Lois: “Well, how about we play charades?”
Peter: “Yeah, okay, me first! Okay, it’s a movie. All right? Movie. Movie.”
Lois: “Peter, there’s no talking in charades.”
Peter: “Okay. Sorry, sorry. (Whispering.) Movie.”
Family Guy, Seahorse Seashell Party.
We’re dedicating our blog this week to the sentence fragment, “In a world…”
It’s that time of year again—the one where you spend an entire Saturday watching trailers on the Internet to figure out how you’re going to spend those three days after Christmas and see why Meryl Streep is going to be nominated for an Oscar this time.
So, in a world where everyone does this, it’s Trailer Week on the Hulu Blog. Did you know we have a huge trailer section on our website? It’s kind of great. Enjoy.
- • We’ve found eight trailers that are definitively better than their corresponding films.
- • Brooke Citron creates categories like “Best Regurgitated Yet Strangely Addictive Storyline” for The Flipsy Awards.
- • James Goux ponders whether trailers are worth the sacrifice of a fresh first viewing.