The Her actress's spot will air during the Super Bowl on Sunday

By Mary Margaret
January 27, 2014 09:25 AM
Credit: Peter Yang

On the field, the Super Bowl may be all about men in tights and pads, but when it comes to the commercials during the big game, one rule is clear: sexiness sells.

In a new spot for SodaStream, Scarlett Johansson will spice things up between plays.

Dressed in a white robe, Johansson starts the spot (which will air this Sunday) by explaining, “Like most actors, my real job is saving the world.”

She whips up a drink with a SodaStream and points out that it uses “less sugar, less bottles.”

“If only I could make this message go viral,” she says before disrobing, revealing a figure-skimming black dress and taking a sip of her soda in sexy slow-motion.

The Her actress is the company’s new Global Brand Ambassador – a role she was made for.

“I have been pushing SodaStream to my family for years. I buy it for my friends as housewarming gifts and I have it everywhere I go,” she told PEOPLE. “When I film I have it in my trailer and they outfit the whole craft service table with it. I have it everywhere just because I love it so much.”

The commercial is also a call to arms for greener living, an aspect of the brand Johansson specifically related with.

Says CEO Daniel Birnbaum: “With this Super Bowl commercial, we are presenting a challenge to the American people that you can make your own soda at home that is better for you and the planet.”