The killer from You're Next is subtly terrorizing the studio's other movie posters.
They're simultaneously marketing it as a thoughtful drama and a jingoistic action ass-kicking of Osama.
Meet Merida, the Real-Life Version of the Heroine From Pixar’s Brave, Who Is Now Roaming Around Disney World
And the Disney marketing machine starts its engines ...
"They somehow spun the wheel of tragedy and ended up on my name," says Ryan Seacrest.
At least when it comes to her Fiat ad.
It's out in March.
"From my standpoint, the marketing department of FX has taken a little bit of unfair knocks for the lack of performance of the show."
Gaga perfumes are coming.
Sick of having their billboards defaced with profanities and gang symbols, movie studios are now producing their billboards pre-vandalized.
Free screenings for college students! But it's only two-thirds of the movie.
Its new title is the less gender-specific 'Tangled.'
Fourteen laugh-free minutes.
"It's not an R-rated horror movie where audiences know what they're going to get."
Paramount is skipping the coasts for this one.
How do you market to the unmarketable?
The video is making its debut this Saturday night on Cinemax.
... there was no sight of Brad Pitt.