Not too long ago, Warner Bros. Pictures released the first trailer for the film: ‘We Are Your Friends’, and it sparked outrage. Lines from the film such as ‘When you’re a DJ, all you need is a laptop, some talent, and one track’, and another claiming that 128 BPM is the point at which people become entertained has left people wondering if it is a derogatory joke/mockery of DJs, or is just terribly written.
Warner Bros. Pictures has now released a second trailer for the Max Joseph (the one from Catfish) film with the questionable lines omitted. Overall, the new trailer makes the film look much more genuine. The line mentioned above may not have been removed from the film, though.