Watch Keanu Reeves' Super Bowl Commercial for Squarespace

Dustin Rowles | TV | January 31, 2018

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Hi! Here’s Keanu Reeves standing on a motorcycle while it cruises down a highway, a stunt Reeves actually performed for a Super Bowl ad for Squarespace that will air on Sunday night.

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Good for Squarespace, too! That company basically grew out of advertising on podcasts, and here they are spending $5 million for 30-seconds of airtime during the biggest television event of the year. And they convinced Keanu to stand on a moving motorcycle for it!

Meanwhile, I am less enamored with the product here, but watching Peter Dinklage and Morgan Freeman rap-sync for Mt. Dew is fun.

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Screw it: While you’re here, watch the Super Bowl ad for John Krasinski’s Amazon series, Jack Ryan. It looks alright, but it sure could use more Krasinski beard.

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