For those that are still on the fence about watching “future” commercials, here are a few examples of a few of the latest types of commercials we see in the mainstream media.
One example is the recent commercial starring Chris Martin and John Cusack, in which they’re both promoting their upcoming movie, “The Dark Knight Rises”. The trailer is fairly well done. The main problem is that the trailers for most of these commercials are so bad. They’re so bad that it’s like the commercial for the most recent episode of “The Office” by way of “The Sopranos”. That’s the problem, people.
The commercials for the new movie The Dark Knight Rises just look awful. Theyre so bad that its like The Office by way of The Sopranos. Thats the problem, people. The problem is because if you watch the trailer, it doesnt actually look like what the commercial is about.
The trailers are so bad, in fact, that they usually turn up as the full-length trailers on news sites. When you see a trailer, it takes almost no effort to find the full-length trailer of the same commercial. Thats the problem.
I think the commercials for the new Batman movie look a lot better, but to be honest, you can’t really see much of what’s going on either in the trailers. I don’t know why, I just can’t. It’s like the commercials for the new The Dark Knight Rises movie which were never released in theaters.
I think this is because most trailers have the full-length footage, but I think a lot of the trailers that do have the full-length footage are for commercials or other videos that aren’t ready to be shown in theaters yet. The same goes for commercials that have no footage, or for commercials that are shown in trailers only.
Well, it could be that they want to have the trailers ready to show in theaters when they are released. I dont know…
It could just be that trailers are usually released before the full-length footage, because the trailers generally contain snippets that we can use to fill in the blanks.
Of course, if the trailers are finished before the full-length footage, then the trailers would probably have to be uploaded before the full-length footage.
This could be the case because trailers are often used to fill in the blanks in the footage. In particular trailers are used to show off special effects or special effects that are not shown in the full-length footage. The trailers for a movie also can be used to showcase the characters or the plot.