Genius Brands International is partnering with Fathom Events for a special one-night cinematic screening of SpacePOP: Not Your Average Princess — a feature-length compilation of season one of the music- and fashion-fueled series — coming to theaters across the US on September 16.
The event screening will also featurig two sneak peeks at SpacePOP season 2, the premiere of all-new music videos, and “a special surprie featuring some of SpacePOP’s biggest fans.” Ticket purchasers will also get a copy of the show’s original music soundtrack, a 20% off coupon from official partner Spirit Halloween, and discounted tickets to promotional partner Six Flags’ Holiday in the Park winter celebration (while supplies last).
“In less than a year since the debut of the SpacePOP brand, we have successfully extended the characters and storylines across multiple online and offline channels, including YouTube, SVOD and OTT platforms, iTunes, PopJam, Musical.ly, and at specialty, mid and mass retailers, to touch virtually every aspect of our audiences lives,” said Stone Newman, President, Global Consumer Products, Worldwide Content Sales & Marketing for Genius Brands. “Releasing SpacePOP on the silver screen is the next frontier to exponentially build upon our fan base.”
Participating cinema chains include AMC, Regal and Cinemark — ticket sales and participating theater locations will be available on FathomEvents.com soon.
Since launching last June, SpacePOP has released over 100 short-form episodes and original animated music videos, adding up to more than 15 million channel views, 50,000+ subscribers and approximately 30,000 hours of viewed programming featuring the intergalactic adventures of the pop princesses. Over 100 licensed products launched at retail last year, which will be built on in 2017 with costumes from Spirit Halloween, DIY activity kits at Claire’s, and dedicated retail sections at Go! stores nationally. Plus, promotional partnerships with Six Flags and Zumba Kids in the US, and media/licensing expansions into Europe and Asia.