“What I think the Alita Army should do is keep peppering our family now at Disney and [let them know] how important it is to have another Alita movie and hopefully we’ll venture there one day.” – film producer Jon Landau
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How It Should Have Ended (HISHE) is a popular web series on YouTube with animated videos that can reach thousands of people. If we could get them to make a video about Alita it would be great exposure for her. There are a number of ways we can get their attention. You can try one or all of these methods:
1. Tag HISHE in a tweet asking them to make a video about Alita
Our very own wordsmith Ray Duell wrote a piece for Comic Watch about the Alita Anniversary celebration on February 14. The Alita Army will be taking to social media on the second anniversary of the U.S. release of Alita: Battle Angel to share their love of the film and to let the film studio know that we still want an #AlitaSequel!
We’re coming up on the 2nd anniversary of the U.S. release of Alita: Battle Angel. Join us on Twitter (or other social media) and share your love of one of @JimCameron‘s most amazing films. What does the film mean to you? Post using the hashtag “#AlitaAnniversary” on February 14.
Mike Reyes of Cinemablend tells us why he believes that not only is this the best time for Alita to go to another film studio but there is reason to hope that it could happen.
“Paramount’s recent acquisition of Spamalot, after the fully-developed picture languished on the Disney lot, shows that both parties might be amenable to future deals. But Paramount adding pieces of the Fox apparatus one by one feels like the reunion of former co-workers, which could make for promising developments in the world of Alita: Battle Angel if the fans are loud enough.”
Inspired by a mysterious Alita: Battle Angel poster stapled to a poll by an unknown person, the Alita Army is finding people around the world to help put Alita flyers up in time for the two-year anniversary of the release of Alita in theaters. The original tweet mentioned can be seen below:
Inspired by this, @Foxfire40900590 organized a campaign to have people around the world post (and hand out) Alita flyers, with the most recent ones featuring the date of the Alita anniversary. Perhaps, you might want to join in. See further details at the tweet below:
UPDATE: Someone on Twitter appreciates the flyers that were put up for the 2nd Alita Anniversary.