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Super Bowl Spots for '21 Jump Street' and 'Safe House' Unleashed

February 6, 2012 (8:07 am) GMT
While the '21 Jump Street' ad is filled with more funny scenes featuring Jonah Hill, the 'Safe House' sneak peek is loaded with high-octane actions involving Ryan Reynolds and Denzel Washington.

Rounding up the list of movies that unveiled their Super Bowl spots on Sunday, February 5, "" and "" also debuted their promo videos during the annual football championship event. While the ad for the former film is studded with hilarious scenes, the sneak peek for the latter one is jam-packed with high-octane actions.

The Super Bowl ad for "21 Jump Street" presents funny scenes, including the one that sees squeezing an old lady's mouth when she nearly uncovers the fact that he is an undercover police. It additionally shows Hill and feeling awkward when being surrounded by high school students' antics.

The remake of 's 1980s hit TV show is due to open wide in the U.S. on March 16, four days after it is premiered at the 2012 South by Southwest Film Conference and Festival. The story is about two cops who are sent to do undercover work in high schools and colleges to catch troubled youths.

"Safe House" Super Bowl commercial, meanwhile, is loaded with plenty of action scenes featuring and . More scenes involving intense battle on the city streets and Washington showing off his martial art skills are included in the short sneak peek.

To open wide in the U.S. on February 10, the action film centers on a young housesitter of a CIA-run safe house. The housesitter, played by Reynolds, must help the criminal, played by Washington, who's being hidden in the safe house as they flee to another secure facility when the first house is destroyed by villains who want them dead.

In addition to "21 Jump Streets" and "Safe House", other movies that have their promos aired during Super Bowl telecast were "", "", "", "", "", "", "" as well as "".

"21 Jump Street" Super Bowl spot:


"Safe House" Super Bowl spot:


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