Sean O'Connell, managing editor for CinemaBlend, discusses the trailers we saw for the first time during the Super Bowl. O'Connell also shares his thoughts on the first glimpse at "Solo: A Star Wars Story." He thinks the movie looks "fine" considering the issues surrounding production. Disney replaced directors Chris Miller and Phil Lord more than 80% of the way through filming, with Ron Howard stepping in. O'Connell believes Howard re-shot nearly everything and is surprised Disney didn't push back the film's release date.
O'Connell says Netflix was a big winner with their ad for "The Cloverfield Paradox." The streaming service announced the movie during the game, revealing it would be available to stream as soon as the game ended. O'Connell calls it a "serious game-changer" and the "start of the future."