Jeff Bridges returns as The Dude… for new Super Bowl ad

Jeff Bridges and Sarah Jessica Parker in Stella Artois Super Bowl commercial More

Jeff Bridges and Sarah Jessica Parker in Stella Artois Super Bowl commercial More

Whelp! In a move mirroring the great Crocodile Dundee Fiasco of 2018, it turns out Bridges was merely donning the classic sweater again not for a sequel but a Super Bowl advertisement, this time for Stella Artois.

A new Super Bowl commercial for Belgian beer company Stella Artois confirms Sex And The City and The Big Lebowski occur in the same cinematic universe, which is precisely the level of inexplicability that 2019 requires. That 30-second ad, also from the Mother agency, featured Matt Damon, Water.org's co-founder.

For every six-pack sold, Stella funds six months of clean water to one person in the developing world.

Bridges believes The Dude would approve of the beverage switch up because, "El Duderino would want to do the right thing", the actor told Maxim.

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Parker starred as the fashionable Bradshaw on the hit television series "Sex in the City". As Bridges had spoken in the past about wanting to do a Lebowski sequel, the teaser had some fans anticipating the announcement of a new film.

Parker said she and Bridges enjoyed having their characters meet up.

Bradshaw is known for her love of Cosmopolitan cocktails on the hit TV show, while The Dude is synonymous with his penchant for White Russians.

Sharing the clip online, Parker said: "Carrie may have changed drinks, but it's for the cause!" "People associate those characters without us literally playing them".

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