A Tale of Two Trailers: “Make Your Move 3D” Trailers Compared

Aya and Donny

Aya and Donny

Have you recently watched the newly released Make Your Move 3D theatrical trailer and wondered if it’s different from the original? Well, yes! It most definitely is different and we thought it would be fun to count the ways. ☺

Overall, what are the differences? You may have already noticed that the new theatrical trailer is shorter than the original. In addition, there are a few new scenes, footage that now appears in a different order, and some footage that is gone completely!

Let’s take a closer look.

1.  The original trailer begins with the now familiar scene of all the events that occur at Nick’s nightclub with Nick saying, “Welcome to Static. Standing room only, five nights a week.”  This beginning is still the same. However in the new trailer, Nick speaks this as the producer credits roll.

We certainly want to give credit to the producers who have created a film in which Derek Hough and BoA Kwon have made their acting debuts in leading roles. Just in case you don’t remember who the producers are to thank for this, they are: CJ Entertainment, S.M. Entertainment, and Robert Cort Productions.


2.  As the scenes from Nick’s nightclub roll, we no longer see Donny sliding down a 2 x 4 plank with the Cobu Girls in the foreground nor do we see the bottom half of Donny in his blue jeans dancing. These scenes are gone.

3.  Remember these words across the screen of the original trailer: “SHE HAD THE PASSION” and “HE HAD THE DESIRE”?  Did you notice that that wording order is now reversed?

Not only that, they now appear much sooner into the trailer. “HE HAD THE DESIRE” comes first, followed by “SHE HAD THE PASSION”. In each case, the scenes highlighting Donny and Aya, respectively, remain.

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4.  In addition to the changes in word order, some of the other words that flash across the scene throughout the original trailer have now been deleted or appear much later in the trailer.

Look here.

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6.  Gone, as well, is the scene in which Donny impulsively decides to add cans to his feet to dance on the bar with Aya. Nor do we see the taxi scene afterwards where Aya questions how anyone (in their right mind) could come up with an idea to put cans on his feet in the first place. This cute scene is now gone from the trailer.

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7. There are newly added scenes that certainly peak our interest. At 0:54, for example, a car goes crashing into a building with an angry Aya and the Cobu girls looking on. Then at 0:56 we see police marching some people away followed by what appears at 0:57 to be Aya being taken in by police. Good additions that intensify our interest in seeing this film, right?

8.  Remember in the original trailer when Aya’s friend says, “You’ve been talking about this guy all day.” and Aya replies, “No, I haven’t”?  Gone in the new version.

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9.  It’s great to know that the beautiful song, “Let Me In” (written by Derek Hough, Eric Goldman and Michael Corcoran), is still highlighed in the new trailer. In fact, both trailers end with that song… with Donny kissing Aya. Nice!

Here are the two  trailers again.

Theatrical Trailer for the United States

(released January 30, 2014)

Official Trailer for Europe

(released circa June 24, 2013)

Finally, in case you never saw it, here is the very first “teaser” that was released when the movie was still entitled: Cobu 3D. There are many familiar scenes in this version and some scenes that don’t appear in either of the new trailers. Enjoy!

Unofficial COBU 3D Teaser

(released fall 2011)

So Derek Hough and BoA Kwon fans from the United States are you ready to see this movie? It’s coming real soon! April 18, 2014, to be exact!

Be in your seats! And don’t forget to wear the 3D glasses! ☺


One comment on “A Tale of Two Trailers: “Make Your Move 3D” Trailers Compared

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