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Movies PopWrapped | Movies

Twitter On Trailers: Lego Batman Movie, Wonder Woman, & T2 Trainspotting

Matt Mitchell | PopWrapped Author

Matt Mitchell

Staff Writer
@thecultofpop
11/23/2016 7:07 pm
PopWrapped | Movies
Twitter On Trailers: Lego Batman Movie, Wonder Woman, & T2 Trainspotting | Trailers
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Twitter is an amazing place, but can also be a terrible blackhole of negativity at times. Without being asked, people will give their opinions on anything and everything. When movie trailers are released, fans can share their feelings with millions of others also looking forward to a movie, or they can spout inappropriate nonsense about trailers, upsetting creators who spent lots of time and money on a project. Either way, tweets about trailers are a great way to gauge the buzz for any particular film.

Earlier this month, three major film trailers dropped: The Lego Batman Movie, Wonder Woman, and T2 Trainspotting. This is how Twitter reacted.

Twitter On Trailers

The Lego Batman Movie

There was tons and tons of excitement over this trailer (which I absolutely share). It seems fan expectations are high, but, with this cast, I know they can deliver.

I shared a similar experience to @lleeron. Finally a YouTube ad that I don't want to skip. Normally 3 minute ads are the absolute worst, but not in this case.

Others were less enthusiastic about seeing a Lego Batman. At least @duke86fan gave a reason for his apprehension.

One consensus seemed to be reached by the majority of tweeters, which was thatm based on trailers, The Lego Batman Movie is going to be the best film made based on a DC character.

Wonder Woman

Much like @Footz, I was expecting the worst of Twitter in reaction to the Wonder Woman trailer.

However, I was pleasantly surprised to find lots of excited fans and no trolls spewing hate (like many other trailers).

Again, fans are hopeful that there will finally be a good DCEU film, and they talked some trash about Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad.

As with many trailers, there was some doubt but not a lot (hence having to use a French tweet as an example).

One point that worried fans was that, despite how good this trailer was, the film could be hampered by the forced romance story.

However, that romance is with Steve Trevor played by Chris Pine and that is bound to please some ladies out there.

T2 Trainspotting

Twitter fans immediately called out the silly sequel title. Why not just Trainspotting 2?

And of course, it was pointed out how T2 reminds fans of another beloved film.

Many fans are rightly worried about many a sequel to a classic film and hoping it doesn't let down the original.

The same feelings were shared by others hearing rumors of a Trainspotting sequel, but they were convinced by the trailer.

Other than some gentle ribbing and concern for sullying the original, it was all excitement for T2 Trainspotting.

Which of these trailers was your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!


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