‘Angry Birds’ The Movie: Rovio For Brand Licensing Europe
Rovio’s preparation was announced regarding the Brand Licensing Europe (BLE) that took place last October 13-15 in Olympia, London. At the edge of the movie event, Rovio Entertainment returns to the show where it was set to transact the deal for “Angry Bird” being the first evergreen mobile gaming brand of the history.
The guests of this event was updated regarding the “Angry Birds” movie, the first full length 3D film that will be released in May 2016. This movie is expected to be a box office as it hits the big screen soon.
Joe Lawson, the vice president and the programme lead of the movie promised that it will not only appeal to the loyal angry birds fans but wider than that. He also added that their goal is to surprise everyone–including, fans, naysayers, and those who do not know what to expect from the movie. Quoting “becomes the unexpected surprise comedy of summer 2016”, Animation Xpress reported.
Everyone believes that being involved in this movie is an opportunity because this franchise could attract a world class market.
Along with this, Rovio revealed the first proper follow up for the “Angry Birds 2” after having two billion download in their fourteen “Angry Birds” original game. The full detail of this revelation was announced during the events that took over on San Francisco and New York last July 28, Licensing Biz reported.
The casting and the art style of the preview poster will match the original game and the upcoming “Angry Birds” movie. It was also reported that Rovio has the smart move in adding two more names for the title. There are high possibilities that they could be in new markets like console games or toys to life like “Skylander”. Some was also be relating them to “Lego Angry Birds”, that was displayed at this year’s San Diego Comic Con Expo.
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