In a 5.12.13 piece called “If Saving Mr. Banks Is As Good As The Script…,” I wrote that Terry Marcel‘s script “is so wise and clean and well-crafted that you can hear Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson say the lines as you read them.” I also wrote that John Lee Hancock, director of the forthcoming Disney film, “is probably the most skilled guy in the business when it comes to giving G or PG-rated or family-friendly material a certain echo-y gravitas.” But this trailer makes the film seem jokier and more comedically cloying than the script I read. Banks, trust me, is not a comedy. But this is what trailers always do — they remove the shadings and subtleties.