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Remembering 2016: Three Movie Trailer Mashups Feature Over 300 Films in 21 Minutes

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2016 Movie Trailer Mashups

Three movie trailer mashups for 2016 have been created and released. The mashup was created by Sleepy Skunk, Clark Zhu, and Ben Zuk. The mashups, as you may have surmised, are made up of some of the best shots from official trailers released in 2016.

The first video compilation is from video editor Louis Plamondon a.k.a. Sleepy Skunk. It features over 281 films and is 6:23 seconds long. Sleepy Skunk has set this year’s video to the music of: ‘Clubbed to Death’ – Performed by Rob Dougan, ‘Heroes’ – Performed by Scala & Kolacny Brothers, and ‘Unashamed’ – Composed by Confidential Music.

Sleepy Skunk’s 2016 Movie Trailer Mashup

The second video compilation is from Clark Zhu. This movie trailer mashup is entitled ‘Moving Pictures 2016 – Movie Trailers Mashup.’

It features over 262 films and is 7:57 seconds long. Clark Zhu has set this year’s video to the music of: BEETHOVEN HAVOK by John Ottman courtesy of Fox Music Inc., MY SHARONA by The Knack courtesy of Power Music, SOMETHING’S IN MY ROOM by Cliff Martinez courtesy of Milan Entertainment Inc., ARE WE HAVING A PARTY OR SOMETHING by Cliff Martinez courtesy of Milan Entertainment Inc., BROKEN PEOPLE by Kerry Muzzey courtesy of Kirbyko Music LLC, PROLOGUE BIRTH by Paul Dinletir courtesy of Audio Machine.

Clark Zhu’s Moving Pictures 2016 – Movie Trailers Mashup

The third video compilation is from Ben Zuk. This movie trailer mashup is entitled ‘2016 Salute to Cinema.’

It features over 196 films and is 7:31 seconds long. Ben Zuk has set this year’s video to the music of: “Letters”- Alexandre Desplat, The Light Between Oceans Soundtrack, “Brown Shoes”- Sing Street Soundtrack, “Waste a Moment”- Kings of Leon, “Epilogue”- Justin Hurwitz, La La Land Soundtrack, “When the Time Comes”- Audiomachine, and “Abyss/The Bravest Boy I’ve Ever Met”- Daniel Hart, Pete’s Dragon Soundtrack.

Ben Zuk’s 2016 Salute to Cinema

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