A trailer for the upcoming film “The Secret Life of Pets” is making the rounds on the Internet.
It’s a fake, of course.
It’s a spoof.
But it’s a very real trailer for a movie, one that’s been in the works for more than a decade.
It features a series of images that look like the real thing, and a disclaimer on the bottom of the trailer.
The trailer itself has been circulating for years, and the original version, released in 2009, was a joke.
A trailer was only meant to be a one-off.
It was not a full-fledged film, it was a parody.
The movie, starring Matthew McConaughey and Kate Winslet, tells the story of a dog named Pup, who finds himself stranded in a foreign land.
Pup gets lost in a forest, and after he returns to civilization, he finds his beloved friend Daisy has gone missing.
Pup finds Daisy, but the two have a falling out.
Daisy, Pup and Pup’s pet are now the object of interest in a mysterious crime.
The filmmakers decided to parody the trailer, as a joke, by putting up a fake movie trailer.
They wanted to do it in the hopes that people would see the trailer and think, “Hey, maybe we could make a movie like that.”
But the trailer is a fake.
It is the work of a studio called “The Blob,” who created it in order to promote their own movie, “Lone Survivor.”
The trailer’s creators have no idea who they are.
“We’re just doing a parody,” said Matt Ladd, the director of “Lonesome,” the trailer that’s being shared online.
“It’s just a funny thing that happened to us.
We have no clue who we are.”
Ladd said the Blob is trying to “sell us something.”
The trailer’s description is misleading.
It says it’s “for the new movie Lone Survivor.”
Ladd says he didn’t know who they were, but he said they had a name.
Ladd and his crew have a history with the Blobs.
The trailer for “Losing It” was created by the BlOB, which is owned by Disney.
In 2013, Disney bought “Lions” from the Blosoms.
The Blobs were also behind the trailer for Fox’s “The Big Short,” a comedy about the financial crisis.
Ladd said he didn, too, and was trying to sell it on the Blombers’ behalf.
“The trailer for Lone Survivor is the funniest thing I’ve ever seen in my life,” Ladd told ABC News.
“It’s about a bunch of people who are stuck on the island of Lonesome, trying to get a boat out of the water, which they can’t do,” he added.
The blobs also created the trailer of the 2013 comedy “The Hangover” starring Ryan Reynolds, which was featured on the Oscars red carpet.
The Blob has also worked on “The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen,” “The Lego Movie,” “How to Train Your Dragon 2,” “American Hustle,” “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” and “The Amazing Spider-Man.”
But in an interview with Variety in 2014, Ladd explained that he and his team were actually the one who had created the spoof trailer for Pixar’s “Up,” the movie that was based on a trailer created by Blob.LADD explained the Bloblob has been making “toys and things like that, and that’s how we came up with this trailer.”
“We didn’t make it for the movie itself, and we just did a spoof for the trailer,” he said.
“They put a fake logo on the end of it, and they didn’t do a good job of it.
I don’t know if they knew it was fake or not, but it’s not something that I would do.”
In response to the trailer’s release, the Bloms’ Facebook page posted a statement from Ladd: “I can tell you we were not aware of the hoax.
We are very proud of our work, and would love to make a sequel for our own franchise.”
The Bloblobs are not alone in the prank business.
In May, a fake YouTube video of the “Fast and Furious” franchise, released by Universal Pictures, was viewed more than 1.4 million times.
The original video was taken down by YouTube after Universal Pictures removed the video for violating its copyright.
But the Blóts have since taken down the original video for similar reasons.
“I don’t believe they know what they’re doing,” said Ladd.
“I don the whole concept of spoofs.
It just happened.””
The Blombs are really trying to help this guy,” he continued.
“They’re going to get us back on the road to success.”