“Jurassic World” will be premiering in a couple of months time, and Universal Pictures is prepping up its promotion to maximize the excitement and anticipation of the viewers as they slated a TV spot release for the film during Super Bowl season. Read on for further details.
The year 2015 is a big year for movie enthusiasts as it marks the release of the many much-awaited films that was proactively announced last year. Part of those high-esteemed upcoming movies is “Jurassic World.” It is the long due follow-up dinosaur film that was first directed by Steven Spielberg in 1993 — “Jurassic Park.” Now, things are heating up as its year of release dawns in the calendars of the people. Universal is furthering its efforts to market on of their biggest films of the year and they’re choosing NBC’s Super Bowl to host the premiere of their first TV Spot.
According to Screen Rant, the TV Spot for “Jurassic World” will air within the broadcast time of Super Bowl XLIX that will take place on the Feb. 1, 2015. It’s actually an obvious move for promotion on the part of Universal as both, Universal and NBC, are owned by Comcast. With this as confirmation, the preview should last about 30 seconds long. The initial report came from Good Morning America and Movie Web adds that so far, only “Jurassic World” has garnered the movie spot to air new footage during the big game.
There’s been a mix reception since the release of the first trailer back in Thanksgiving 2014. They ranged from the ultimate wow factor to the fear of overly used CGI effects that would trample the amazing effects its 1993 predecessor had. This TV spot can definitely supplement both claims and everyone will have to wait until its release on Feb. 1, 2015.
“Jurassic World’s” TV Spot is set alongside the launching of the new ads by companies Carnival Cruises and Skittles, Coca-Cola, McDonalds, Pepsi, Snickers, Doritos and GoDaddy.com. The movie opens in theaters on June 12, 2015.
That concludes our scoop feature regarding the air date of “Jurassic World’s” first TV Spot. Stay tuned on Movie News Guide (MNG) for more updates on upcoming movies.
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