Ten Summer 2013 Movie Posters & Trailers For Your Inspiration

Hollywood had another record-setting summer at the box office this year. According to Variety, the final summer box office came in “slightly higher than expected, at $4.75 billion” which is a new record for Hollywood, up nearly 8% over the previous record set in 2011.

An important aspect in a film’s box office success is how well the film’s advertising campaigns are executed. Prior to reviews and word of mouth, the film’s poster and trailer are the main driving forces in attracting attention and creating a buzz about the film. Although it’s impossible to calculate exactly how much of a contributing factor the film’s poster and trailer are to ticket sales, researching the campaigns of these blockbusters will help inform and inspire you. We have gathered a list of posters and trailers from 10 of the summer’s biggest blockbusters for you to look over. What are some of the commonalities of these campaigns? What are the differences? What seems to be working and what doesn’t? Scroll down to answer these questions for yourself.

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Iron Man 3 

Iron Man 3 Movie Poster

 

Elysium


Elysium Movie Poster

 

Star Trek Into Darkness


Star Trek Into Darkness Movie Poster

 

Man of Steel


Man Of Steel Movie Poster

 

World War Z 


World War Z Movie Poster

 

Pacific Rim


Pacific Rim Movie Poster

 

Monsters University


Monsters University Movie Poster

 

The World’s End


The World's End Movie Poster

 

The Wolverine 


The Wolverine Movie Poster

 

Despicable Me 2


Despicable Me 2 Movie Poster

In the Digital Media program at FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, students learn technical skills such as 3-D modeling, sound design, editing, motion graphics, and more. These core skills provide the necessary foundation for their careers as digital media professionals. Digital Media students work on many real-world project while in school ranging from television and film to FIDM’s annual DEBUT Runway Show. These skills can be used to create movie trailers like the ones displayed above.

In the Graphic Design program at FIDM, students have the option of choosing Entertainment or Branding. The Graphic Design Entertainment Design Option studies the components and techniques of a successful entertainment campaign using extensive research to create and develop theatrical key art for the entertainment industry, like the ones displayed above.

 

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Author: James Peacock

James Peacock is a Digital Marketing Specialist at FIDM in Los Angeles, California. He received his A.A. in Graphic Design from FIDM and was hired as Social Media Assistant in 2013 by his alma mater in order to help grow the institution’s social media marketing efforts. James now combines two of his passions, telling stories and solving problems by managing data-driven marketing campaigns across multiple channels that ultimately result in a positive return on investment.

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