Yes, you read that title right. Drafthouse Films has raised the bar to a new level for Bluray/DVD collectibles with its official release of the “penis museum” documentary, The Final Member. Buy the documentary’s collectors “package” and get a copy of the film along with your own bull “package” in a jar. After the break, check out the details on the documentary and its phallic collectible.
Pixar has a habit of hiding nifty little Easter Eggs in each of their films. Whether its nods to the classroom A113 or the Luxo Ball, or a tease of what’s to come, you’re more then likely to find some sort of Pixar related reference in each of these films.
Now, just in time for Easter Sunday, Pixar has an Easter Egg hunt of their own you can participate in just by using the “Discover” section of the “Disney Movies Anywhere” streaming site.
While the clip after the jump doesn’t cover Pixar’s entire library of films, it is a great way to introduce you to the history of the Easter Eggs, and how you can spot them. Hit the jump to see the full video by Toy Story 3 director Lee Unkrich. [Read more...]
After some truly astonishingly weird Carl’s Jr. ads, and an wonderful viral marketing campaign, Fox has released one final trailer for X-Men: Days Of Future Past. And it is a pretty exciting trailer, especially since the last few felt lackluster.
You know the story, the war between mutants and humans has reached the breaking point. So to save humanity, Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) is sent into the past to remind a younger Professor X (James McAvoy) of his purpose in life. There will be humans fighting mutants, mutants fighting Sentinels, and much more. Hit the jump to see the full trailer. [Read more...]
David Fincher may have dropped out as director of Sony Pictures’ upcoming Steve Jobs’ biopic, but we still have his adaptation of Gillian Flynn‘s mega-bestseller Gone Girl to look forward to. Now at first it may seem like a film like this would not have a viral marketing campaign. But if you look closely at the newly released trailer, you’ll find that it does.
It may not be as extensive as some of the other viral marketing campaigns we have covered, but the Gone Girl viral marketing does set a precedence, with it’s strange website, and interesting faux tip hotline.
Hit the jump to see the first Gone Girl teaser, plus a look at the viral marketing campaign is all about. [Read more...]
Whether or not you liked (or even seen) Sharknado, the TV Movie has become a cult smash hit. The ratings were so good that SyFy quickly commissioned a sequel appropriately titled Sharknado 2: The Second One. Now those who are a fan of the film or just have enough money to get into the filmmaking gig can be a part of the experience by creating a scene for the film, which they will get credit for, if they are willing to pony up $50,000. Hit the jump to learn more. [Read more...]
Award shows, especially ones like the MTV Movie Awards, are a great place to promote blockbuster tentpoles. The first TV spot for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles aired during the awards show last night, and while a majority of it was the teaser trailer condensed into a 30 spot, it does give us our brief first look at Master Splinter, the Turtle’s master and teacher.
Hit the jump to check the new video out. [Read more...]
At the MTV Movie Awards viewers got a chance to catch a sneak peek at John Green‘s The Fault in Our Stars, the movie poised to charm your pants off when it comes out on June 6th. Here we have a clip of Ansel Elgort as the charismatic Augustus Waters uttering the words of one of the novel’s most quoted, reblogged, instagramed and retweetable moments. Hit the jump to see more. [Read more...]
With the viral marketing campaign revived, and the MTV Movie Awards having aired, Fox released a brand new clip to help promote X-Men: Days Of Future Past. The film has seen some strange marketing in the past, most notably the introduction of QuickSilver’s powers via a Carl’s Jr. commercial. Now a brand new clip will help us forget such a commercial even aired – unless you see it on TV again.
The new clip sees the X-Men of the Future, Blink (Fan Bingbing), Iceman (Shawn Ashmore), Kitty Pryde (Ellen Page), Colossus (Daniel Cudmore), Sunspot (Adan Canto), Bishop (Omar Sy) and Warpath (Booboo Stewart) all working together to defend against a Sentinel attack. Hit the jump to see the clip. [Read more...]
The Internet is full of videos related to movies and television, whether they be fan made, studio made, or somewhere in between. We regularly bring you the best, most interesting, or just plain weirdest. In this week’s edition: Our favorite frozen hero gets a cartoon, a deadly Sith lord gets a new voice, and an epic TV theme song gets even better.
Hit the jump to see this week’s videos!
We recently posted a viral video promoting X-Men Days Of Future Past, which focused on the 25 moments in history changed by humans and mutants from 1968 – 2018. From moments like the Kennedy Assassination, and the Chernobyl diaster, to the Mad Cow Disease Breakout in 1996 and Guantanamo Bay, and future events that will have a huge impact on the chronology of the X-Men film franchise.
X-Men Days Of Future Past will connect the different generations of X-Men film franchises into one cohesive universe. The mutants of X-Men, X2: X-Men United, and X-Men: The Last Stand working together with the mutants of X-Men: First Class to prevent a future without mutants. Without humans.
A new viral site gives us more detail as to how these 25 events in history lead us to Days Of Future Past. Hit the jump to learn more, and see 25 exciting new images. Beware, there will be spoilers. [Read more...]