The big event highlighting the best commercials and biggest summer movies is coming this Sunday and we have a few early sneak peeks at what to expect. First up is the full Super Bowl spot for Sacha Baron Cohen’s next comedy The Dictator, from Borat and Bruno helmer Larry Charles. The jokes are almost identical to the first trailer, but includes some event-specific jokes at the beginning, for the film also starring Anna Faris, Ben Kingsley, Megan Fox, John C. Reilly and J.B. Smoove. It will hit theaters May 11th. We also have the two short teasers for two big upcoming blockbusters, The Avengers and John Carter. Tune back for the full thing, but for those that are foaming at the mouth to see a few seconds, these are for you. There is also a new IMAX poster for the former, thanks to Fandango.
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