We teased this last week, and the full commercial is now here. Matthew Broderick is no longer in his early 20s and isn't going to be taking a role as a high school student any time soon, but he's re-hashed his role in Ferris Bueller's Day Off in order to help sell sport utility vehicles. The teaser didn't indicate the product that Ferris would be endorsing, but unsurprisingly, the full version of the commercial features a prominently placed product that someone would like to convince you to purchase. Surprise!
Here's the full Ferris Bueller Super Bowl commercial for the Honda CR-V.
This car appears to be a bit less effective at hitting triple-digit speeds, then getting airborne than Cameron's father's Ferrari. The commercial should debut on broadcast television at some point on Super Bowl Sunday, during the extensive infinity-hour long broadcast.
Be sure to check out Super Bowl ads from previous years that would never air in 2012.