- The Marketing of "An Inconvenient Truth"
- King Kong
- Snakes on Plane
- Project Working Stiff: the blog
- Credits roll for 'Clerks II' Smith pic turns to MySpace for new promo
- UK leads the way for online feature films
- Superman Returns with More TV and Web Ad Spots
- Paramount's 'An Inconvenient Truth' Marketing Taps Current Events
- I'm Dying to See...Thursday, October 06, 2005
Viewers interact with "Corpse Bride" scenes and characters through this multilayer website by BLITZ.
- National Treasure - The Official Movie Web Site Official site for Touchstone Pictures' action-packed adventure "National Treasure."
Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer ("Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl") and directed by Jon Turtletaub. "National Treasure" stars Nicolas Cage as Benjamin Franklin Gates, a dashing, modern-day treasure hunter who must outsmart a ruthless British adventurer, outrun the FBI and escape from one hazard after another in an edge-of-your-seat quest to save one of America's most precious historical documents.
- The Reeler: In the Picturehouse: Berney on the Foreign-Film Struggle
- Movie Marketing Blog - Movie Marketing Update:
Wellspring Theatrical Distribution Division to Cease Operations The Movie Marketing Blog analyzes the latest movie, DVD, and television marketing trends and techniques.
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- Hollywood's Marketing Upheaval, Part One
Will a bad summer for movies be a boon for online ad budgets?
- New Movie Reviews -
As the premiere Hollywood trade publication, The Hollywood Reporter brings you the latest on new upcoming movie releases, as well as casting news on new release movies.
- InsideBrandedEntertainment delivers news stories, winning campaigns, and deal making insights throughout the day about branded entertainment and product placement.
- Netflix Stirs Up Excitement for ‘Geisha Girl’
- Inspiring Your Community to Become Involved. To promote the cult horror movie Oldboy, FanPimp created a community site called The Hand.
More than just a promotional site, fans of the obscure Asian film genre are challenged to become actively involved by supporting topics, respond to polls, and developing their own content. Members also earn points for activities like downloading a flyer for a movie, hanging it up in a public space, and then posting a photo of it.
These points then can be redeemed for prizes like DVD's, t-shirts, and posters.