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20TH Century Fox To Beam "Day The Earth Stood Still" Into Space

Keanu Reeves as Klaatu in THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL




Fox To Beam "Day The Earth Stood Still" Into Space



"We are thrilled about beaming this film into space. This will be our first full length movie transmission. And what could be more relevant to send into Deep Space than a movie about the Earth's acceptance of visitors from outer space," commented Jim Lewis, Managing Director, Deep Space Communications Network

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Fox To Beam Day The Earth
Stood Still Into Space
12-10-8


LOS ANGELES Business Wire) -- Twentieth Century Fox makes history by transmitting the first motion picture in to deep space, making THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL the world's first galactic motion picture release. The first deliberate deep space transmission of this highly anticipated science fiction thriller will begin this Friday, December 12, 2008, to coincide with the film's opening day on Planet Earth. If any civilizations are currently orbiting Alpha Centauri, they will be able to receive and view the film approximately four years from now in the year 2012.

In a time when global movie launches are now commonplace, Fox is raising the bar by spearheading, with Deep Space Communications Network located at Cape Canaveral, the ultimate in "wide release" platforms. As millions of Earthbound movie fans get their first look at THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL, starring Keanu Reeves and Jennifer Connelly, the film will be zipping through space at 186,000 miles per second to a heretofore untapped possible consumer base orbiting the three star system, Alpha Centauri.

Industry watchers and film historians will note that due to the distance between our solar system and the Alpha Centauri system, it will take over eight years (accounting for a roundtrip communication) to receive any Alpha Centauri reviews. The transmission is not a single beam aimed at just the Alpha Centauri system, but can be received by any advanced technologically capable civilization along the way to Alpha Centauri, and beyond.

Prior to its arrival at Alpha Centauri, the transmission of THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL can be intercepted and viewed at various points in our own solar system (Distance from Earth ­ at the speed of light ­ and transmission time, as follows):

Moon: 0.000000038, 1.1991888 seconds Sun: 0.000016, 8.41536 minutes Mercury: 0.0000095, 4.99662 minutes Venus: 0.00000476, 2.5035696 minutes Mars: 0.0000076, 3.997296 minutes Jupiter: 0.0000666, 35.028936 minutes Saturn: 0.000135, 1.18341 hours Uranus: 0.000285, 2.49831 hours Neptune: 0.00046, 4.03236 hours Pluto: 0.0006183, 5.4200178 hours

"We are thrilled about beaming this film into space. This will be our first full length movie transmission. And what could be more relevant to send into Deep Space than a movie about the Earth's acceptance of visitors from outer space," commented Jim Lewis, Managing Director, Deep Space Communications Network

About DEEP SPACE COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK:

Deep Space Communications Network is a private organization located east of Orlando. DSCN was formed specifically to communicate with outerspace by a group of broadcast engineers and communications experts who regularly transmit from the space center.

The beam transmitting THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL is by redundant high-powered klystron amplifiers connected by a traveling waveguide to a five meter parabolic dish antenna.

About Fox Filmed Entertainment

One of the world's largest producers and distributors of motion pictures, Fox Filmed Entertainment produces, acquires and distributes motion pictures throughout the world. These motion pictures are produced or acquired by the following units of FFE: Twentieth Century Fox, Fox 2000 Pictures, Fox Searchlight Pictures, Fox Atomic, and Twentieth Century Fox Animation.

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why Alpha Centauri ?

2012 ..... ohh
fox is really tapping into potential markets here, arent they. LOL
unfortunately dvd and ticket sales wont increase cause they're all telepathic. hehehehe

i'd beam titanic though.
I don't think this movie is all that bad. By the looks of it, it's no "War of the World" but when i saw the trailer the first thing that came to mind was the whole repopulation thing. I'm going to see the movie and i'll judge it after i do, but to me it looks like the "ETs" are not here to kill us, but here to transform our planet, bring it back to health. Notice that black smoke melts away all the vehicles and buildings but people are walking thru it. And in the trailer key hints are dropped. Like when asked is he aware of pending ATTACKS, he doesn't say yes or no, he just asks to be let go. The woman is told not to be afraid. and when the guys are walking thru the smoke one asks "do you FEEL that". Maybe i'm analyzing it a little to much but to me it seems like it's desensitizing us with a bit of added Hollywood FX.

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