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Tag Archives: trailer
I’m not sure there is a lot of overlap between Disney fans and Game of Thrones fans, but just in case, you’ll want to check out this terrific mashup trailer that recuts Frozen as if it were Game of Thrones … Continue reading
Someone took footage from the original Star Wars trilogy and made a modern movie style trailer featuring music and story beats from the Guardians of the Galaxy trailers. The result is modern day vintage awesome: It’s going to be weird … Continue reading
Welcome to a whole new galaxy and meet its new guardians. The new international trailer for Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy has tons of new footage and focuses a bit less on the comedy and more on the adventure. In … Continue reading
They say a film can be made into almost anything in the editing room. Mark Anthony Onzo has risen to that challenged and edited together a couple of trailers that re-imagine some recent Disney and Pixar animated classics as horror … Continue reading