Clash Of Clans Commercial Starring Christoph Waltz And James Corden Goes Viral Well Ahead Of Super Bowl 50

Posted: Dec 23 2015, 1:13am CST | by , in News | Super Bowl

 

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Clash of Clans Commercial Starring Christoph Waltz and James Corden Goes Viral well Ahead of Super Bowl 50

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The Clash of Clans Super Bowl 2015 ad starred Liam Neeson and went viral passing 90 million views. Now Clash of Clans is back with a new commercial ahead of the Super Bowl.

Finland's mobile game developer Supercell is going all out with a new commercial weeks ahead of the Super Bowl. The maker of the extremely popular Clash of Clans game ran a Super Bowl ad earlier this year starring popular Hollywood actor Liam Neeson.

Neeson never won an Oscar, but the Hollywood actor starring in the new Clash of Clans commercial has already two Academy Awards.

The Clash of Clans: Legend of the Last Lava Pup commercial has Christoph Waltz tell a story of a true tale from the Clash of Clans game history. It's the story of the clash between "BarbariaNParty" versus "Die Unsterblich."

One small Lava Pup survives and turns the battle in the end by taking out Town Halls. Christoph Waltz tells the gripping story to Late night host James Corden, who plays a child waiting for a bed time story.

The commercial is impressively creative, drawing on the content created by the gamers of Clash of Clans. To hire Academy Award winning actor Christoph Waltz takes the commercial over the top.

It is not known yet if Supercell will advertise again at the Super Bowl 50. The Clash of Clans: Legend of the Last Lava Pup is almost 3 minutes long. I would be not even surprised if the company would purchase 3 minutes Super Bowl ad time. These viral games with in-app purchases are just incredible cash cows. Supercell has 180 employees, making this still a small company with low overhead.

Supercell has set the bar high for itself and other mobile game makers with this commercial. We expect again game makers to use the Super Bowl 50 to advertise and reach new gamers. Watch the new Clash of Clans commercial below, like over 6 million people did already.

Super Bowl 50 will take place on February 7, 2016, in Santa Clara, at the Levi's Stadium. The stadium is the home of the home of the San Francisco 49ers. Super Bowl 50 will be topping all previous Super Bowl's because of the anniversary. Marketers are flocking to Super Bowl 50 and it will be a huge TV event.

Find out which Super Bowl 50 Ads will be airing during the Big Game in 2016.

The Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show will be performed by Coldplay. The British band is expected to bring on several guest performers.

CBS is broadcasting the Super Bowl 50. The Super Bowl 2016 game will be preceded by a weeklong series of public events held throughout the Bay Area. The Super Bowl City fan village, the NFL Experience and the Media Center will be hosted in San Francisco.
The Super Bowl 50 will get a week long treatment on CBS involving specials and Late Night take overs.
Read the latest Super Bowl 50 News.

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