Dear 20th Century Fox & Warner Bros: Just Release The Damn Trailers


San Diego Comic Con took place over the weekend, and despite Marvel Studios no appearing, it gave us a whole lot of awesome stuff to see! So why won’t they just release all the leaked trailers/footage?

In the age that we’re in we can basically get anything we want from any event. Social media has made it very easy to find that kind of information. It’s so critical for studios to keep projects secret so that things don’t get too spoiled, and therefore no one goes to the movies. However, when major movies due out in a year or less premier trailers, why not just post them online?

Obviously by now you know that Big Rich has beef with Comic Con. Rightfully so. So we got to see the new trailer for “Batman v Superman.” Awesome job by Warner Bros. for getting it out there for the fans, and not just 100 people in one room. But I think they dropped the ball with “Suicide Squad.” All we got to see was cell phone footage of the trailer – which has since been taken down. Same goes for “X-Men: Apocalypse” and also “Deadpool.”

I was going to post the leaked “Deadpool” trailer, but I would really like to see it in better quality before totally geeking out. Even Ryan Reynolds wants us all to see the Comic Con footage.

Do we need any more proof that Reynolds is the coolest? No way.

So all I’m saying is that these trailers are already floating out there. Why not let the millions of other fans who don’t live in or around San Diego have a real look?

JUST SHOW US THE DAMN TRAILERS!

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About BJ Ragone

Just a man with a computer, smartphone and a ridiculous amount of pop culture knowledge.

Posted on July 13, 2015, in Entertainment, Movies and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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