Monday, June 13, 2011

Terminal Tower Illuminated by Green Lantern Symbol Tonight!

Press release from The Owens Group

In celebration of the June 17th theatrical release and big-screen debut of the popular superhero GREEN LANTERN, Warner Bros. Pictures will electrify 11 North American cities on Monday, June 13, encouraging people to Join the (Green Lantern) Corps.   Markets include:  Cleveland, Los Angeles, New York City, Vancouver, San Diego, Miami, Atlanta, Kansas City, Sacramento, St. Louis, and New Orleans, where the film was shot.

To Join the Corps, fans will be invited to decipher local clues leading them to a secret location where the “Green Lantern” symbol will be projected from 9:00PM until 10:00PM.  Those attending the event, sponsored by Kodak, will have the chance to win fantastic prizes, including an opportunity to be among the first to see the film at local preview screenings, limited edition T-shirts, light-up “Green Lantern” rings, GREEN LANTERN: EMERALD KNIGHTS Blu-ray combo packs and a $500 gift card!  And some people who are photographed with the projected symbol behind them will have their photos posted on the movie Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/greenlanternmovie.

Cleveland, OH promotional partner WAKS-FM will disclose one clue daily on-air, and on Facebook and Twitter beginning Wednesday, June 8th through Monday, June 13th to help fans identify the “Green Lantern” symbol’s secret location. The first 25 “Green Lantern” fans to find “The Corps” at 9:00PM & recite the Green Lantern Oath, which will be added to the Infinite Oath app on the movie website, will win “Green Lantern” prize-packs. Everyone that attends the event will have the opportunity to be registered to win a $500 gift card given away at 10:00PM.

“Green Lantern” opens in theaters nationwide in 3D and 2D on Friday, June 17, 2011. The film has been rated PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action.

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