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If you see a Zelda movie trailer, it's Fake.

Not that I know of, but that would be so cool! I would preorder my tickets before they even decided on the rating!

As far as I know, there isn't any plan on making one.  Timelinesplitter Chaos 22:14, December 22, 2012 (UTC)

There is a sort of Zelda-Western mash-up on YouTube called Fistful of Rupees. Don't know if that counts but I'll put part 1 right here: 

DarmaniSig 21:08, December 23, 2012 (UTC)

FISTFUL OF RUPEES 1 of 3 "The Wisdom" - Zelda Western Mash-up07:07

FISTFUL OF RUPEES 1 of 3 "The Wisdom" - Zelda Western Mash-up

Not all of the trailers are fake. Fan or independent films such as The Hero of Time and Legend of Zelda: The Sage of Darkness have trailers and can be found on YouTube.

But that's fan-made, and doesn't necessarily count as a Zelda movie... Timelinesplitter Chaos 03:27, January 9, 2013 (UTC)
Yes they do, look at The Hero of Time. It was fan made because Nintendo didn't endorse it and was on a limited budget. The bad thing was it was slow, bland, and boring. Sage of Darkness has a better plot and the characters are more developed and not stale. Kind of surprising since Sage of Darkness was made by teenagers with a more limited budget than hero of time. Since it wasn't endorsed and had a limited budget, it technically counts.
Nintendo likely didn't endorse it, because it was fan-made. Even so, whatever movie the fans or Nintendo itself makes would likely be non-canon anyways. The question was "Are they going to make a zelda movie?", the case of "they" would likely point to Nintendo since they have the license to create an actual feature-length film on the subject. Other than that, can you prove that the only reason these fan-made videos weren't actual movies was because of Nintendo didn't endorse it and "limited budget"? Whether you can prove it doesn't really matter because really, it have to have been made by Nintendo for the fans to actually count. All in all, it really depends on what the asker takes as "They".  Timelinesplitter Chaos 21:14, January 23, 2013 (UTC)

What I meant was that the trailer for Sage of Darkness was real. It was made by the same teenagers in California. They even rented a theater so that people could see their movie. I know the "they" probably does refer to Nintendo. Since a Nintendo Zelda movie is so far off, the closest to it being a movie would be fan films. Here's part 1.

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