Iron Man trailer to be adapted into full-length film
Iron Man marketing campaign...
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Total Votes : 13
Posted: Tue, 15th Apr 2008, 8:42am
Post 1 of 6
The Onion has put up an amusing commentary
on the Iron Man
publicity blitz. They raise an interesting point - after the deluge of trailers, teasers, TV spots and clips of entire scenes, are there any surprises left in the film? Has the marketing effectively ruined the film's chance of being an entertaining and fresh experience?
Posted: Tue, 15th Apr 2008, 1:49pm
Post 2 of 6
It is possible that they've shown too much. In fact leaving no surprises.
However one actor that I'm looking forward that I have not seen is Jeff Bridges, and I am looking forward to his involvement in this.
Posted: Tue, 15th Apr 2008, 2:22pm
Post 3 of 6
As I'm pretty sure this film will be quite awesome, I've tried to stay away from various film clips and TV spots (only watched the first teaser trailer, the superbowl spot and the theatrical trailer). Still feels like I've seen quite a lot, and it'd be pretty hilarious if someone cut together pretty much the entire film using just Iron Man publicity material.
Posted: Wed, 16th Apr 2008, 2:21pm
Post 4 of 6
Yeah, I've avoided any trailers and teasers as well.
Posted: Thu, 17th Apr 2008, 12:38am
Post 5 of 6
only watched one trailer so I should be alright.
Posted: Thu, 17th Apr 2008, 2:32am
Post 6 of 6
All I know about Iron Man is that it's about Robert Downey Jr blowing things up and, from the looks of the trailer, fighting someone else who's also dressed like Iron Man.
That video is hilarious.