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This Fake Lemony Snicket Netflix Series Trailer Has Gone Viral!

This Fake Lemony Snicket Netflix Series Trailer Has Gone Viral!

People are so excited for the upcoming A Series of Unfortunate Events series heading to Netflix that once a teaser trailer popped online, everyone went nuts for it!

Well, unfortunately the teaser clip is just a fake trailer created by a talented fan.

“This was not released from Netflix and not anything official,” a rep for the company told Variety.

It was announced last fall that Netflix would be producing the Lemony Snicket series, though a release date and details about the show have not been revealed yet. It appears that the video in the teaser was taken from the 2004 movie starring Jim Carrey.

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  • Jenny from the flop

    Omg can this fan please produce the whole series please? Looks amazing. I’m so excited for the show but I feel like it won’t beat the movie, it was so unique and Jim Carey did count Olaf amazing, count Olaf WAS Jim Carey. If the fan trailer was real, then I would have hopes for th show. I also wonder how they’re gonna pull it off since the kids doesn’t age in all 13 books, I mean they can’t really make more then 1 season then???

  • Victor Fredrick Davidson

    Get on the ball Netflix. You have traction and momentum coming off this fan trailer, don’t waste it. Add to it and build to the 2016 debut.

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