Monday, February 6, 2012

Matthew Broderick Super Bowl Commercial 2012

Possibly the most controversial Super Bowl spot, Matthew Broderick’s Ferris Bueller–inspired ad features the now middle-aged actor revisiting the film that made him a young superstar

Broderick told New York magazine that he hesitated in accepting the role

“I guess I’m part of a virus,” he said in regard to the nearly 13 million views the two-and-a-half-minute commercial has gained on YouTube. But some Bueller fanatics were less than pleased with the changes made to accommodate the ad, namely the switch from a Ferrari to a minivan and the fact that it wasn’t shot in Chicago.

Watch the video below and feel free to comment.

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