Warner Bros. announced a partnership with (their future owner) AT&T today that will have Justice League taking over Times Square in New York City this week, just in time for New York Comic-Con!
As part of this sponsorship, the AT&T store located at 3 Times Square will host an exclusive look at some of the most exciting elements from the action adventure film, well in advance of its November 17 debut in theaters.
- Fans can see and take pictures with the iconic Batmobile and Bruce Wayne’s tricked-out Mercedes-Benz AMG Vision Gran Turismo along Broadway, from 42nd to 44th Streets.
- Inside the AT&T store, see incredibly lifelike statues of DC’s iconic Justice League members Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash.
- Check out video footage, the coolest props and costumes from the movie, try out VR activities, Join the League yourself, and take home an exclusive poster.
In Batman v Superman, Bruce Wayne drove director Zack Snyder’s personal Aston Martin, but in Justice League he drives the Mercedes-Benz AMG Vision Gran Turismo. Check it out in the gallery below (these are from the Mercedes-Benz website, Bruce Wayne’s car may look different in the movie).
Addtionally, a meet-and-greet with best-selling comic book writer Geoff Johns and renowned artist Jim Lee will take place on October 7 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The truly dynamic duo will be signing their acclaimed comic Justice League, Vol. 1: Origin, the flagship title from DC’s The New 52 publishing event. In addition to partnering on the page, Johns and Lee also serve as executives at DC: President and Chief Creative Officer, and Publisher, respectively. DC All Access, DC’s original digital series (at dccomics.com), will be there to cover it and capture reactions. Wristbands will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis starting at 10:00 a.m. that morning.
The sponsorship includes more special fan experiences in select AT&T stores across the U.S. starting Oct. 27, including authentic costumes and props from the movie, exclusive posters, virtual reality interactions and more.
SOURCE: Business Wire
Thanks to Batman News follower @cineloon for the heads up!