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‘The World’s End’ Spoiled By Netflix, Slammed By Director Edgar Wright

The plot twist is revealed by the auto-playing trailer, making it hard for fans to avoid knowing too much. Wright responded on Twitter today to the situation. – Bruce Haring, Deadline Hollywood » http://bit.ly/2W2o3Ez

You can opt out of Netflix’s new ads. Here’s how

With Netflix open in a browser, tap the hamburger button in the top left (on mobile) or click your profile picture in the top right (on a computer) and then choose Account. On the Account page, scroll down to the Settings section and select Test participation. You will see a single toggle switch for Include me in tests and previews. Toggle it Off and then click or tap Done. – Matt Elliott, CNET https://ift.tt/2PvH1fG

The Latest Ad For ‘The Nun’ Is So Scary, YouTube Removed It

A ‘jump-scare’ tease for The Conjuring spinoff, which opens on Sept. 7, triggered too many complaints from Twitter users, that YouTube took notice and reportedly removed the video. The ad does live on in the YouTube-verse, and you can take a look at it below. The video features a volume button declining before a Nun pops up and screams. The following ad ran prior to other videos loading up. Warner Bros. provided no comment in response to YouTube slapping its knuckles with a ruler. – Anthony D’Alessandro, Deadline Hollywood https://ift.tt/2nCK9JZ

Get Hammered With the First Trailer for Marvel’s The Punisher

A teaser just dropped for The Punisher, the solo debut for the lethal breakout supporting character of Daredevil season two, played by Jon Bernthal. We don’t get a whole lot of information, other than that the gun-loving Punisher — a.k.a. Frank Castle — is quite angry at a concrete floor and that he has some theories about time and memories and such. – Vulture http://ift.tt/2ggodnm

The Most Disliked Movie Trailer In History, According To YouTube

The numbers don’t lie, as ScreenCrush reports that the first trailer for the Ghostbusters reboot has accumulated 507,610 dislikes on YouTube. Just to be clear, this is a ridiculously high number. To offer a few comparisons, the article notes that the trailer for last year’s Fantastic Four reboot currently has 20,175 dislikes, while the trailer for Adam Sandler’s Netflix comedy The Ridiculous 6, which was panned across the board, only has 5,803 dislikes. – Adam Holmes, Cinema Blend
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