Thanks to some information posted on Warner Bros. exhibitor’s website the trailers that are going to run with Sherlock Holmes and some other holiday films are known:
Trailer Placements: 12/25/09
* Sherlock Holmes: (ATT) Clash Of The Titans (TR1) / Inception (TR2) – COMBO RT 2:30 – New Trailers
* Sherlock Holmes: (ACC) Cop Out (TR1) New Trailer
* It’s Complicated: Valentine’s Day (TR3)
* Nine (Expansion): Valentine’s Day (TR3)
* Up In The Air (Expansion): Edge Of Darkness (TR1)
* The Road (Expansion): Edge of Darkness (TR1)
Look at the second trailer on the list. It was known that Kevin Smith‘s new film was getting a title change. It was announced that the first trailer would run with Sherlock Holmes. So it looks like the new title is Cop Out. Not nearly as cool as A Couple of Dicks but it works – and is a helluva a lot better than A Couple of Cops. The trailer is looking to be premiering in front of Sherlock Holmes and if you check out the first item on the list, we will be getting a new trailer for Christopher Nolan‘s Inception as well. It was previously thought than an Iron Man 2 trailer might be attached, but according to this information it looks like it may not be the case. Will it be in front of Avatar instead?
Update: It looks like Nolanfans.com also came across this information so I’d like to give them credit for uncovering the Inception trailer coming on Christmas.
Cop Out (if that is the correct title) opens February 26, 2010.
Inception opens July 16th, 2010.
What do you think of the new title?
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