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Ben Affleck’s Dunkin’ Super Bowl Ad Gets Extended Cut Treatment As He Forms Boy Band With Matt Damon & Tom Brady

An extended cut of Ben Affleck’s Super Bowl commercial has dropped. The spot for Dunkin’ features the star’s full journey to pop stardom, assembling the boy band The DunKings.

In the spot, Affleck enlists fellow Bostonian Matt Damon and former New England Patriots star Tom Brady to form a boy band.

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The extended cut begins with Affleck watching the news, where they call him “The Boredest Man In The World,” poking fun at his facial expressions when he’s out at events with his wife, J.Lo.

Affleck, with donuts in hand, gets inspired to drop some beats and viewers see the whole process the actor took to come up with The DunKings concept.

Charli D’Amelio makes a cameo as Affleck confronts her with a clip from an interview in which she is asked if she knows who the actor is.

“Oh! Jennifer Lopez’s husband, that’s cool,” D’Amelio says.

Affleck takes some cues from D’Amelio on how to dance to do some “influencing” on social media.

“She comes by my spot, don’t asks for permission. Now I’m just going to go in there and show her what I can do,” Affleck tells Jack Harlow about his idea of crashing into Jennifer Lopez’s recording session.

Harlow tries to impede Affleck from doing so by telling him to listen to “the voice of reason,” telling Affleck it’s a bad idea.

Lopez is then seen in the recording studio working on her latest album titled This Is Me… Now. Affleck then musters up the courage and crashes the session with “the Boston massacre — The DunKings.”

“Sometimes it’s really hard to be your friend, man,” Damon says after Affleck introduced him.

The DunKings then perform in front of J.Lo and Fat Joe, leaving Lopez perplexed and telling Affleck, “We’ve talked about this.”

Affleck gives up and leaves the studio but Lopez asks Brady to stay.

The full song titled “Don’t Dunk Away at My Heart!” will be released on Dunkin’s socials on Valentine’s Day.

Watch the extended cut of the Dunkin’ Super Bowl commercial above.

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