In recent years, we're seeing more and more teasers and trailers with rock songs, R&B or just pop songs instead of film score music. Is this what people really prefer? Not me and in fact have turned away many movies because I thought it's just a mindless rock video made for teenagers. Finally when I see some of these movies and liked it, I wonder what the heck they were thinking when they put those rock songs all over the trailers. It must be working or else they wouldn't be using it. I know I know, it's marketing the songs for one thing and in another, it's appropriate. Movies like The Wedding Singer or Cross Roads are examples and I'm fine with those. Unfortunately, I have so little memories of these trailers that I can't list many examples unlike great ones like Pearl Harbors or Mask of Zorro that actually used film scores. However I do remember Blade II trailer which was a complete turnoff for me. When I finally saw the movie, I actually liked it. Now, movie like Fast and Furious might be more forgiving but nevertheless, would have been more dramatic if exciting film score was used. The other day, I saw Episode II teaser on TV that used some rock song and I thought "Oh no, not Star Wars too." This however, was the only teaser/trailer of Epi II that was done without the actual score. So tell me, this method works on you?