Vaughn and Brady appeared in the first teaser for the upcoming BetMGM commercial on Thursday
Vaughn, 53, and Brady, 46, appeared together in the first teaser trailer for the ad on Thursday.
In the comedy trailer, Vaughn and Brady get set to address the camera about the ad but then Vaughn keeps recommending that Brady move further and further over so the camera can get a better shot. Ultimately, the seven-time Super Bowl champion finds himself standing off screen.
“One more big step?" Vaughn tells Brady. "And perfect.”
“This feels personal,” Brady responds.
The 15-second clip is a set up for a longer commercial that will run during Super Bowl LVIII on Feb. 11 on CBS.
Gretzky, 62, will join Vaughn and Brady for the longer spot, the company tells PEOPLE.
Matt Prevost, BetMGM’s Chief Revenue Officer, said in a statement that their commercial will put the brand “front and center of the largest audience in sports” during the Super Bowl in Vegas.
“We couldn’t be happier with the talent we have assembled for the ad, and the connection they have to our brand,” Prevost said.
“Filming the first ever @BetMGM Big Game ad didn’t go as planned,” Brady joked in a tweet on Thursday. “Find out why on 2.11.24."
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The Super Bowl is the year's biggest ad buy for companies looking to get their products in front of viewers on live television. Advertisers typically spend millions on in-game advertisements for during the event.
Last year, The Associated Press reported that a handful of 30-second Super Bowl spots sold to ad buyers for more than $7 million. Most, according to the AP’s report, sold between $6 million and $7 million.
The campaign featuring Vaughn, Brady and Gretzky is being promoted as a “three-part, star-studded” advertising venture that will feature the “never-before-seen pairing of Tom Brady and Wayne Gretzky,” arguably considered the greatest athletes to ever play football and hockey, respectively.
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