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    Describe how many trailers, TV spots, etc. your movies have and also establish marketing budgets.

    Dawn of Oblivion

    Teaser Trailer: attached to Lord Madship (Year 4) (0:34 long)

    Trailer 1: attached to The Next Dimension, Espionage Project, Warcraft: The Cataclym, Hindenburg, The Red Pyramid, Starcraft: Fury of the Storm (2:16 long)

    Trailer 2: attached to Dragon Age: Onslaught, Worlds Apart, Jack Reacher (2:27 long)

    International Trailer: released in August (2:18 long) (mostly same as Trailer 1)

    TV Spot 1: Released November 1, Year 5 (0:31 long)

    TV Spot 2: Released November 8, Year 5 (0:33 long)

    TV Spot 3: Released November 10, Year 5 (0:32 long)

    TV Spot 4: Released November 18, Year 5 (0:30 long)

    TV Spot 5: Released December 1, Year 5 (0:33 long)

    TV Spot 6: Released December 4, Year 5 (0:31 long)

    TV Spot 7: Released December 7, Year 5 (0:31 long)

    TV Spot 8: Released December 12, Year 5 (0:30 long)

    TV Spot 9: Released December 13, Year 5 (0:31 long)

    TV Spot 10: Released December 14, Year 5 (0:31 long)

    TV Spot 11: Released December 15, Year 5 (0:31 long)

    TV Spot 12: Released December 16, Year 5 (0:31 long)

    TV Spot 13: Released December 17, Year 5 (0:31 long)

    *Spots 9-13 are mostly the same with some title card differences, like "In 2 days" or "Tomorrow" or "In 3 days", etc.

    Teaser Poster: Released in March Year 5

    Theatrical Poster 1: Released in August Year 5

    Theatrical Poster 2: Released in September Year 5

    Character Posters (4): Released in October Year 5

    Banner 1: Released in October Year 5

    Banner 2: Released in November Year 5

    International Poster: Released in October Year 5

    Marketing Budget: estimated $140 million.

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    I actually wanted to suggest such a thing, because good Marketing ideas would affect box office considerably. Also ... you would make it a lot easier for the user who's doing actuals if you describe your poster, or tagline or banner or whatever... Good idea get good rewards. Just saying.

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    Plastic-Man

    Trailer #1: Debuts with Psychonauts; Attached to ZeroG, Chuck Norris and Liam Neeson vs. Bigfoot, and Hot Wheels

    Trailer #2: Debuts with Espionage Project; Attached to The 39 Clues: Maze of Bones and Summer Wars

    Trailer #3: Debuts with Starcraft: Fury of the Swarm; Attached to Brandybrook and Lucid

    One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish

    Trailer #1: Debuts with The Sketchbook

    Trailer #2: Debuts with Ready, Player One; Attached to A Series of Unfortunate Events, and Game Hunt

    Chuck Norris and Liam Neeson vs. Bigfoot

    Teaser: Debuts with Alesia

    Trailer #1: Debuts with Escalator; Attached to Slit Happens

    Super Bowl Spot

    Trailer #2: Debuts with Godzilla; Attached to ZeroG

    Psy: Sorry for Gangnam Styling

    Trailer: Debuts with Chuck Norris and Liam Neeson vs. the Abominable Snowman; Attached to Insurgent

    Summer Wars

    Teaser: Debuts with Ready, Player One; Attached to Alesia

    Trailer #1: Debuts with Nonexistence; Attached to Godzilla, The Red Pyramid, and Hot Wheels

    Trailer #2: Debuts with Oro; Attached to The Next Dimension, Magic Money-Printing Business of Magic, and Blue Beetle

    Double Chronomance

    Trailer #1: Debuts with Game Hunt; Attached to The Jungle Book.

    Trailer #2: Debuts with Paradise Lost; Attached to Nonexistence.

    Trailer #3: Debuts with Madonna: Masterpiece and The Men of the Night; Attached to Oro and The Career Buster.

    Lucid

    Teaser #1: Debuts with The Last Six

    Teaser #2: Debuts with Lord Madship

    Super Bowl Spot

    Teaser #3: Debuts with Godzilla

    Trailer #1: Debuts with The Red Pyramid; Attached to Oro and The Next Dimension

    Trailer #2: Debuts with Summer Wars; Attached to Warcraft: The Cataclysm

    Trailer #3: Debuts with Hindenburg; Attached to Starcraft: Fury of the Swarm

    The Dogs of Babel

    Trailer #1: Debuts with The Shark Mutiny

    Trailer #2: Debuts with The Fault in Our Stars

    Shiverin’ Gulch

    Teaser #1: Debuts with A Series of Unfortunate Events

    Teaser #2: Debuts with One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish

    Trailer #1: Debuts with Psychonauts; Attached to The Red Pyramid, Hot Wheels, Magic Money Making Business of Magic and Blue Beetle

    Trailer #2: Debuts with Summer Wars; Attached to Chris Smith and the Island of the Dinosaurs

    Trailer #3: Debuts with Starcraft: Fury of the Swarm

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    Paradise Lost

    Teaser Trailer: July (Premiered with Nirvana, The Last Six, Comedians, Martian Manhunter, and Remember Flight 175)

    Trailer 1: October (The Good Die Young, The Simulation, The Party, Party, The Vast Dark Part III, Defiance, The Triple Nickels, Insurgents, and Wenan)

    Trailer 2: December (Lord Madship, Alesia, Death of a Salesman, and Ready, Player One)

    Trailer 3: February ( 3:37AM, Unbalanced 2, The Guardian, Countdown, and Tyrant)

    TV Spots: 12 TV Spots Released (January and February). Includes Super Bowl Spot.

