FBI Bad Past: Blacklight Trailer starring Liam Neeson!
Release Date: February 11, 2022
Starring: Liam Neeson, Aidan Quinn, Emy Raver-Lapman
Directed By: Mark Williams
Synopsis: Travis Block is a government operative coming to terms with his shadowy past. When he discovers a plot targeting U.S. citizens, Block finds himself in the crosshairs of the FBI director he once helped protect.
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The idea of Movie Trailers and History
Movie trailers has been around for decades. The idea is simply to show the movie lovers clips that might and might not be in the final movie production and to attract the viewer and narrate what the movie is about visually without giving too much away. This idea creates a state of place in the mind of the people watching, where this lives as a story.
The first trailer shown in an American film theater was in November 1913. Before 1913 movie trailers did somewhat exist but by theaters only, advertising on leaflets and newspapers. In the 1900, there were no such thing as movie trailers but rather just movies.
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