The model launched a teaser for the large sport spot this week.
Rogen holds a bag of the potato chips as they sit in a convertible in entrance of a blue display screen, behind cameras.
“What are we doing?” Rogen inquires.
“A teaser,” the Jersey-born actor replies.
“We’re doing a teaser, for the business?” Rogen says. “We’re teasing commercials now? That’s a factor?”
“Proper,” Rudd says, pretending to drive the automobile. “Like a film trailer.”
“Yeah, however I imply the business’s extremely quick within the first place,” Rogen says. “How lengthy is the teaser?”
“Oh, it’s actually sh—” Rudd says, earlier than it cuts off, at 16 seconds.
The upcoming advert would be the first Super Bowl commercial for Lay’s in 17 years, Adweek reviews, becoming a member of different spots like Rumson singer Charlie Puth and rapper Megan Thee Stallion for Flamin’ Hot Cheetos and Flamin’ Hot Doritos, two different manufacturers manufactured by Frito-Lay.
The 2022 Super Bowl, aka Super Bowl LVI (Super Bowl 56), will air Sunday, Feb. 13 on NBC and Telemundo and stream on Peacock from SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California. Kickoff is at 6:30 p.m. ET.
Dr. Dre, Snoop Dog, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar and Eminem are performing on the halftime show.
Rudd and Rogen beforehand shared the display screen in movies like “Knocked Up,” “The 40-12 months-Previous Virgin,” “Anchorman,” “That is the Finish” and “Sausage Social gathering.”
He performs Ant-Man within the Marvel films and lately starred alongside Will Ferrell within the Apple TV Plus restricted sequence “The Shrink Next Door,” taking part in real-life former psychiatrist Ike Herschkopf.
Rogen is the topic of one other teaser for the Lay’s business known as “Massive Fan,” which exhibits a person obsessing over Rogen in entrance of a selfmade shrine to the actor (which incorporates the potato chips) and chanting his identify, asking the place he’s.
He began his personal hashish culture-focused ceramics business, Houseplant, which presents ashtrays and rolling trays, after posting images of his handmade vases on Twitter to a lot fanfare in the course of the pandemic.
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