OK, not a lot of time to give everything its own post today so you get a recap. This is done for your benefit and so that I can clear out my RSS reader of saved items. I’m going to break off trailers into a separate post, though, since there are so many I still have to watch.
- Studios are marketing films that might not even be religous is nature to churches after watching what church groups did to help The Passion of the Christ.
- Shel Holtz sees studios utilizing “independent” bloggers to promote their films as an ever-more popular tool. The instance that got his attention with Universal’s giving blog writers early screening passes to Serenity. Shortly after I read this I noticed Josh Marshall was doing just this – with a good explanation of how and why – on his site.
- U.S. customers of cell phone company Cingular will be just about the only ones in the world not able to access a wireless game involving Wallace & Gromit
- Rob McKittrick, the director of Waiting, has a blog which touches on the film’s production.
- Columbia launched the official site for Zorro 2: The Return of Catherine Zeta Jones’ Cleavage.
- Fox has put up a site for the thriller Stay, starring Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor.
- ComingSoon has two batches of international Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire posters.
- There’s a third poster out now for Saw II.
- I really like this one-sheet for Three…Extremes, a movie I hadn’t heard about until now.
- I disagree with JoBlo on this, I do not think this new poster for In Her Shoes is attractive in any way, shape or form.
- No way this poster for Feel the Love, which looks kind of interesting, makes the cut to be actually released to the public. This will get changed within days, I’d bet.
- The Matador one-sheet looks very cool.