A new ad for ‘Trolls’ hits new heights on YouTube
NEW YORK — An ad campaign for the film “Troll, the Curse of the Trolls” has gone viral.
The ad for the upcoming film titled “Trolling the Curse” was released Wednesday by Google, and the campaign was promoted as the first commercial to use Google+ as a channel.
The ad begins with a video of a man wearing a mask holding a sign that says, “You will be a troll forever.”
The man then explains that he will troll other people online, telling them to hate him and that he can’t change who they are.
“I’m a troll because you are,” he says.
“You’re not a human being.
You’re a computer.
You are a robot.”
The woman who answers the phone says that she is the troll, and she tells the man that he is just a computer programmed to act out a specific reaction.
The man then says he’s a computer, but he can still change who he is.
The woman says that the computer is not human.
The woman then tells the actor, “Your job is to make people hate you and hate me.”
In the film, the film’s director, Joel Edgerton, and his co-writer, Aaron Kesselman, say they were inspired by the anti-vaccination movement in the U.S. and its supporters.
In the video, the two actors speak to a group of people in a bar and ask them, “How are you doing?”
The people respond with, “Fine,” and then laugh.
“I love you,” they say, before they leave.
The campaign, which was produced by the New York-based Media Lab and is the first ad campaign to use Facebook’s “Like” button, was the first to use a social media platform to advertise a film, according to Google, which did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The film has been released online, and it has already racked up more than 1 million views.