Tuesday, March 31, 2015
'Batman v Superman' Trailer Attached To Mad Max: Fury Road
The wait is almost over!
According to the very reliable Collider, The Batman v Superman trailer will indeed be attached to Mad Max: Fury Road:
After speaking with a few sources, I’m happy to report the first Batman v Superman trailer is on the cusp of being released. I’m told it’s absolutely attached to all copies of Mad Max: Fury Road, which is an obvious place for it to debut seeing as how Mad Max is WB’s first big movie of the summer. What I’ve heard is that Warners isn’t sure it wants to release the trailer while Avengers: Age of Ultron is destroying records and driving all social traffic during the end of April and early May. If they wait until the weekend Mad Max opens on May 15th, Avengers will have already been out for two weeks and they can take over the conversation at a time when everyone is ready to talk about Batman and Superman. The bottom line is: we will absolutely have seen the first Batman v Superman trailer by May 15th.
Collider does go on to say, there is always a chance the trailer could be released well before that date. One thing is for sure, we'll be here to share it with you as soon as it hits. Go Henry!
UPDATE 1/1: In case there was any doubt.. Variety has now also confirmed the news. Yaaaas!
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Duh! But yay! And the countdown continues ....ReplyDelete
Love what the folks at Collider had to say about the science of marketing. And the part about Clark finding his smile after he discovered who he was. Yep!ReplyDelete
Steve is one of the hardest working journalists in Hollywood. He's always flying all over the world to events/premieres/sets to bring great content to his site. So he really knows what he's talking about and is well respected in the business. And the best part is that he's a huge Henry fan, and has always been very supportive of him. That's how he knows Clark so well!ReplyDelete