'The Great Gatsby': First movie trailer shows spelling error
The trailer of the 3D romantic drama film adaptation 'The Great Gatsby', which debuted earlier this week, features a prominent spelling error.
(Here's a still from the trailer at the left. Note the spelling. Find the full trailer below.)
In the trailer, one shot for Baz Luhrmann's adaptation of F Scott Fitzgerald's novel features the title Ziegfeld Follies, referring to a series of Broadway productions which ran from 1907 through to 1931.
Entertainment Weekly notes that, the title, shown written in lights above New York's streets, is mis-spelled as "Zeigfeld Follies".
However, Warner Bros did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Veteran and legendary bollywood star Amitabh Bachchan recently spoke about his small role in the film, and called working with Luhrmann "a delight".
The forthcoming film will be released at the end of December in the US and UK.