And the strangeness continues. That’s right, Rocket Poppeteers! The Super 8 Super Bowl spot continues to yield many different things, and fans are eating it up trying to piece things together. One DC reader has even definitively identified what’s in one of the mysterious images! Read on!
If you head on over to the Apple site where the spot first debuted, you’ll notice something weird. The commercial, while mostly the same, has been changed slighting with flashes of imagery that amount to an even bigger image when put together. In fact, the trailer has been changing every so often.
Some truly eagle-eyed fans over at the Unification forums have taken said images and assembled them to reveal something startling. Click on the collages below to see them larger, and keep watching that Apple site for more. If you find additional weirdness, shoot us an e-mail here to let us know about it!
First up DC reader Russell Hooten wrote in with a pretty conclusive bit of evidence as to just what one of the mysterious images is … distorted picture of the old Aurora model kit – “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”. The model used in the virals is the glow-in-the-dark Polar Lights reissue. Very interesting Mr. Russell. A+ for the ID! Dig on that and more below including some from the Super 8 Wiki.
“The Paramount Pictures release is set in Ohio in 1979 and introduces a troupe of six youngsters who are using a Super 8 camera to make their own zombie movie. One fateful night, their project takes them to a lonely stretch of rural railroad tracks and, as the camera rolls, calamity strikes — a truck collides with an oncoming locomotive and a hellacious derailment fills the night with screaming metal and raining fire. Then something emerges from the wreckage, something decidedly inhuman.”
Super 8 opens in theatres on June 10th.
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