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The first trailer was decent and as I enjoyed it and it reminded me of the first film.  The second trailer which was the Red Band trailer wasn't that great at all.  In a comparison on how you advertise a movie trailer, those at Warner Bros who did Suicide Squad, did a great job.  Two distinct trailers.  But this trailer, damn, this trailer definitely sells me on the idea of watching this movie as it is greatly better than the first and second trailer.

This trailer, not only is it different from the first but gives us the synopsis in a totally different way by at first, providing a scene that ended the last trailer by putting it in the beginning and adding to it.  A little more to the counselling scene and a little more to the "rescue scene".  "It's pronounced, Thank you".  

The second trailer did not do enough to sell the audience while this one shows us more actors like Morgan Freeman and Frank Grillo and they even brought back "The Cinema Guy" who used to say things in his deep voice, "In A World..." which has been missing since the 90's.  Definitely sold on this one now as the other trailer did nothing, but I will say this, I hope they didn't get bad feedback from the last trailer and decided to throw in everything that makes the film great and/or funny in this one so we essentially see all the jokes and action.  We will see.

Directed by Patrick Hughes and starring Ryan Reynolds, Samuel L. Jackson, Salma Hayek, Frank Grillo, Richard E. Grant, Antonio Banderas and Morgan Freeman

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