Too Sexy? See Scarlett Johansson's Banned Super Bowl Commercial

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It all comes down to soft drink politics.

First, the Her actress was denied an Oscar nomination and now Scarlet Johansson's SodaStream Super Bowl commercial has already come to a halt. Why may you ask? Is it too provocative? Is it particularly offensive? Well, no.

In fact, the commercial is pretty boring. She teaches audiences how to use the product, disrobes to reveal a dress and drinks her SodaStream water in slow motion.

The commercial has become viral now since it is banned, but it turns out the reason you won't be seeing it in between plays is because the actress says "Sorry Coke and Pepsi."

It seems like someone is afraid to anger one of the big corporate giants because that's what made the tame ad a no-go.

Watch Scarlet Johansson's banned commercial here:  SodaStream's Banned Super Bowl Commercial Starring Scarlett Johansson

This article was originally published at Bleacher Report. Reprinted with permission from the author.


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