When the trailer for “Man of Steel” came out last month, the guys behind DustFilms’ released their own trailer that recreated every scene shot-by-shot on a very low-budget scale. Their “homemade” “Man of Steel” trailer has so far racked more than 100,000 views on YouTube.
Now DustFilms’ is trying to bring that homemade magic once again by releasing their own trailer of one of this summer’s highly anticipated sequels — “Star Trek Into Darkness.” In their interpretation of the awesome trailer, they substitute fighter jets for chopsticks and arrows, a spacecraft for a single-family home and a cockpit for a hair salon. What they lack in multi-million dollar sets, they make up for recreating the trailer shot-by-shot.
If you’re curious about how DustFilms’ trailer and the actual trailer go head-to-head, also check this video out that puts both trailers side-by-side for your comparison.
Ed Carrasco has been in the journalism field for nearly a decade. Some of his photographs/articles have been featured in publications such as the Guardian, LA Weekly, OC Weekly, the Fullertonian, Cerritos-Artesia Patch and Orange Coast Magazine.
He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in English from UCLA and a master’s degree in Journalism from Kingston University in the United Kingdom.