Alright so here's what I'm thinking of for a trailer: Screen showing some sort of whispy images or shapes. Narrator (Wayne Houchin): So much about humanity revolves around the number ten. We use a base ten number system, base ten measurements, we've got ten fingers and toes for crying out loud! But what if... we could go further. What if...we could take it past a ten... take it to an eleven. Where would we be? Well I don't think anyone could really tell you what it looks like, but everyone knows what it would feel like: magic. Cut to overhead of a city, New York City or Las Vegas. Mantage of clips of casinos, street buskers, psychics, etc. Narrator (Jonathan Bayme): Entertainers, illusionists, magicians, charlatans, whatever they call themselves. They call it magic, but they are pretenders. Not liars, but strugglers, searching for the power to stop just being actors playing the part of wizards. Cut to a couple T11 artists huddled around a book One of them: Look at this, the theory eleven. It's out there. All the greats, they were looking for it. Houdin, Erdnase, even as recently as Vernon, they all knew it was out there. Cut to Danny Garcia talking to Jason England England: It's bound to be protected. Guardians, sentinels, whatever. You can't expect this to not be downright impossible. Cut to the person who was reading the book arguing with another artist in the street First one: This is the greatest secret in history! Other: I don't want to get involved with your conspiracy theory bull****! Cut to the following artists with mysterious lighting. Andrei Jikh Dan&Dave Dan White Apollo Robbins Fade to black. Narrator (Chris Kenner): Is it worth it? Text: Coming Soon then something flashes really briefly on the screen indicating some website with exclusive content. So that's it. It actually turned out to be more of a teaser trailer than a full-on trailer. I'm still not entirely sure if I would want to take it in a Tomb Raider action/adventure sort of direction or more of a Prestige interpersonal struggle sort of direction.