..for a big new film (not Prometheus but something generically showy and splashy) that’s mostly about teasing and trailing in the creative wake of other films. A teaser for a trailer for a sham of a mockery of a mockery of a sham of a trailer for a teaser and a hand-job. Or, as this 4.10 Ben Fritz L.A. Times article states, “Movie trailers have become a main event…the internet and rabid fan culture have turned movie trailers, once seen only in theaters, into works that are promoted and analyzed as avidly as the films they advertise.”