My Movie News blog over at the Syracuse New Times site this week takes a minute or two to discuss a topic that’s without a doubt a sore point.
The long movie trailer. Too much. Much much too much.
I found two stories about a trailer that runs 72 minutes.
It’s for a movie titled “Ambiance,” an artsy thing, if you will, a blockbuster, the whole darn block, a city, a country …
Anyway, this movie, due to come out in 2020, will be 720 hours long. Which I suppose makes the trailer kind of, well, puny.
Also coming up in this week’s installment of the blog over there, is my take on the word that Disney is going to take Dumbo into the realm of their animation to real-life.
And they’ve hired Ehren Kruger, who wrote the “Transformer” franchise, to take the elephant from 1941 to today. I say …
If you’d like to read my piece at the Syracuse New Times site, click the link below.
At what point of a 72-minute trailer do you think you might get antsy? At what point of a 720-hour movie do you think you might need your first potty break? At what point do you think Dumbo may turn into a diesel truck?