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Companies pay handsome product placement fees to be mentioned or visible in huge summer blockbusters. Add in the fact it was featured in the trailers, as well.
Sony didn't pay a dime for those sets, I'm sure.
No dollar goes un-claimed when dealing with blockbuster films.
(It's not a coincidence that Tony Stark drives an Audi.)
Dell had an Ad for their new Inspiron running in the cinema before the movie. When it showed up on screen, I actually noticed an audible buzz in the cinema as people were mentioning it (including
my own son). Come to think of it , the Dell got him as nearly as excited as Aunt May got me...
Maybe I can get Jacob Batalon to sign the brown shipper.
I've never dropped that set to see how far pieces fly when built properly, but it is not that big a drop.
now, in lego destruction video, they usually drop them from higher. I picture them exploding all over the place. here, it just crumbles.
well, that looks a bit different :
looks like the only part which actually flies far is the laser
holy.. the gunship on the following video is really solid