Let’s Put Alita On The Moon! Mr. Beast Bought Space On A Rover!

@fkn3: #AlitaArmy looks like a good opportunity to promote #AlitaBattleAngel in 20 minutes from this tweet. Look at the title of Mr Beasts’ latest livestream https://youtube.com/watch?v=STJQMQkF8uA

Mr. Beast isn’t just giving away his space on a lunar rover; it’s going to cost us. On his website is an offer to buy the space. Watch the video to find out how:

Visit his site at the following link: https://shopmrbeast.com/collections/moon

This seems like a great opportunity for the Alita Army to promote Alita. If you participate, let us know so that we can share the details.

Alita: Battle Angel’s Keean Johnson Says He’d Love To Return

Keean Johnson spoke to TooFab and said that he would love it if his character Hugo could return to the #Alita franchise somehow.

As of now, we have no official word on if there will be an Alita prequel series on Disney Plus or if there will be an Alita: Battle Angel sequel, and we are approaching the two year anniversary of the release of the original film (the “Alita Anniversary”). We will keep you updated if we hear anything new. In the meantime, please remember to share the sequel petition far and wide: click HERE to go to the petition.

Radio KAOS Episode #050: How Do You Plan To Celebrate The Alita Sequel Announcement?

Join us Saturday, January 23 at 4:00 pm EST. We want to know how you plan to celebrate the #AlitaSequel green-light announcement?

What plans or preparations have you made? Leave a comment below (and come on the stream to talk with us)!

Queen Studios Gives Another Update On The Life-Sized Alita: Battle Angel Bust

What do you think? Let Queen Studios know on their tweet below:

Screenrant: What Needs To Happen For Alita 2 To Happen

“Disney obviously has to give the greenlight for Alita 2 to enter production, but unfortunately that is not the only barrier the sequel faces. The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on the film industry, resulting in production delays and significant release date shifts. A key component of getting Alita 2 rolling is Disney figuring out where the movie would fit into their larger slate. The theatrical element in particular has been hit hard by the pandemic, and especially for something at the budget level that Alita was at, calibrating how much of a role theaters should play in its release is essential to moving ahead.”

Screenrant also recaps much of what the Alita Army has done to raise awareness of our desire for an Alita sequel. These past campaigns are not forgotten and they continue to echo in the ears of the studio executives. Read what Screenrant has to say at the following link: https://screenrant.com/alita-2-battle-angel-sequel-updates-release-date-story/

The Rosa Salazar cameo you totally missed in Alita: Battle Angel

The Alita Army had done lengthy detective work to discover the location of Rosa Salazar’s cameo in Alita: Battle Angel. It seems the media has finally caught on to it. @doc_ido gets a shout-out in this one from Looper.com:

“At one point in the chase, Hugo and Zapan zoom through an outdoor marketplace bordered by stone pillars. Standing by one of these pillars is none other than Salazar herself, talking to a taller woman as man and cyborg race on by. It’s blurry — basically impossible to notice without pausing and really focusing in — but it’s definitely her.”

You can read the entire article at the following link: https://www.looper.com/307153/the-rosa-salazar-cameo-you-totally-missed-in-alita-battle-angel/?utm_campaign=clip

Radio KAOS ep #047: Radio KAOS One Year Anniversary & Year In Review

The Alita Army’s Radio KAOS has been on YouTube for one year now! Join us Saturday, January 2nd at 4:00 pm EST as we look at the year behind us and look forward to the year ahead of us!

What’s your favorite memory from 2020? What’s your hope for 2021?

Discussing Film Talks To Robert Rodriguez About Family Films (And The Alita Army)

When talking to Andrew J. Salazar of Discussing Film, Robert Rodriguez shared his appreciation for the campaign that the Alita Army launched for an Alita sequel. While he suggests that Alita: Battle Angel “didn’t perform well”, he confesses that it may be better to have a film that is adored by few than it is to have a film that is successful in the short-term but rarely spoken of in the long-term.

“If they are effected by it enough that they would take the time to go and start a campaign, that’s like next level. … it’s so impressive and heartwarming because you went and did that really because you also loved the material the same way and you felt it was worth the number of years you’re going to put in to make it. So when it’s validated by an audience, even though, you know… It wasn’t the perfect time to come out with it, but that the fans still didn’t let anyone forget that they loved that movie. It’s almost better than having a movie that does really well but no one remembers in six to eight years.”

You can read the entire interview with Robert Rodriguez at the following link: https://discussingfilm.net/2020/12/28/robert-rodriguez-on-his-long-awaited-return-to-family-films-exclusive-interview/