…or do all Hollywood trailers look the same? I’ve just watched the ones for the new Narnia and the new Pirates of the Carribbean, and was bored about halfway through.
(only positive point in Pirates looks to be the return of Geoffrey Rush, whom I’ve always loved. I hope they don’t bungle his part).
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No, it’s not just you… http://www.cracked.com/blog/why-new-green-lantern-movie-looks-so-familiar/>
It’s almost like there was some All Employee email in Hollywood that gave everyone a template they had to use.
Oh, lol. Love the detailed analysis. Thanks for the link!
I’d have to say the template’s welcome is wearing pretty thin…
I just like to keep telling myself that the more stale it becomes, the harder and longer the backlash is going to be. It gets me through the night 🙂
Interesting… Maybe I should try that. (not that it keeps me from sleeping at night, mind you)