Whether the Ghostbusters reboot trailer left you excited or feeling your childhood was being smothered in feminectoplasm, we can all agree on this: Much of the trailer was pretty lame.
There were some great moments, fueled primarily by the comedic casting and loving call-backs to the 1984 original. But there was also a lot of what could generously be described as filler. The wig scene. The possessions. The random Chris Hemsworth. None of it made the movie actually seem more appealing.
Enter a hero: Danny Allen.
A multitalented writer, director and producer based in the U.K., Allen decided to recut the trailer to leave in just the good bits. In the process, he trimmed more than a minute off the official video.
Here's Allen's edit, followed by the original for comparison. I think you'll agree this is the version Columbia Pictures should have released: