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Many have fallen, but one dictator remains.

Sacha Baron Cohen's The Dictator hits theaters Friday, May 11. In this Super Bowl ad, he promotes the film ... and celebrates his recent takeover of NBC.

Despite the world's remaining tyrants dropping like flies (R.I.H. Saddam, Gadhafi and Kim Jong Il), the ruler of the Republic of Wadiya is going strong.

The 30-second spot contains some of the best moments of The Dictator trailer, plus our leader bragging that he knows the final score of the big game. Enjoy!

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The Avengers hits theaters May 4 ... but the trailer arrives Sunday!

Below is a brief second peek at the full-length ad for The Avengers, which will air during a Super Bowl XLVI commercial break on NBC! Yes, it's another trailer for a trailer, which is becoming a staple of the online marketing age.

For those who can’t wait 'til Sunday, here’s a 10-second tease:

Other Super Bowl ads / teasers already released:

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Jerry Seinfeld is so excited about the new Acura NSX that he will stop at nothing to acquire the very first one ... at least in a Super Bowl ad airing Sunday night.

How far will Jerry go for the first new NSX, the debut of which is expected in the coming years? How does Jay Leno fit into this quest for automotive greatness?

Watch an extended version of the ad below ...

Other Super Bowl ads already released:

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With all these Super Bowl ads leaking early (see Matthew Broderick's from earlier), you won't have to worry if you need to during the game ... in a different way.

Or maybe you'll want to stick around for another look at this one, especially if you're female. Usually it's half-naked girls in Super Bowl commercials. Not here.

David Beckham's new ad for his H&M underwear line was just released, showing the soccer hunk wearing nothing more than "Bodywear" briefs and a smile:

With the camera utilizing more angles than the Kim Kardashian sex tape, the tattooed 36-year-old shows off his line - briefs are $12.95 and trunks $14.95, guys.

In a press release, Becks said "I'm excited about my bodywear ad featuring in this year's Super Bowl ... it's been a fantastic collaborative experience. I'm very happy with the end result. Like every fan, I'm looking forward to Super Bowl Sunday."

For Victoria Beckham, every day must feel like Super Bowl Sunday.

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A new Super Bowl ad (first announced last week with this viral tease) for the Honda CR-V features Matthew Broderick in his iconic role as Ferris Bueller himself.

The just-released full-length version, featuring Broderick as a middle-aged Ferris and playing hooky from work instead of school, is certainly a fun homage.

Directed by Todd Philips (The Hangover), the CR-V ad campaign encourages people to do things they've always wanted to do ... as Ferris famously advocated.

Keep an eye out for various Ferris Bueller's Day Off tie-ins below:

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OMG. Matthew Broderick is finally reprising his career-defining role of Ferris Bueller. That's the good news. The bad? It's only for a Super Bowl commercial.

The sequel to Ferris Bueller’s Day Off has been rumored for years, and will likely never happen. Which is probably for the best, as it could never be topped.

Perhaps a 30- or 60-second Super Bowl ad - for what, we have no idea, but a teaser for the spot appears below - is the perfect dose of Bueller in 2012.

Check out a gray-haired Matthew reenacting a famous scene below:

We don't know what's funnier, seeing Broderick as a middle-aged version of Ferris, or that we live in an age where Super Bowl commercials have their own trailers.

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The higher-ups at Volkswagen must be big Star Wars fans.

For the second straight year, the car maker is using George Lucas' epic saga as inspiration for a Super Bowl commercial. A year ago, Little Darth Vader was a huge hit.

So much so that the company released a teaser for the ad early here in 2012. The sequel, featuring a canine chorus barking a familiar tune, may be even better:

Barking along to the ominous "Imperial March" dressed as Princess Leia, Darth Vader, Chewbacca, and an Ewok, these mutts will surely get people talking.

Or howling, one might say ... see what we did right there?

The appropriate title for the spot: "The Bark Side." Amazing.

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Even if Tom Brady and the Patriots knock off the Ravens on Sunday, the quarterback may not be the most handsome man associated with Super Bowl XLVI.

That's because David Beckham - who just signed a new two-year deal to remain with the Los Angeles Galaxy of the MLS - will be featured during a second quarter commercial... in his underwear!

David Beckham H&M Ad

The spot will mark Beckham's first campaign with H&M and will support the launch of his nine-piece bodywear collection, which hits 1,800 stores nationwide on February 2. He says of the collaboration:

"With my design team we spent time working on the feel, fit and style to ensure the product is not only something I would wear but one which I would be proud to put my name to. I always want to challenge myself and this was such a rewarding experience for me. I'm very happy with the end result and I hope H&M's male customers will be as excited as I am."

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Christina Aguilera flubbed, the Black Eyes Peas lit up and, somewhere along the way, Aaron Rodgers led the Green Bay Packers to a 31-25 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers.

But in the minds of many viewers, Super Bowl XLV was all about what happened in between these events. Namely, the commercials.

From Eminem returning home to a mini version of Darth Vader using his Force, car companies came up with the most creative advertisements. In our opinion, at least. What's yours? Check out the following spots and then vote on your favorite.

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Daniel Craig. Harrison Ford. The direction of Iron Man. Teases of Olivia Wilde nude in front of a fire. THIS is how you do a movie trailer!

As one of several summer blockbusters that premiered commercials during Super Bowl XLV, Cowboy & Aliens kept it simple. The following spot featured its stars and a lot of action sequences, while keeping us guessing about the overall concept:

A bunch of cowboys do battle with an invading group of aliens?!? Consider us intrigued, and hopeful for an expanded focus on these Wilde scenes. Check out the full preview now: