Behind the Dictionary
Lexicographers Talk About Language
June 20, 2013By Neal Whitman
Early trailers for movies are often teasers, which do little more than tell fans that some movie is in the works. But as the release date approaches, these trailers give away key moments of the plot and spoil the experience for many viewers. In earlier years, you teased people and spoiled things. But you can now tease things and spoil people. What happened? Continue reading...