We all know about Terminator Genisys being spoiled in the trailers and posters and how the director was a bit miffed about it. Perhaps it will help lessen the blow for Alan Taylor to learn that his marketing team isn’t the first gaggle of narcoleptic chinchillas to ruin a flick with the marketing.
THAR BE SPOILERS AHOY, MATEYS!
1. Castaway (2000)
Thanks for telling us Tom Hanks gets off the island, dicks.
2. What Lies Beneath (2000)
Oh, good. We don’t have to question whether Harrison Ford’s character had an affair with the dead girl. The trailer wants us to know that yes, yes he did. Also, Michelle Pfeiffer is being taken over by said dead girl. Or whatever.
3. From Dusk ‘Til Dawn (1996)
THE STRIPPERS ARE VAMPIRES AND THIS ISN’T A CRIME MOVIE LIKE RESERVOIR DOGS OR PULP FICTION, LOL!
4. Grosse Pointe Blank (1997)
John Cusack’s target is Minnie Driver’s dad. Also, he totally goes to the class reunion.
5. Goldeneye (1996)
Sean Bean, amazingly, doesn’t die! HE’S THE BAD DUDE! No suspense here, move along.
6. Quarantine (2008)
If you didn’t see the Spanish original [rec] then you can watch this remake with no spoilers. JK! The end scene is literally in the trailer.
7. Warrior (2011)
I wonder which of the brothers will make it to the big fight at the end…BOTH OF THEM. THANKS, TRAILER. I WAS ALMOST INTERESTED.
8. Terminator Salvation (2009)
Much like the current Terminator flick, one of the main characters is a surprise robot. Well, it’s a surprise to the people in the movie. Not to us.
9. Carrie (1976)
She’s got telekinesis? I wonder what she’ll do with th…MURDER. I SEE.
10. The Island (2005)
They are clones and there is no island.