Earlier this year, we showcased a few examples of films released in 2017 that used .MOVIE domains to promote their films, offer interactive content, sell tickets, and more. With the first half of 2018 already behind us, it has become clear that .MOVIE continues to be embraced by studios as the go-to domain for promoting feature films. Check out some of our newest examples of this TLD in action.
The website for A Simple Favor includes a cinematic intro that leads to a site where guests can watch the trailers, read about the plot, and view movie posters. As the movie gets closer to release, it’s likely that the content will continue to change and evolve.
Adrift is based on the story of two sailors who unwittingly sail into one of the worst hurricanes on record. The website opens to a full-screen trailer video, but also houses a gallery, social sharing links, and a ticket portal.
This feel-good movie tells the story of an older group of women who tackle a notorious book for their Book Club—Fifty Shade of Gray. The website contains a quiz and offers the option to book private group showings or even a pre-screening event.
This new retelling of Robin Hood finds its home on robinhood.movie. The website primarily showcases the movie trailer, but also offer bonus content in the form of character portraits.
This rom-com uses the domain overboard.movie to connect with their audience. Whats cool about this particular site is that it automatically detects your location to help you find theatres close by that are showing the film.
This action-packed sequel starring Denzel Washington uses the site equalizer.movie. Rather than making the URL complicated by tacking a “2” at the end, the studio kept it simple for users by simply using the franchise name.
Produced by the same people behind Stranger Things and Arrival, Kin is a crime-thriller flick with a sci-fi twist. The website, kin.movie, shared the story overview, posters, and teasers and trailers.