Trailers For DAYS OF FUTURE PAST And CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER Have Been Classified
The British Board of Film Classification has released information on trailers for both Days of Future Past and Captain America: The Winter Soldier. According to them, the firsts trailer for Bryan Singer‘s X-Men inbetweequel clocks in at 2 minutes and 15 seconds. It has been rated for both 3D and 2D releases. The Russo brothers helmed Winter Soldier has an impressive runtime of 2 minutes and 23 seconds. It has been certified in 2D and possibly 3D, though it’s not clear if a 3D trailer has been cleared. The classifications means that the trailers are on the way. The safe bet is that one or both could pop up with Thor: The Dark World, considering it’s about to see release November 8th. There’s whispers out there that the Captain America trailer could hit as early as November 1st. We’ll have to wait and see, but they are coming soon. What do you think?
OH! And speaking of rumors, someone that has allegedly seen an early screening for Thor: The Dark World revealed that there are two post credits sequences. One will be a mid-credits sequence and one will be the classic Marvel end-credits scene. I guess they learned their lesson from the disappointing Iron Man 3 sequence that left audiences as board as Dr. Banner.
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