How movie trailers are ACTUALLY made

By Mark O’Neill

It’s like that classic comedy routine by British stand-up comedian Ben Elton in which the “movie trailer guy” goes to buy a bag of carrots and ends up not being able to break out of his “movie trailer voice”.    The following YouTube clip is a trailer for the Jerry Seinfeld movie “Comedian” which came out in 2002 and which features the “movie trailer guy” making a total hash-up of the job.

If you’re the kind of person that watches a lot of movie trailers, you’ll love this humor!

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