Theater movie trailers
Does anyone else think that the theater experience has been lessened just a bit by the fact that all of the "new" movie trailers that are shown on opening night having already been dropped on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, etc. and have talked about by everyone weeks before the theater shows them?
I remember one of the more exciting things about going to see a big blockbuster in theaters was seeing the big new trailers for movies I had no idea were being released soon, or in some instances- I had no idea were even being made. Now when I see a big new trailer for essentially any movie, I'm thinking "Yeah I saw that Guardians of the Galaxy 2 trailer where Kurt Russell shows up at the end like 2 weeks ago. And I already know the character he's playing because every official media website has reported it, including the director and producers in interviews"
In listening to the first-run Bald Movies, it sounds like Jim and A-ron don't pay as much attention to all of the trailers and spoiler'ish movie info being dropped on youtube and the internet, so it's new to them when they see it in the theaters and discuss it. Which is enviable in some ways.
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