The frighteningly similar fonts.
The only thing that is different is the fact that Warrior's title goes out, and The Fighter's title goes in. Perhaps a symbol of the differing quality of each film?
Intense training scenes.
The disbelievers. But don't worry, we still believe in you.
Just to add to the disbelievers, we are shown scenes of the 'heroes' losing their fights.
Melancholy shots of our heroes sitting looking, well, melancholy.
But no, things get happier!
Happy shots of people on the phone!
Happy shots of crowds cheering!
Happy bromantic hugs!
And that final punch to close out the trailer...
Last but not least...the music. It starts off all serious, and then it gets into that really annoying triumphant music. Ugh.
Fun fact: the music used at the start of The Fighter's trailer was also used in the trailers for Hugo and The Adjustment Bureau. Maybe a lame trailer cliché in itself?
What do you think of sports movie trailers? Are they all the same?