J.J. Abrams Secret Movie Trailer is so Secret no one Knows Anything About it!

Gasp! J.J. Abrams is like the master of mystery. The guy can fart in the wind and if someone gets a whiff of it there are treasures to be found in its smell. It was recently speculated J.J. Abrams has been developing a super secret movie, and that a super secret trailer for this super secret movie will be shown when we all go out and see Iron Man 2. The super secret trailer is so super secret that it is locked in a film canister “that has a coded electronic lock on it” with the final reel of Iron Man 2 with a super secret code. 

The title of this film isn't so super secret though, apparently the film is called Super 8 and apparently it involves a group of kids from the seventies or eighties who are shooting a movie with a Super 8 camera. According to Vulture when the kids develop the film "they notice that there’s an alien creature in the frame. Our sources also say that Super 8 is absolutely connected to 2008’s Cloverfield (possibly a prequel, but not a sequel).”

You might be saying to yourself, well if we know so much how is this really super secret? Well, because none of this is confirmed. There is no solid evidence of any of this, it's all speculation. Hell! I could add on to the story myself, and say that my sources say this is the new film Abrams is working on Steven Spielberg with. But wait, wasn't that film just announced last weeK? Why yes, yes it was, but maybe they've been working on it all along, and now little details are starting to leak out? 

How the hell do I know! The internet is a mad beast and it's hard to tell what's true, and what's bullcrap, unless someone that actually knows what's going on says something and makes an announcement, or we actually see something then we haven't really gained anything. This super secret film and trailer might actually exist, but apparently we won't find out for sure until we go out and see Iron Man 2. If it does exist awesome! If not who the hell cares and I just wasted my time writing this article.

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