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Friday, February 5, 2021

Samara from ‘The Ring’ Appears in Paramount+ Super Bowl Commercial You Can Watch Right Now [Video]

It’s a sight we never thought we’d see. Samara dancing, while Beavis & Butthead look on. It’s a sight, perhaps, we never should’ve seen. But here we are. And that’s the Super Bowl for ya.

Ahead of this Sunday’s Super Bowl, the commercial for the Paramount+ streaming service has made its way online, uniting various characters and actors together in the Shared Paramount Universe that is Paramount+. The ad brings them all together on the top of “Paramount Mountain,” a place where Tom Selleck and Samara from The Ring can share a drink.

A magical place, we assume, that Jason Voorhees is bummed he wasn’t invited to.

Pop culture, folks. It’s a weird thing. You can watch the Paramount+ ad down below.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/videos/3651018/samara-ring-appears-paramount-super-bowl-commercial-can-watch-right-now-video/

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