It goes without saying these days that one of the highlights of the Super Bowl every year are the big budget, balls to the wall commercials that come out, pimping everything from Doritos to cars to farmers and, of course, the big, upcoming summer movies. It’s a launching pad as big as San Diego Comic-Con – actually, much bigger, since millions are watching, so when you make a Super Bowl commercial, you make it big. The spots cost millions of dollars for just a few seconds – you really have to impress to get your money’s worth. Perhaps the most anticipated movie trailer set to debut during the Super Bowl was from this May’s Iron Man 3. With a release date so close, the film undoubtedly has a lot of film in the can (or digital files in the computer), and while there is no doubt tons of work still to be done, they could probably create a masterful and crazy exciting trailer. So why didn’t they?