Trailer #3

An original action espionage film releasing in IMAX on August 12, 2020
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May 28th, 2020, 8:23 pm
Have you guys seen New Rockstars video on the trailer? It points out things that I didn't even notice. Like in the kitchen scene the guy looks like he got hurt before JDW even touched him. And one of the guys is in the kitchen to fight JDW but he also escorts Debicki to the car? What do you guys make of this scene?
His interpretation of Inception didn't work for me.

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My own theory is that he’s trying to contact Debicki, as it seems he has been trying to reach Branagh possibly since the Ukrainian Opera House incident. Her guards get in his way and she escapes. Could be just an act and they’ve been in contact or they’ll eventually work together.

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TENET wrote:
May 25th, 2020, 9:56 pm
I've rewatched the trailer a ton of times.

The thing that amazes me is that if you've seen the first trailer and the prologue, you've seen like 75% of the trailer. I saw a few people mention how long the trailer is, but it didn't give us much new material.

I think the only significant new material beyond this was:
(1) Kitchen fight, (2) Clémence Poésy explaining things, (3) an extension of the "it hasn't happened yet" fight, (4) the plane crash tease, and (5) a bit more of Branagh/Debicki,
you're absolutely right.

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Hello, just chiming in to flex that I just came out of a TDK IMAX rerelease screening and this played before it. I know I should have expected that but I didn’t—was a pleasant surprise. My first time seeing a Nolan trailer in a movie theater, too.

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June 12th, 2020, 10:16 am
Hello, just chiming in to flex that I just came out of a TDK IMAX rerelease screening and this played before it. I know I should have expected that but I didn’t—was a pleasant surprise. My first time seeing a Nolan trailer in a movie theater, too.
oh how I envy you!

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Why am I just realizing that the shot in the trailer right before the studio logos, John David Washington is moving in reverse? I've watched the trailer countless times and I'm just noticing that now :o :lol:

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TENET wrote:
June 12th, 2020, 11:31 pm
Why am I just realizing that the shot in the trailer right before the studio logos, John David Washington is moving in reverse? I've watched the trailer countless times and I'm just noticing that now :o :lol:
that's a good catch cause it's such a quick movement before we cut to said logos. But yet again he could just be taking a step backwards and taking a breather

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DylanHoang wrote:
June 13th, 2020, 12:35 am
TENET wrote:
June 12th, 2020, 11:31 pm
Why am I just realizing that the shot in the trailer right before the studio logos, John David Washington is moving in reverse? I've watched the trailer countless times and I'm just noticing that now :o :lol:
that's a good catch cause it's such a quick movement before we cut to said logos. But yet again he could just be taking a step backwards and taking a breather
he is just taking a step back.

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Yeah I'm confused here; how is it reversed?

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Fascinating to see the numbers on youtube explode in the last few days. 12.5 million in 3 weeks.

For comparison the No Time To Die trailer, released in early december, got 15.4 million views.

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