Media Coverage of the #AlitaSequel Banner Campaign Begins

CinemaBlend, SausageRoll, and Bounding Into Comics are just the first of – hopefully – many media sites to give the “#AlitaSequel Banner over the Oscars” campaign some publicity. Even if the worst-case-scenario happens (bad weather grounds the plane towing the banner), we are still raising money for a good cause, so it won’t be a total loss. Here is some of what CinemaBlend had to say:

“While there’s a pretty vocal fanbase dedicated to getting Warner Bros to #ReleaseTheSnyderCut, another fan base has been keeping pace with the devotion of that Justice League focused group of concerned citizens: The Alita Army.

Those inspired fans of director Robert Rodriguez’s Alita: Battle Angel have just started raising funds to take a page out of the DC Comics’ loyalists, and fly a banner over this year’s Oscars ceremony to inspire the folks at Disney to make a sequel. Not only have their efforts met their original metrics of success, but they’ve been pursuing another goal of more philanthropic means.”

For more information on the campaign and on how to donate, follow the link below:

Published by The #AlitaArmy

We are a community of Alita: Battle Angel fans who are dedicated to supporting Alita and Rosa Salazar POSITIVELY. If you want to help Alita get a sequel, the best way to do it is to be vocal, be active, and be positive. Being respectful to other fans and fan bases while using the "#AlitaArmy" hashtag will do #AlitaBattleAngel a lot of good. Alita needs us. We are all she's had for support.

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