So I've been thinking about this for a while, and I see it more and more these days. What I mean is, watching the first trailer for White House Down, it looks super serious, like a lot of action films, and didn't really do much to distinguish itself from others, especially Olympus Has Fallen. But then another trailer came out painting as being a lot more light hearted and funny. This could be an out of context trailer, or could be how the movie will be, we don't know. So what movies did the marketing really sell it to the wrong crowd. The most recent I can think of was Magic Mike. not a movie I originally intended to see, but my girlfriend convinced me to go. I was totally sold it was a comedy about male strippers and it would be just one of those types of movies for women, but it was actually a deeper film, that went to rather dark places and the lighthearted/comedic moments were kept mostly to the first 30 minutes of the film. I was surprised, and came out liking it a little more than I expected, while I heard so many people complain that it wasn't like the previews showed at all.