02/05/11 9.5

The footage of a movie trailer is usually the footage from the film itself, but this is not always the case. Certain trailers use specially shot footage never intended to be in the film. The most notable use of this, is the trailer for the movie Spiderman. The trailer is an entire action scene, specially shot. It involves escaping bank robbers being caught in a web between the World Trade Centres two towers. Though this was pulled from cinemas after the events of 9/11

another fun fact

Fun Fact: All movie trailers have to be two and a half minutes. This is maximum time allowed by the MPAA. Each studio or distributor is allowed to exceed this time once a year if they feel it is necessary for the particular film. [3]

more notes

A trailer has to achieve that in less than two and a half minutes, the maximum length allowed by the MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America) [3]

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