    First Poster: San Diego Comic Con

    Character Posters (4): November Year 4

    Banners: December Year 4

    Final Poster: January Year 5

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    Psychonauts

    Trailers

    ----First Teaser: At San Diego Comic Con Y4, Attached to Duck In Space and Insurgent

    ----Super Bowl Spot

    ----Trailer #2: Attached to Ready Player One, A Series Of Unfortunate Events, and Game Hunt

    ----Trailer #3: Attached to One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish, The Jungle Book, The Very Last First Time, and Where?

    Posters

    ----First Poster: At San Diego Comic Con

    ----Character Posters: January Y5

    ----Final Poster: Early March Y5

    Stories From Eden

    Trailers

    ----First Teaser: Attached to Alesia, Escalator, and Countdown

    ----Super Bowl Spot

    ----Trailer #2: Attached to Tyrant and Nonexistence

    ----Trailer #3: Attached to ZeroG, Oro, and Espionage Project

    ----Exlcusive IMAX Trailer: Attached to The Next Dimension

    Posters

    ----First Poster: November Y4

    ----Alternative Posters: March Y5

    ----Final Poster: April Y5

    Santa Claus: Ultimate Badass

    Trailers

    ----Teaser: Chuck Norris & Liam Neeson Vs. Bigfoot

    ----Trailer 1: Stories From Eden, Bowling Night, Brandybrook

    ----Trailer 2: Time Lapse, The Monster Mash, and Fright Town 2

    Posters

    -----Teaser Poster: March Y5

    -----Character Posters: Comic-Con Y5

    -----Final Poster: September Y5

    The Career Buster

    Trailers

    ----Trailer 1: Attached to Game Hunt, Countdown, and Made In China

    ----Trailer 2: Attached to Double Chronomance, Chuck Norris & Liam Neeson Vs. Bigfoot, and Men Of The Night

    The Men Of The Night

    Trailers

    ----Trailer 1: The Triple Nickels, Lord Madship, Countdown

    ----Trailer 2: Countdown, Tyrant, ZeroG

    The Eccentric Minds Of Belmond Lane

    ----Trailer 1: Harlington House

    ----Trailer 2: Catharsis, Empty Hearth, and Everyman, and The Fault In Our Stars

    Countdown

    ----Trailer 1: The Good Die Young, Defiance, The Triple Nickels

    ----Trailer 2: The Road Home, Lord Madship, Miracle Kids, Escalation

    Time Lapse

    ----Trailer 1: The Men Of The Night, The Next Dimension, Summer Wars, Stories From Eden

    ----Trailer 2: Hindenberg, Starcraft: Fury Of The Swarm, Lucid, and Plastic Man

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    Oro

    Teaser Trailer: July (Attached to Nirvana, The Last Six, Tomb Raider,Remember Flight 175, Duck in Space, The Vast Dark III, Citizen Hughes, and Wenan)

    Trailer 1: November/December (Attached to Insurgent, and Lord Madship, Beast, and Escalator)

    Trailer 2: Feburary/March (Attached to 3:37 AM, The Jungle Book, Unbalance 2, Paradise Lost, Nonexistence, and Where?)

    Trailer 3: April (Attached to ZeroG, Chuck Norris and Liam Neeson, Untitled Action Movie, and Psychonauts)

    TV Spots: 15 TV Spots Released (March and April). Includes a 30 second special Super Bowl Spot.

    First Poster: July Year 4

    Location/Set Posters (5): November Year 4

    Character and Cast Posters (6): December Year 4

    Banners: February Year 5

    Final Poster: March Year 5

    The 39 Clues: Maze of Bones

    Teaser Trailer: November (Attached to Chuck Norris and Liam Neeson, The Nutcracker, and Insurgent)

    Trailer 1: December (Attached to La Bourrage Marron, The Bellringer of Notre Dame, and Ready Play One)

    Trailer 2: February (Attached to One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish, The Jungle Book, The Very Last First Time, Paradise Lost, Nonexistence, and Where?)

    Trailer 3: April at Cinema Con (Attached to Chuck Norris and Liam Neeson, Untitled Action Movie, Psychonauts, Oro, The Next Dimension, Blue Beetle, Magic Money-Printing, and Espionage Project)

    TV Spots: 13 TV Spots Released (April and May). Includes a 30 second special Super Bowl Spot.

