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The articles behind the movies:
Coyote Ugly trailer
The Bling Ring trailer
Adaptation trailer
Saturday Night Fever trailer
The Fast and the Furious trailer
Blue Crush trailer
The Insider trailer
The Perfect Storm trailer
Shattered Glass trailer
Argo trailer
Fast Times at Ridgemont High trailer [more inside]
posted by Grandysaur on Nov 25, 2017 - 33 comments

Moustache, on a train. With a twist.

A trailer has been released for of Murder on the Orient Express. Directed by, and starring as Hercule Poirot, is actor and director Kenneth Branagh, sporting what might be his most impressive moustache since the last time he rode on a train with a big accent. [more inside]
posted by monopas on Jun 2, 2017 - 69 comments

In a world...

It’s been hailed as a “bone-crushing 6 minutes of awesome” by Adweek and “so spot-on, you’ll want to watch it twice” by Crushable. Slate calls it the “epic movie mashup to end all movie mashups” and Canada.com dubs it the “greatest, most epic movie trailer ever made.” Thing is, it’s not actually a movie trailer. It’s lots and lots and lots of movie trailers. [via Time]
posted by wensink on Aug 4, 2013 - 86 comments


Behold, from Ghollywood: 2016; 12:00 1,2&3
posted by troll on Dec 23, 2011 - 10 comments

The Avengers...Sweded!

THE AVENGERS Trailer... Sweded!(via). The original trailer. [more inside]
posted by AElfwine Evenstar on Oct 19, 2011 - 38 comments

"The Following PREVIEW Has Been Approved ONLY for age-appropriate internet users."

Nearly all movie trailers shown in theaters, and on the web, come with a so-called green tag, saying they are approved for all audiences, or a red tag, saying they are approved for only restricted audiences. Since 2000, many theaters will not run red tag trailers; Warner Brothers will not make red tag trailers, and Universal Pictures has not ran one in theaters since "American Pie" in 1999. Wishing to show audiences more "edgy" previews, the producers are looking to the internet.

Rob Zombie’s “Halloween” remake became the first to display a new yellow tag, signaling that the movie was rated PG-13 or above, and the preview was “approved only for age-appropriate Internet users” — mandatd by the MPAA as visitors to sites either frequented mainly by grown-ups (as determined by Web Demographic reports) or accessible only between 9 p.m. and 4 a.m.

This August’s
“Superbad” (autoplay music...) has an R-rated, red tag internet trailer, which MPAA regulations require a viewer to pass an age-verification test, in which the viewer 17 and older has to match their name, birthday and ZIP code against public government records on file." [via nytimes.com]
posted by pwb503 on Jun 24, 2007 - 67 comments

Big in a New Light

Remember that Shining trailer from a few weeks back? Now they've done it with Big. (embedded WMV)
posted by adrober on Dec 1, 2005 - 46 comments

shrek 2

Shrek 2: The First Five Minutes. Forget trailers; this is the future.
posted by reklaw on May 22, 2004 - 47 comments

"Version 1 is always the most elegant, most evocative trailer that is ever created -- and the one that is never released."

The New York Times has an interesting look at the process of making movie trailers, with Signs as an example (minor spoilers).
posted by kirkaracha on Aug 5, 2002 - 14 comments

Lord of the Rings Trailer released...wow

Lord of the Rings Trailer released...wow is it something. I wasn't too sure about this one before (Liv Tyler as Arwen? Oy...), and, while the acting may suck, it looks like it's going to be quite a spectacle.
posted by RakDaddy on Apr 7, 2000 - 15 comments

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