字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Trailers have come a long way since the days of voice over narrator Don LaFontaine who would spell out the setup for a film in plain detail (while a sizzle real of funny moments, explosions, or heartfelt scenes of dramatic tension flashed on screen). Movie trailers have become increasingly revealing - packed full of eye-popping visual spectacle and story details that spoil major reveals and twists. Here are Screen Rants Best Movie Scenes & Twists Spoiled by Trailers Cast Away The Trailer: Despite a dramatic buildup to Noland's attempted escape, the trailer for the film made it clear that, not only does our hero find rescue, the footage outright shows Noland's bittersweet reunion with Frears. Whether the reunion is a happy one, or not, is left for filmgoers to discover but Noland and Frears' relationship status is about the only major plot development that isn't covered in the trailer. Dream House The Trailer: The trailer wastes no time in revealing the film's biggest twist, that Atenton is a fake identity Ward concocted in psychiatric care - to hide from the tragedy of his family's murder. While the film isn't quite as blatant about revealing that his wife and daughter are apparitions (rather than manifestations of his fractured mind), a trailer shot of ghost Libby opening the basement door plays a key part in the movie's supernatural reveal. REC /Quarantine The Trailer: While REC (and its American remake Quarantine) borrow heavily from superior zombie/rabies outbreak movies, their trailers still manage to ruin one major surprise- the fate of Angela Vidal (which occurs in the closing moments of the 2007 Spanish film and its 2008 remake). While Quarantine wasn't the first horror movie to spoil the fate of a main character or use a climactic scene in trailers (we're looking at you Paranormal Activity), given that Vidal's screaming face is also plastered on Quarantine's posters, it's still a pretty crass and unrepentant marketing move (even by Hollywood's standards). Terminator: Salvation The Trailer: The trailer for the film spends half of its runtime setting up the post-Judgement Day setting (as well as John Connor's�guerrilla rebellion against the�machines) and the other half outright spoiling not only the film's most interesting twist (a Terminator that doesn't�know he's a Terminator). Yet, the preview doesn't stop there - since it also lays out�Wright's entire�character�arc - specifically that�he chooses his human friends over his machine creators by the end. The Island The Trailer: While the Island trailer doesn't outright spoil why Lincoln and Jordan were created, the footage makes it crystal-clear that the pair�are cloned "products" - and that the Island is a cover tale�to disguise the compound's true purpose (extending the lifespan�of wealthy customers by harvesting organs from living clones). Free Willy The Trailer: Given that Free Willy is a feel-good kids movie, it's no surprise that Jesse succeeds in freeing Willy; yet, trailers for the film left little suspense or doubt to the imagination - since the previews (and poster) place the final sequence front and center. Additionally, the�Free Willy trailers don't just spoil how�Jesse succeeds in liberating�the titular whale, they also spell-out�every up and down in the�boy's�transformation from a selfish and insecure kid to a sensitive and thoughtful caretaker. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes The Trailer:�While not an outright spoiler,�Dawn of the Planet of the Apes� trailers put heavy emphasis on several key sequences - that made it clear who would be responsible for violating the human/ape truce. The most egregious example of spoilery Apes marketing was�the use of�Koba (played Toby Kebbel) placating human enemies with circus-like ape tricks -�easily one of the best moments in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Understandably, 20th Century Fox knew that such a clever movie�moment would tempt casual viewers�into theaters but there's no doubt that the overall impact of the scene (a significant�turning point in Koba's character arc)�was undercut by pre-release previews that, across the board, played�the sequence near-shot for�shot. Oblivion The Trailer:�The Oblivion trailer makes it apparent that�the presumed villains of the movie, the Skavs, are not aliens - they are human freedom fighters waging a guerrilla war against an unseen�force. Led by Malcolm Beech�(played by Morgan Freeman), the Skavs explain�that�the film�s hero, Jack Harper, has been manipulated�by their enemy - and is, unknowingly, working against the survival of his fellow humans. Thankfully, the Oblivion trailers refrain from spoiling one of the film's biggest twists, specifically Harper�s backstory�but,�with the reveal of the Skavs's identity, it wasn't hard for savvy sci-fi�moviegoers�to fill in the remaining puzzle pieces ahead of director�Joseph Kosinski. Ransom� The Trailer: In order to position�Ransom as a deviation�from standard�kidnapping thrillers,�the studio put a heavy emphasis on Tom Mullen's unorthodox approach to�finding Sean - outright spoiling one of the film's most interesting developments (as well as several tense standoffs that came before it). Instead, the trailer plays coy with another twist, one that is revealed in the first 15 minutes: Gary Sinise's Detective Shaker is actually the�film's primary villain/hostage taker. The Avengers The Trailer:�After "killing" Agent Coulson to galvanize the superhero team forward, it was unlikely that another key Avenger would fall in Marvel's first multi-hero team-up film; yet, director Joss Whedon played-up Tony Stark's scene of sacrifice as if it were a real possibility that the�Avenger might not make it back to Stark Tower (and Pepper Potts)�alive. Unfortunately, The Avengers trailer undercut any suspense, since it included a memorable�shot of Hulk successfully leaping into the air and�catching�a�powered down Iron Man, sucking any�tension out of the film's climactic moment (at least for anyone who bothered to watch the preview more than once). Those are our choices for the Best Movie Scenes and Twists Spoiled by Trailers. Got a favorite twist or scene that was spoiled for you in a movie trailer? Tell us yours in the comment section and don't forget to subscribe to our channel for more videos like this one!