Dec 14 2008
The new Wolverine trailer is awesome. OK, enough about that. Can we talk about the way trailers are released now?
Months ago, there was another bootleg Wolverine trailer. I’m pretty sure it was amazing, despite that I can’t be positive considering I was seeing in on a cell phone camera. The footage, which was shown at ComicCon immediately went up on YouTube, and then we waited. We waited and waited for a better quality version of it to be officially released. But that day never came. And now, we have this new trailer, which is bootlegged from some poor unfortunate soul who went to see The Day the Earth Stood Still. If you have to put a trailer of a better movie exclusively in front of your awful movie to get people to come see it, it’s time to rethink the way you do things.
WARNER BROS. RELEASE A DAMN OFFICIAL TRAILER FOR WOLVERINE ONLINE. THIS IS THE 21ST CENTURY.
Studios have to realize by now that these “exclusive” trailers end up online in a matter of hours, so why, why, why do they persist in not releasing them in official format, even for long periods after they air? OK, you showed a trailer at ComicCon two months ago, why the hell can you not put that online now? Do you think the ComicCon patrons will be upset the rest of the world gets to see what they saw….two months ago? And there is no force on this planet that could make me go see The Day the Earth Stood Still.
I swear, this thing better be on Apple Trailers by Monday or else.
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