Super Bowl LVI Showcased Upcoming Hollywood Streaming Video Content [Media Play News]

Super Bowl LVI Showcased Upcoming Hollywood Streaming Video Content [Media Play News]

(Above) ‘The Adam Project’ is one of many films Netflix promoted during their showcase.

 

By Erik Gruenwedel

February 14, 2022 | From NBCUniversal’s Peacock platform live-streaming to Netflix, Disney+ and Amazon Prime Video, among others, showcasing content, Super Bowl LVI Feb. 13 witnessed more than the Los Angeles Rams’ thrilling 23-20 comeback win over the Cincinnati Bengals.

The nation’s largest annual media event, which paid tribute to the Rams’ SoFi Stadium home’s close proximity to rap music’s roots in neighboring Compton with a halftime show featuring ’90s legends Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Dr. Dre and Mary J Blige, among others, saw Hollywood Studios and SVOD spend big to advertise upcoming movies.

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