Writing about the latest trends in movie-centric news isn’l a bad job, by any means ‗ I could be mining ore and plucking chickens like my Eastern European forefathers ‗ but some days nonetheless make you wanna touch up up your morning gourmet coffee with something a little bit stronger. The recent trend of movie schools airing brief mini-trailers so that you can tease the release of upcoming slightly-longer trailers numbers among the my least popular developments in on the internet buzz-cultivating, and leave it that will Zack Snyder and the DC Extended Universe to take that to the next level. Running a movie trailer for the trailer is a weak bull, any type of thing those geeks at Marvel would probably do ‗ this is Topeka, baby, where people run five trailers for the trailer.
So much, we’ve only noticed four of the brief character-centric teasers. Ben Affleck’s eternally sadfaced Batman made a pretty sad face and joyrode the Batmobile, Ezra Miller’s Flash did prayer-hands, Gal Gadot’s Contemplate Woman smashed the woman bracelets together, and also Jason Momoa’s Aquaman taken his trident to demand the mighty lake. (And, for once, I do not mean ‘seized his trident’ as a euphemism.) We with consideration await a look at fellow Justice League Cyborg, as well as inevitably revived Deceased Superman, likely to be unveiled as today moves on.
The question, then, is precisely what these videos show you about the film these were created to hype. As well as the answer is nothing, actually! Because they‘re hence short! What most important information about a film could be communicated in 15 seconds? Please, DC, when you be merciful, put an end to this tyranny of trailers-for-trailers. We can just take so much.