SodaStream Edits Super Bowl Ad To Get Approval

Posted: Jan 28 2014, 1:46pm CST | by , in Super Bowl


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SodaStream edits Super Bowl Ad to get Approval

The banned SodaStream Super Bowl 2014 Ad is online now. Watch sexy Scarlett Johansson sip some home made soda.

The Super Bowl 2014 takes place on February 2, and will have the Broncos play against the Seahawks in the Big Game. Besides the game there will be again a huge line-up of Super Bowl ads. Fox managed to charge $4 million on average for 30 second spots.

More and more Super Bowl 2014 ads and ad teasers listed in our Super Bowl 2014 Ad Line-up are released. The highly anticipated SodaStream Super Bowl 2014 Ad has been released online in the uncensored version earlier today. As reported Fox banned the initial version because Scarlett Johansson says at the end of the ad: Sorry Coke and Pepsi. You will not hear her say that in the SodaStream Super Bowl commercial airing during the TV broadcast of the Super Bowl this Sunday. SodaStream confirmed to CNN that the SodaStream Ad has been tweaked and will air on Super Bowl Sunday.

Watch now Scarlett Johansson sipping her self made soda. She looks super sexy doing it. Apparently it is not too sexy for the Fox censors.

Super Bowl 2014 will take place in New Jersey on February 2. The big game will be played in the Metlife stadium in East Rutherford. It will be the first outdoor, cold-weather Super Bowl. We are bringing you again full coverage of the Super Bowl Ads in our Super Bowl Hub and on Super Bowl Ads for Geeks. Check out the complete list of Super Bowl 2014 Advertisers and watch the already released Super Bowl 2014 Ads.
Find all the facts and answers about Super Bowl 2014 in our Super Bowl 2014 FAQs.

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