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'avengers 2' Doesn't Need A Marketing Campaign - Forbes

Image and video hosting by TinyPic But is there anyone on Earth who is going to make a choice on whether or not to seeThe Avengers: Age of Ultronbased on a 9 months-early magazine spread? The only audiences that such early marketing gambits are playing to are those already determined to see the superhero sequel as early as possible anyway. As is usually the case, the earliest of early marketing is firmly targeted and mostly consumed by the converted. The studios spend millions of dollars and reveal heaven-knows-what about the film purely to make the sale to those who are already onboard. To wit, I would argue thatThe Avengers: Age of Ultronis a big enough hit that Disney could well afford to play a little subtle if they so choose. Have fun at Comic Con, but after that, cool it just a bit. Stop letting actors talking about the film when they are out promoting other projects, stop talking about the film while filmmakers are out promoting the likes ofGuardians of the Galaxy, and, aside from whatever is already going to be revealed at Comic Con, no more footage until Super Bowl Sunday at the earliest.Avengers: Age of Ultronis as good an opportunity as any to prove that you dont need to drown the fans with spoilery content in order to make a mega-hit out of an already preordained mega-hit. The Avengers: Age of Ultronis going to be one of the bigger movies of the last few years no matter how many trailers, posters, disney world package deals clips, spoilery interviews, or magazine teases it gets between now and May 1st. The film is already feverishly anticipated among the faithful and the general audiences will come because they enjoyed the last one.
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L.A. Shorts Fest to Feature Disney Panel & Screening | Animation World Network

He is currently overseeing numerous other projects for various divisions across The Walt Disney Company globally. Dave works in a variety of animation techniques including 2D, CG, & Live Action combinations; 3D & specialty projection formats. Mark Watters -featured composer in The Tunes Behind the Toonsis a six-time Emmy Award winning American composer of music for film and television. Known for his work on Goof Troop (1992), Aladdin (1994) and Bonkers (1993). Jon Burlingame- is the nations leading writer on the subject of music for films and television. He writes regularly for Daily Variety and the Los Angeles Times, and has written on the topic for such other publications as The New York Times, Washington Post, New York Daily News, Entertainment Weekly, Premiere, Emmy, and The Hollywood Reporter. He is the author of three books: Sound and Vision: 60 Years of Motion Picture Soundtracks, TVs Biggest Hits, and For the Record. He is currently writing his fourth book, The Music of James Bond, for Oxford University Press, to be published next fall in connection with the 50th anniversary of the 007 movie franchise. Blank: A Vinylmation Love Story Based on the popular Disney Parks Vinylmation collectible franchise, Blank: A Vinylmation Love Story is a 38 minute stop-motion animated film that tells the story of Blank, an unpainted Vinylmation, on a journey through an original new world to find his lost soul mate. Blank is an epic adventure in miniature scale, a completely original, heartwarming love story filmed entirely in practical stop motion.
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