TopHattedCoder
If you search for "harry potter and the deathly hallows part 1 trailer" it shows an extract from wikipedia about Part 2's release. Similarly, if you search "hobbit desolation of smaug trailer" nothing shows up! These are just some examples I tried out of interest.
posted by TopHattedCoder Community Leader4 years and 5 months ago Link

chaitanyanettem
You must end the search with the word video. That invokes the video instant answer and if the search query is a movie then the first two or 3 results are always trailers.
posted by chaitanyanettem 4 years and 5 months ago Link
TopHattedCoder
They're not always relevant - especially when obscure / slightly older movies are buried. E.g. when searching for 'hobbit trailer video' the original is buried by trailers of the sequels. Similarly, if you search for 'indiana jones and the kingdom of the crystal skull trailer video', the movie itself and various fan / spin-off trailers show up - the first trailer I found was a page into the results. With an IA the relevant trailers (mostly hosted on Youtube anyway) could be shown to end-users instantly without them having to filter through youtube results or explicitly type 'videos'. They could even use the release year to filter the trailers.
posted by TopHattedCoder Community Leader4 years and 5 months ago Link