Sweded trailers are a dime a dozen these days, but it’s not often the director being parodied actually gives one a seal of approval.
Sweding a superhero movie is one thing, but tackling a deep space epic like Star Trek Into Darkness is a whole other matter.
You haven't made it until your trailer gets a low-budget version. Star Trek Into Darkness? Welcome to the club.
If there's one thing we can look forward to when a new trailer turns up for a film that's vying to be the best of the best, it's the sweded imitation video that will inevitably follow. Stripping away all the advanced special effects and big-budget audio, we see the truth of the film. How does Man of Steel fare?
Heroes. There is no such thing. There is, however, this sweding of the first trailer for Iron Man 3 which totally makes up for the lack of heroes with papercraft costumes, hysterical amateur acting and an a capella score that outshines the real thing.
You know what "Sweding" is, right? We've covered this here before. Take a movie, or a trailer, or a movie moment and recreate it in a low-rent, hilarious way. Well, grown-ups aren't the only ones who can get in on that action. Watch what happens when these kids re-enact the most notorious sequence from Ridley Scott's Alien.