Deceptive Movie Trailers
In a world where movies rely on marketing more than ever to connect with audiences, one podcast aims to make sense of it all…
What’s in this episode?
Movie trailers don’t always paint an accurate picture. But when do they cross the line?
On today’ episode we’re talking about deceptive movie trailers. Why? Because a brief, seemingly simple moment from the trailer for the 2019 movie “Yesterday” could change the way Hollywood cuts trailers moving forward…
- In December of 2022, a federal judge ruled that movie studios can be sued under false advertising laws if they release deceptive movie trailers
- We love movie trailers, but we too have been burned by trailers selling movies that aren’t always what they seem
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MARKETING CATEGORY – MOVIE TRAILERS
Movie trailers are the central focus for movie studios when they’re marketing movies to audiences. When we discuss movies on MOMA, we’ll often have the accompanying trailers here for listeners to watch as a visual reference. Follow along when listening to this podcast episode and form your own opinion.