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Yellow Gets the Starring Role in M&M's Super Bowl Spot Character is abducted in the teaser

A year after the Red M&M belted out Meat Loaf's "I'd Do Anything for Love (but I Won't Do That)," it's Yellow's turn to take the spotlight during the Super Bowl.

The Mars candy brand just released a teaser for its 30-second spot, set to air in the first half of the Feb. 2 broadcast. Not much is revealed, aside from some aerobics and an abduction via tranquilizer dart.

The spot, from BBDO New York, will promote peanut M&M's.

"It's about time we remind the world how irresistible M&M's Peanut really is," Seth Klugherz, senior director of M&M's Chocolate Candies, said in a statement. "Each M&M's Peanut is literally 1 in 100—meaning we have to sort through 100 different peanuts, just to find one that's lucky enough to make its way into a bag of M&M's Peanut."

CREDITS
Client: Mars/M&M's
Title: "Abduction"

Agency: BBDO, New York
Chief Creative Officer: David Lubars
Executive Creative Directors: Tim Bayne, Lauren Connolly
Senior Art Director: Eduardo Petersen
Art Director: Jamie McCelland
Copywriter: Roberto Danino
Senior Producer: Regina Iannuzzi
Producer: Sofia Doktori

Senior Account Director: Susannah Keller
Account Director: Carrie Lipper
Account Manager: Tani Nelson
Account Executive: Alyce Regan

Production Company, Visual Effects: Laika, House
Executive Producer, President: Lourri Hammack
Director: Kirk Kelly
Producers: Zilpha Yost, Julie Ragland
Editing House: PS260
Editors: Maury Loeb, Ned Borgman
Assistant Editors: Matt Posey, Colin Edelman
Senior Producer: Laura Patterson

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