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You Be The Witness Of The Difference

14 October 2010 No Comment

Looking through various sites today on recent entertainment news, I came across a Yahoo headline that posted a video. The video was the redone commercial from the original “Back to the Future” movie trailer. When I first saw the headline, I immediately assumed that they were making another movie. My nerves began to jump because the “Back to the Future” series is, by far, my favorite film. It is such a staple in pop-culture and can still be enjoyed by many audiences today. However, it was not, but instead, the video was a shot by shot remake of the original trailer. Micheal J. Fox looks just as young as he did when he played the role as Marty McFly and I personally loved seeing the DeLorean again.

In my mind the new version of the trailer looked just as good, but Fame Appeal would like you to be the witness of the difference.

The reason for the recreation is because it is a promotional video for Spike TV’s Scream Awards, which will have a reunion of the whole cast of “Back to the Future.” In addition to this recreation, they have made many viral promotions that have interested the web-savvy audience. Also, it has created a buzz behind the award ceremony and the releasing of the trilogy on Blue-ray. F&A loves to see classics stay around, especially this particular movie. We find it appealing how Spike TV created a large enough buzz to get the attention of Yahoo, which shows that if people have the right concept and the right execution, exposure will come naturally. Just because of this, I sure want to watch the Scream Awards.

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