Each year the Super Bowl brings us spectacular football, one hell of a half-time show, and more epic movie trailers that you can shake a stick at. This year was no exception, and if you missed them (or you just need to see them all again) we've done you a favour and put them all in one easy-to-watch-on-repeat place. Here!
Scroll to your hearts content and watch every single movie trailer from this year's Super Bowl, including Captain America: Civil War and more...
Captain America: Civil War
Sides are taken and battle lines are drawn in this brief, action packed teaser of the upcoming Marvel superhero film.
10 Cloverfield Lane
Nope, still no idea what the hell is going on in this movie. Is it a sequel? A spinoff? Something else entirely? This delightfully cryptic trailer answers none of that.
Disney's The Jungle Book
The live-actioning of Disney's animated film properties continues, this time with The Jungle Book, directed by Jon Favreau (Iron Man).
Matt Damon is back as the eponymous special agent, with an all new sequel slated to hit theaters this year.
The Merc With a Mouth gives us one last sneak peek before his cinematic debut this Friday with this "Superb Owl" teaser.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows
The turtles are back, and this time, they're doing battle with Krang, the sentient brain-person thing with a penchant for world domination.
Independence Day: Resurgence
Earth is under attack from aliens once again, and a new teaser trailer for this summer's Independence Day sequel shows that they've received a few upgrades to their city-destroying arsenal.
Lots of global devastation on display in this X-Men Apocalypse trailer - which makes sense, considering Professor X and his team of mutants are facing off against their greatest foe yet.
The Secret Life of Pets
Talking cartoon animals head-banging to System of a Down? OK, sure, let's see whatcha got.
Gods of Egypt
Stop me if you've heard this one before: a musclebound Gerard Butler kicks butt in a fantastical version of antiquity. This time, it's Egypt.
Eddie the Eagle
Watch football players talk about how much they loved the inspiring tale of how Wolverine helps a dorky British guy became a ski jumping champion.