- n. Plural form of trailer.
“The music in trailers is NEVER the music in the film, with exception to a handful of huge-budget flicks.”
“You'd think the studio would release an improved trailer after the bad buzz from the first, but if the "funny" stuff in the trailers is the creme de la creme of that movie, then I can't imagine just how awful the movie would be.”
“One stop, everything you need to know about book trailers, is in her book.”
“Even through the bitter winters, others live in trailers off Highway 2.”
“Is there a tool or program that can be used for grabbing trailers from the internet?”
“Maybe he can establish a "Cash for RV's" program and the taxpayer can all buy back the Katrina trailers from the people they were given to in New Orleans.”
“Rounding out the Universal movie trailers is one for "Despicable Me," a 3-D CG-animated flick about super villains.”
“Not everyone sees the movies that have certain trailers attached to them.”
“That is why Michael Bay, following the advice of Steven Spielberg, did not reveal the full transformation process of the Autobots or Decepticons in trailers for the first Transformers and it is also why Christopher Nolan routinely issues a strict gag order to the cast and crew of his films.”
“And you do now that lenght in trailers varies, right?”
Looking for tweets for trailers.