Desired by some and hated by others, movie trailers are part of the ritual of anticipation that is generated at each international premiere. They serve to heat up the atmosphere, make fans nervous for the premiere, and introduce the idea of possibly being a box office success in the coming months, however, the trailers can also spoil the experience of going to the movies, since, on occasions, they have even come to burst the end.
Tom Hanks stars in this spectacular adventure in which we will experience a plane crash that leaves a FedEx employee completely abandoned on an island in the Pacific Ocean. The situation forces him to awaken his survival instinct, while trying to find a way out of there. The question is, will he succeed? Well, it seems that the trailer got us out of doubt.
The American adaptation of the famous film REC had an excellent reception, as the original Spanish version blew up the box office with its originality and terrifying staging. The film in English is incredibly similar to the original, although with the trailer they wanted to be more original, and decided to show the mythical final scene.
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
Those who had previously read the books may not have been too disappointed, but audiences eagerly awaiting the second installment of The Lord of the Rings were bitterly surprised when the official trailer revealed that Gandalf had survived the Balrog.
One of the great action movies to hit theaters in the 90s was Speed. A terrorist has planted a bomb on a bus that will explode if the bus slows or exceeds the speed of 50 miles per hour. The crew of the vehicle are forced to take control of the bus, while a police officer (Keanu Reeves) tries to save everyone. What will happen? Relax, the trailer tells you.
Why make a small preview of the film when you can make a complete summary with which to tell the viewers everything. That’s what it seems they thought with Shutter Island, since their trailer, let’s say, counts more than necessary.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2
Within the cinematic universe of Spider-Man we can find the films starring Andrew Garfield, and in one of them, we will experience the death of Gwen Stacy, something for which we did not have to wait for the film, since the trailer dropped it with some scenes and the phrase “what if something happens to you because of me?” Subtle, very subtle.
Have you come across a trailer recently that has told you more than necessary? If so, do not hesitate to leave it in the comments.