For decades, movie trailers have been one of the biggest ways movie studios have advertised up-coming films. Trailers are used to excite fans, reveal enticing plots, and show off advanced special effects. But in the last few years, many trailers have unintentionally spoiled key movie points. Some trailers have even had scenes in them that were edited out of the final movie, causing fan confusion. In the modern age of social technology and 24-hour news, do movie trailers do more harm to their films than they help? You maybe surprised by the views of David and Vincent.
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