Back in the old days, when every movie trailer proclaimed itself The Most Magnificent Thing In The History Of Forever, she would have gone apoplectic.Paul D G said:From TIME :
Woman Sues Because 'Drive' Isn't Enough Like 'Fast and the Furious'Read more: http://newsfeed.time.com/2011/10/11/woman-sues-because-drive-isnt-enough-like-fast-and-the-furious/#ixzz1aY9cgxEB
I remember that. I lost all respect for the guy when I heard that.Ejanss said:Back before he briefly renounced the human world of flesh-and-blood live-action, Robert Zemeckis was coming under fire for insisting, and even defending, that he HAD to give away all the key spoilers in the trailers to "Cast Away" and "What Lies Beneath"--The audience, he said, expected a right to be fully informed about the movie they were seeing!
(I don't know how much about "Flight" he eventually gave away, after coming back from therapy, someone else will have to report.)
Which should emphasize the point: Only raving lunatics ruin movies with trailer spoilers.