    First Poster: Comic Con Year 4

    Character and Cast Posters (25): Starting in November Year 4

    Other Posters (2): February Year 5

    Final Poster: April Year 5 at CinemaCon

    Worlds Apart

    Teaser Trailer: December (Attached to Lord Madship, and Alesia)

    Trailer 1: May premier at CinemaCon (Attached to Oro, The Next Dimension, Blue Beetle, Espionage Project, and The 39 Clues)

    Trailer 2: August (Attached to WarCraft: The Cataclysm, Hindenburg, The Red Pyramid, Starcraft: Fury of the Swarm, Lucid, The Shark Mutiny, The House of the Scorpion, Plastic-Man)

    Trailer 3: September [A re-hash with some new footage of Trailer 2](Attached to Slenderman, Action Movie, and The Last Colony)

    Exclusive Trailer: Attached to Dragon Age: Onslaught

    TV Spots: 15 TV Spots Released (October and November).

    Teaser Poster: July Year 4

    First Poster: November Year 4

    Location/Set Posters (5): March Year 5

    Ensemble Poster: Cinemacon Year 5

    Character Posters (6): July/August Year 5

    Banners: September Year 5

    Final Poster: October Year 5

    Official Song Release: 5 November on Itunes, Youtube, and in store.

    Edited by riczhang
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    Hindenburg

    Teaser (1 min 45 sec): Premiered with Nirvana

    Super Bowl Spots 1 (30 sec)

    Super Bowl Spot 2 (45 sec)

    Robert Plant performing the song for the film at the Super Bowl half-time show, song released on iTunes in June

    Trailer 1 (2 mins 15sec): December, attached to Lord Madship

    Trailer 2 (2mins 35 sec): May, attached to all the May releases

    IMAX 6-mins opening scene running from December-February

    Teaser Poster: Released in June Year 4

    Theatrical Poster 1: Released in December Year 4

    Theatrical Poster 2: Released in February Year 5

    Character Posters (3 - Chaning Tatum, Jason Patrick, Michael Fassbender): Released in May Year 5

    Banner 1: Released in April Year 5

    Banner 2: Released in June Year 5

    International Poster: Released in February Year 5

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    That's 8 films with trailers released with Alesia. You guys can't just slap a trailer on every high-profile film that comes out in a 2-3 week span. That's not how studios operate with tentpoles. They attach a trailer to a single major film and the film they attach it to is almost always one they have in the desired time period.

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    Well I decided to not post any further informations about the marketing, that´s just getting to weird because all films in Y5 had their trailer with Alesia :lol: . I guess this thread haven´t an influence on boxoffice or something, right?

    It shouldn't because marketing is way too hard to take into account. Films have blanketed the airwaves with ads but still flopped, because the ads or trailers themselves could be bad.
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    That's 8 films with trailers released with Alesia. You guys can't just slap a trailer on every high-profile film that comes out in a 2-3 week span. That's not how studios operate with tentpoles. They attach a trailer to a single major film and the film they attach it to is almost always one they have in the desired time period.

    That's very true, and I've updated mine accordingly that the only trailer released with Alesia is Chuck Norris.
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    Edited due to mixed reactions.

    THE RED PYRAMID

    IMAX 6-min Prolouge: September, Year 4 (attached to Tomb Raider)

    First Teaser Trailer: November, Year 4 (attached to Chuck Norris and Liam Neeson)

    First Poster: November, Year 4

    Character Posters: November, Year 4

    First Theatrical Trailer: February, Year 5 (attached to The Jungle Book)

    Second Poster: February, Year 5

    Third Poster: March, Year 5

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    Well I decided to not post any further informations about the marketing, that´s just getting to weird because all films in Y5 had their trailer with Alesia :lol: . I guess this thread haven´t an influence on boxoffice or something, right?

    None whatsoever. This marketing info is just for fun and largely there to help make the world feel more real but since many players (like me) aren't participating, it makes no sense to take this thread into consideration when doing actuals.
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    You can't have a 6-mins IMAX prologue for the same film. Hindenburg is on for the films that showing in IMAX from December-February, which happens to be Lord Madship. Also IMAX don't do split releases, so I'm afraid Red Pyramid won't get IMAX treatment.

    Poor Lord Madship fans. They pay to go see the movie in IMAX only to have 12 minutes spent on previewing two other movies. :P Edited by Water Bottle
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    Ratchet & Clank

    Teaser Trailer (1:45): March Y5 (Attached to Hot Wheels, Psychonauts and Magic Money-Printing Business of Magic)

    Trailer 1 (2:05): June Y5 (Attached to The Adventures of Chris Smith, Summer Wars, Warcraft: The Cataclysm, Starcraft: Fury of the Swarn, Plastic-Man and Shilverin Gulch)

    Trailer 2 (2:25): September Y5 (Attached to Adele, Some Assembly Required, Dragon Age: OnSlaught and The World of Milson)

    TV Spots: 17 TV Spots Released (October and November). Includes a special 1-minute Tv Spot that will pass in some kids channels

    First Poster: March Y5

    Character Posters: Comic-Con July Y5

    Final Poster: September

    Banner: October

    Clip 1: November 1 (comedy moment)

    Clip 2: November 15 (action moment)

    Edited by CJohn
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