic love for food and traveling. Follow her and get the scoop on the biggest upcoming films and TV shows, plus interviews with your favorite stars that you won’t want to miss. When she’s not writing for Latin Times, she’s either filming her next episode of “El Show de Natalie,” at a movie theater, binge-watching a new TV series, or planning her next meal.