16 February 2011 1696 Views

Apollo 18: Big Announcement Tomorrow and Decoder Game Continues

by Dan Koelsch

We haven’t heard much in the past few weeks from Apollo 18, but now we may know why. Also, the film’s Twitter page has been aflutter with a contest that can give you some cool moon-based (no pun intended) prizes. Get the details after the break.

Both the Facebook and Twitter pages for the Weinstein Company sci-fi thriller have posted updates today saying “Get ready for a big ‘Apollo 18’ announcement tomorrow!”. What could this be? I’m guessing a trailer since the film comes in just over 2 months (April 22nd). Keep an eye out on the official website and YouTube page for the film tomorrow.


Since the beginning of the month, the Apollo 18 Twitter account has been hosting a “Decoder Giveaway Game”, where they periodically post a alphanumeric code that you have to decipher. The winners get some great nerdy prizes like these listed below.

•1 Remote Control Moon in My Room – $29.95
•1 When We Left Earth, The NASA Missions DVD Set – $39.99
•1 Moon Machines (DVD) – $24.98

The contest ends on February 22nd, and you get the full details and rules here.


We’ll bring you the big announcement tomorrow, so stay tuned!

UPDATE

Read about the announcement here.



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