Fox released a new trailer for “Unfinished Business” during the Super Bowl pre-game show on Sunday, and the clip instructed viewers to check out the red-band version over at IGN. There, fans can see a similar promo for the comedy about three businessmen, only with more swears and explicit content. Starring Vince Vaughn, Tom Wilkinson, Dave Franco, Sienna Miller and James Marsden, “Unfinished Business” is out on March 6. Watch the NFSW trailer below.

Fox released a new trailer for “Unfinished Business” during the Super Bowl pre-game show on Sunday, and the clip instructed viewers to check out the red-band version over at IGN. There, fans can see a similar promo for the comedy about three businessmen, only with more swears and explicit content. Starring Vince Vaughn, Tom Wilkinson, Dave Franco, Sienna Miller and James Marsden, “Unfinished Business” is out on March 6. Watch the NFSW trailer below.

The 2015 Super Bowl Commercials You Need To See

For the not-so-sports-obsessed people out there, Super Bowl XLIX is as much about the newest buzz-worthy commercials as it is about the Patriots and the Seahawks.

But for those of you who use those breaks from the game to, you know, eat wings or deal with non-football-related responsibilities, we’ve compiled the 2015 Super Bowl commercials you need to see.

As is common practice in the age of the Internet, many companies released their spots in the days and weeks leading up to the game. We’ll continue to add to what we’ve already assembled below as the new never-before-seen ads air Sunday night.

Happy commercial-viewing, and, uh, go team!

Why Apple keeps winning in style

Technically Incorrect: As technology becomes more fixated on fashion, the maker of the iPhone and the Apple Watch is well placed to take advantage.

Why Apple keeps winning in style

Technically Incorrect: As technology becomes more fixated on fashion, the maker of the iPhone and the Apple Watch is well placed to take advantage.

Think it’s pretty ridiculous that Super Bowl commercials seem to only cater to men? So does “Saturday Night Live.”

On Saturday’s J.K. Simmons-hosted episode, “SNL” poked fun at prevailing assumptions about the Super Bowl and gender roles with a fake Totino’s Pizza Rolls ad. In the sketch, Vanessa Bayer plays a housewife whose sole purpose is to warm up pizza rolls while her husband and his friends gather around the television to watch the big game.

When there is nothing for Beyer to cook, she’s conveniently supplied with a Totino’s activity packet that includes an array of cheap children’s toys to keep her occupied. Because she’d never be interested in actually watching the game, right? Right.

Think it’s pretty ridiculous that Super Bowl commercials seem to only cater to men? So does “Saturday Night Live.”

On Saturday’s J.K. Simmons-hosted episode, “SNL” poked fun at prevailing assumptions about the Super Bowl and gender roles with a fake Totino’s Pizza Rolls ad. In the sketch, Vanessa Bayer plays a housewife whose sole purpose is to warm up pizza rolls while her husband and his friends gather around the television to watch the big game.

When there is nothing for Beyer to cook, she’s conveniently supplied with a Totino’s activity packet that includes an array of cheap children’s toys to keep her occupied. Because she’d never be interested in actually watching the game, right? Right.