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Deja Vu trailer online...again?!

DenzelWashington.jpgOh this is perfect. Across the web today is the news of a new trailer for Tony Scott's Déjà Vu starring Denzel Washington...and the amazing thing is...I'm sure I've posted this before! Isn't that?...

Okay, seriously back in July I posted a story about the Déjà Vu trailer being over at Yahoo Movies at the same address as the trailer link posted today.

The new trailer is over at Yahoo Movies [QT:WMV] through Empire.

What do you think, is this the same trailer and it's all come round again? Wooo...wouldn't that be Déjà Vu...and a very great but simple marketing ploy. Let's look forward to seeing this story again in a few months.





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Such a simple but brilliant idea.

God damn enter key!

Allow me to continue....

If you click on the Trailers & Clips link on the Déjà Vu Yahoo! Movies page, you can see that they have a Teaser Trailer and a Theatrical Trailer listed. But, if you were to just look at the main Déjà Vu page, there is no mention of it being a new trailer, or a theatrical trailer.

See Denzel Washington, Val Kilmer and Jim Caviezel in the exclusive trailer for director Tony Scott's latest film, 'Déjà Vu.'

They don't even acknowledge that the previous trailer existed. So for anyone checking this out they'd be thinking "have I seen this before?"

It IS a new trailer though. We are given a bit more of the plot, and the "double-start" to it is a really nice touch. I can't wait to see this.

Didn't you just say that?

Seriously, is it the same trailer? I guess I'll find out in half an hour when I get home.

Well I've just watched it. Wow, they can make a good trailer! That voice over is pretty cool too.

HAHAHAHAHA

I finally got it Richard, man youre crazy! :D

You know I just saw this trailer again and something struck me, isn't the feeling of Deja Vu a subtle one? Yet throughout the trailer they've missed that concept and just gone for repeating the last few moments of film. I wonder if that might be the same for the actual movie?

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