SUPERMAN: MAN OF STEEL Viral Marketing Begins With Alien Transmissions
Viral marketing for Zack Snyder's upcoming Superman film, Man of Steel, has kicked off with a website claiming that it has received alien messages from deep space and would like help decoding them. Update! It appears as though a Kryptonian countdown has begun.
A new website, the "Deep Space Radio Wave Project" (DSRW), has just surfaced online, and it is most likely a viral website for the new Superman film, Man of Steel. You can see on the bottom of the webpage that it is copyrighted by Warner Bros., the studio producing the film.
CLICK IMAGE TO VISIT DSRW PROJECT
Welcome to the home of the DSRW Project, a private non-profit research organization with a network of world-wide interstellar communication facilities that support the exploration of our solar system and the universe. We believe our research is essential to understanding the origin of life.
Our mission is to capture deep space radio waves and analyze them for patterns and messages. We share our findings with the public and work together to answer the question, “Are we alone in the universe?” Through collaboration, we will separate real communication from galactic white noise.
The goal is to recognize a pattern of sounds and mark them off in the corresponding boxes provided to unlock each interstellar signal. So far fans have very quickly decoded all ten messages that were provided, but check back often for more.
Update! Thanks to TheManOfSteel1013 we can now see what appears to be a countdown with Kryptonian symbols. What is coming? Perhaps the new Man of Steel trailer?
CLICK IMAGE TO VIEW THE COUNTDOWN
Thanks to Superman: Man of Steel (2013) for the heads up!
Man Of Steel, starring Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Kevin Costner, Diane Lane, Michael Shannon, Antje Traue, Russell Crowe, Laurence Fishburne, Christopher Meloni and Harry Lennix. The reboot flies into theaters June 14th, 2013!
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