Stop Teasing Me

stop-teasing-me-blog-image-lowThe current trend for trailing films so far in advance of their release dates seems to be defeating the object, in fact several objects.

Rather than whetting our appetites so that we’re desperate to pay to see the film on opening weekend, the studios are inadvertently providing spoilers in trailers and teaser trailers and other endless snippets that are drip fed onto the internet.

Almost makes you feels sorry for directors, who are already under enough pressure as it is, to create and complete the film and then their first month’s shooting has to be taken up with the scenes that are required for the first teaser trailer, rather than shooting the scenes in sequence as they might otherwise have done.

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