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You Have to Watch These AI-Generated Movie Trailers

You Have to Watch These AI-Generated Movie Trailers

In a world where artificial intelligence is rapidly advancing, it was only a matter of time before it set its sights on movie trailers. (As if mastering text, imagery, audio and Seinfeld wasn’t enough.)

If your Twitter feed isn’t, like ours, full of these AI-generated movie trailers popping up every day, we’ve put together a list of our five favorites that have released just this past week. Remember, these are totally fake movies — completely generated by AI writing and design. Pretty crazy.

And frankly, can we actually get Wes Anderson to direct the next Star Wars?

1. Star Wars à la Wes Anderson

Imagine if one of the most prolific indie film directors took on a massive sci-fi franchise. And somebody please cast Owen Wilson as Darth Vader.


2. Studio Ghibli 2.0?

If there’s one animation studio known for its distinctive style, it’s Studio Ghibli. And AI does a pretty great job replicating it.


3. The Great Gatsby, But With Way More Cats

AI created a near shot-for-shot remake of Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby. Yet, despite some users claiming “Hollywood is done for,” thousands pointed out that the imagery is not only clearly generated by AI, it’s not even that great. It looks like a bad dream or something.


4. It’s the End of the World As We Know It

Perhaps the only thing more terrifying than a movie about the end of the world is an AI-generated movie about the end of the world.


5. History vs. AI — Who Will Win The Great War?

If AI can manufacture animated trailers and reimagine franchise favorites, then it’s no surprise it can also create epic, historical dramas. And the Michael Caine voiceover is a nice touch that shows AI is willing to pull out all of the stops to compete with Hollywood.


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