Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by pie125, Apr 22, 2018.
Seems reasonable both spin offs why not show it there
Yes, and extremely similar demographics.
I think SW: Solo.
I've got a strange feeling that we will get an Aquaman trailer before we get a Bumblebee trailer. Not sure what has been happening in the marketing department but it feels like marketing over at Paramount has been dropping the ball lately.
We are 7 months away from the film, no need to market it yet if they dont want to. i mean DOTM and TLK started its marketing 6 months before the film came out, AOE and ROTF started theirs 4 months before release
I think we're seeing a general trend of marketing starting to happen closer to the release date. The level of competition is so much higher now than when DOTM was in theaters, for example. Between that and the TF series reaching the point it has of being mocked, Paramount is probably making the smart play here.
The reason why there isn't any marketing is because way to blue is focused on deadpool2 since they are marketing so I guess after deadpool 2 it'l be bumblebee
Deadpool 2 is a Fox production and has nothing to do with Paramount.
Paramount will be focusing on the new Mission: Impossible movie because that's where they are getting their money back.
If you read my post carefully you would know I said way to blue is the marketing team for this movie
Yeah, and they are professionals so they handle more than one marketing campaign at a time.
Bumblebee isn't ready to be marketed yet. 7 months out is something maybe Star Wars or Marvel can pull off today, but not Transformers.
Yeah, there's nothing to be worried about. Seven months out is still pretty early to be marketing a movie. Heck, even the last Star Wars movie didn't get that much marketing until fall. It's a good point that Paramount will be wanting to market Mission Impossible next, I'm sure that's what they're focused on right now.
Way To Blue handles multiple campaigns.
Yep. Jurassic World, heck even Infinity War didn't get campaigns until they are 6 months in.
Speaking of which, Solo is indeed a very good choice especially if you consider the fact that Paramount will be showcasing their 2018 portfolio at the Licensing Expo which takes place on 22nd May. So 23rd is a great idea.
The new Grinch movie has a November 9th release date and it had full trailer released on March 8th. The teaser trailer was dropped on February 9th so it's not completely odd to have something out to promote your film well in advance.
I agree that the distance to the release date isn't a factor as to why we haven't seen a trailer yet. Hell, I've seen trailers well over a year prior to release.
Yeah, and on the flip side of that, The Predator is due out in September and not one trailer yet.
True, but there is no need to start marketing now, again if you look at the previous films we didnt had any kind of trailers till 6-4 months before release
Now if they had kept the film in its original June date and we had no trailers right now, then yeah it would be concerning
I think it just seems weird since we're so used to having Transformers movies come out in June.
Anyway, let's hope we hear about a trailer classification in the next week or so. It seems likely if they do put the trailer with Solo.
Travis said he did a test screening did he say it was positive?
I don't wanna get anybody excited just yet but do paramount pictures even respond to their messages?
I tried messaging them to see if they would respond I'll let you guys know if I do get a message back
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