Transcript for Doritos Super Bowl Ad Competition Offers Winners $1M
Five lucky people are battling to win dorito's biggest competition to air their homemade commercials to take home a $1 million prize. Abc's nick watt has the details. Boy, ki get some help? I don't know. Can you? I guess you don't want doritos. Reporter: This ad could just make it to the, well, super bowl of television ad-dom. [ Playing theme from "the lone ranger" ] ♪ Reporter: One of five finalists narrowed down from a record 5500 entry in this year's doritos make your own ad campaign. Top two decided by public vote will air during the super bowl for 100 million viewers, the best wins a million bucks. This contest really gives you more than 30 seconds of fame during the super bowl. It could really help, you know, launch an entire filmmaking career. Reporter: This was produced by amber and david gill. Strong competition. We wish them all the best but we also hope they lose. No. Perfect. I have two boys, sibling rivalry is big in my house and i think everyone can relate to it. Reporter: They pulled in a lot of favors. That's why if we win we'll split the prize money with all of our friends. The dog was the highest paid actor on set. Reporter: Did you actually ride the dog? No. I rode a green scene. Reporter: Casey is only 5, wants to be a movie star. Can you look happy? Can you look scared? You've got what it takes, kid. The american dream hawking cheesy chips for a whole lot of cheddar. For "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, los angeles. Nick does it again. The big game on sunday, february 2nd.
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