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Ben Affleck attempts pop stardom in Dunkin’ commercial

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Ben Affleck pulls off a few star-studded moves in the most recent Dunkin’ advertisement.

The commercial featuring the Oscar-winning actor premiered during Sunday’s Super Bowl and features Affleck showcasing his pop music chops. In the ad, Affleck is also accompanied by his wife and megastar Jennifer Lopez and friends Matt Damon, Tom Brady, Jack Harlow, and Fat Joe.

In the now-viral commercial, Affleck, Damon, and Brady donned track suits, which will be available for purchase at Dunkin’ on Monday. The trio undergoes a transformation to become the “The DunKings” pop stars, much to the skepticism of Lopez, Harlow, and Fat Joe.

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The commercial sees Affleck declaring, “What up punks? For your consideration, here comes the Boston massacre, The DunKings!” He is also accompanied by Brady who demonstrates his keyboard skills. Damon, on the other hand, stands to the side and confesses to Affleck, “Sometimes it’s really hard to be your friend.”

The fun and lively video showcased Dunkin drink options and left viewers with a good laugh. The ad ultimately culminated in Affleck saying “chill,” as they learn that Dunkin’ will soon release a drink named after them.

Overall, Affleck nails his role in the ad, proving himself as a versatile actor and a good sport. The star-studded commercial marks a pivotal moment in the Dunkin’ Cinematic Universe, providing viewers with a fun and light-hearted Super Bowl ad to remember.

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Cecelia Chintoh
Cecelia Chintohhttp://ighanaian.com/journalist/cecelia
I'm Cecelia Chintoh, a Ghanaian blogger with many years of experience in the field of journalism. I'm an Editor at Ghanafuo.com, and currently the Lifestyle and Entertainment Editor at iGhanaian.com. I love to write about random stuff, but particularly about my lifestyle and opinions.
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