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2018 Super Bowl Previews Tease "Avengers: Infinity War," "Solo: A Star Wars Story"

What do you think was the most memorable part of last night’s Super Bowl? The live meme generator that was Justin Timberlake’s halftime performance? The big reveal of a new “Cloverfield” movie? Perhaps even the game itself? 

Mine might be “Dwayne Johnson dangling from a window upside down with a prosthetic leg,” which can only mean that the joys of the summer movie season are coming soon. With glimpses at the likes of Johnson’s new movie “Skyscraper” or various franchise bonanzas, last night's ad blitz offered a sense of the big movies headed our way in just a few months. To catch up on, or to get even more excited for these titles, (from "Avengers: Infinity War" to "A Quiet Place" to "Solo: A Star Wars Story") we’ve got all the trailers in one place, below. 

A note about the previews: if the movie already had a trailer available before last night, we included the Super Bowl TV spot. And if they debuted a teaser last night but released a trailer this morning, (like with “Solo: A Star Wars Story”) we’ve provided the full one.

"Avengers: Infinity War" 


"Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" 


"Mission: Impossible - Fallout" 


"A Quiet Place" 


"Red Sparrow"


"Skyscraper" 


"Solo: A Star Wars Story" 

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