It's Big Gay Trailer Day From "Phillip Morris" to "Burlesque"

By thelostboy | The Lost Boys October 21, 2010 at 6:54AM

I wasn't exactly a fan of "I Love You Phillip Morris" when I first saw it nearly 2 years ago at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. However, I'm not one to wish ill-will on little films that at least try to be something different (and I do believe the filmmakers meant well), so I'm happy to see its release finally coming to fruition this December. I'm also quite impressed with Roadside Attractions marketing campaign thus far, from this clever and inventive poster last week to today's debut of a well-crafted, snappy red band trailer that highlights the film's best assets and most certainly doesn't go the gay-hiding way of "A Single Man." See for yourself (NSFW):
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I wasn't exactly a fan of "I Love You Phillip Morris" when I first saw it nearly 2 years ago at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. However, I'm not one to wish ill-will on little films that at least try to be something different (and I do believe the filmmakers meant well), so I'm happy to see its release finally coming to fruition this December. I'm also quite impressed with Roadside Attractions marketing campaign thus far, from this clever and inventive poster last week to today's debut of a well-crafted, snappy red band trailer that highlights the film's best assets and most certainly doesn't go the gay-hiding way of "A Single Man." See for yourself (NSFW):

And if that didn't make your daily cinematic preview online viewing gay enough, we also got the international trailer for Cher-Christina gaystravagnza "Burlesque," which is MUCH better than the previous trailers even if "entertaining campfest" remains the best we can hope for in the finished product:

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