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?

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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.

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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.

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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!

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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:

Pepsi Max ran some ... interesting Super Bowl commercials last night. All the taste, no calories ... part humor. Some of the spots were better than others.

While some ads went for a star-studded smash (see Best Buy, Bieber) or just to get their names out there, Pepsi Max opted for these standard, slapstick gags.

Three weeks prior to Super Bowl XLV, Justin Bieber Tweeted that he was filming a commercial, couldn't really tell followers what it entailed, but "when you guys find out it's gonna be funny as heck."

We found out last night. And the singer was correct. How so? This photo pretty much says it all.