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Revision: AS Film Industry
Transcript of Revision: AS Film Industry
large audience appeal
potential for sequels
Ok...so how do I write about it?
Make your observations in response to the question and reflect on your own study of the film industry.
Give an example that supports your observation. This example should primarily be from your case study - wherever it's from make sure it's accurate.
Relate your response back to question and discuss the wider implications this has for the film industry, especially British audiences.
This doesn't have to come last - but needs to be in every response. You need to show you have a good understanding of how the industry works; secure use of terminology helps show this.
The trailer, which debuted exclusively on iTunes Movie Trailers, was downloaded over 10 million times in its first 24 hours, breaking the website's record for the most-viewed trailer.
In January 2012, Marvel Studios held a global Twitter chat. The 30-minute live tweeting event featured writer/director Joss Whedon, cast members Samuel L. Jackson, Tom Hiddleston.
Disney paid an estimated $4 million for the 30-second spot in Feb 2012.
In total, Marvel and its parent-company Disney secured an estimated $100 million in worldwide marketing support for the film.
Estimated budget: $220,000,000
As of 8 August 2010, Four Lions grossed £2,932,366 at the UK box office.
Edge of tomorrow
Edge of tomorrow was created through the inspiration of the anime comic book "All you need is kill" , which was made in Japan and already had an existing fan base which is why Warner Bros came up with the idea