OK, so you're the one person at your Super Bowl party who's not into the game.
Perhaps you'd be interested in some brand new movie trailers hot off the presses for the summer's hottest releases.
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New trailers for 'Solo: A Star Wars Story" and "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" premiered during the first quarter of Super Bowl LII.
It was viewers' second trailer for "Jurassic," but the first opportunity anyone has had to look at the much anticipated "Star Wars" stand alone film directed by Ron Howard.
"Solo" is getting the most Twitter attention so far, followed by Wendy's attack ad against McDonald's, according to an initial analysis by Amobee, a global marketing technology company.
Not one to be left out of the party, the newest trailer for Tom Cruise's "Mission Impossible 6" also debuted.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's new film was among the trailers played during the Super Bowl. The teaser for "Skyscraper" shows the former wrestler battling to save his family and hanging from a ... you guessed it -- skyscraper.
The streaming giant Netflix did not want to be left out. The company dropped a trailer for "The Cloverfield Paradox" during Super Bowl 52. It mixed footage from the first film, a surprise hit in 2008, with clips from the new film from director Julius Onah.
Netflix also announced that the film will be released after the game.