Like so many others I am becoming a broken record on the issue of what trailers show and how long they are. In my opinion it's disgraceful and it detours audiences away, instead of bringing them in.
When you start to watch this new movie trailer, you might have the same reaction as I did and be intrigued and highly excited to see this film. Until the point where the trailer shows us how the third act will play out. Which begs the question.. Why ruin it?
This is really one of the strongest issues hurting the medium of cinema today. I don't think anybody with in their right mind can be for longer trailers and the revealment of so much detail and integral plot information, before we've even seen the damn film.
director: Denis Villeneuve
starring: Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Viola Davis, Maria Bello, Terrence Howard and Paul Dano