We’ve all seen the Trailers for the Paranormal Activity movies, but oddly enough the viewers were disappointed to find that the scenes from the trailer didn’t make it on to the big screen. The scene of the two girls playing Bloody Mary in the bathroom was on one of the first trailers that came out for this movie, but it wasn’t on the screen. This happened with four other scenes that were in the trailers, but did not seem to make it to the final cuts of the film. So why did the director put these scenes from the film on the trailer only to lead to disappointment for the fans. Even though I do not watch scary movies, those 5 scenes that didn’t make it to the big screen, but made it to the trailer of the movie, made me want to go watch the movie. Did the director feel that he needed to do this as an incentive for the film or was it because the director sent out the trailers before he ACTUALLY decided his final cut? Either way, he led fans into disappointment because they were left pondering on what led up to those scenes and what those scenes led up to.