Trailered, Powster’s New Web-App, Elevates the Movie-Going Experience from the Outset, Allowing Audiences to Instantly See Trailers, Showtimes and Purchase Tickets for Any Movie Currently Playing in Their Local Area
POWSTER, the award-winning interactive creative studio, and production company for over 150 movie distributors, announced the launch of Trailered, a new web-app search tool for all films showing in theaters nationwide. With Trailered, moviegoers can instantly see trailers, showtimes and purchase tickets for films currently playing at nearby cinemas through one simple online access point.
From blockbusters to cult classics and indie gems, Trailered geolocates users, showing them the closest movie theaters and which films are playing at each location. Moviegoers can easily create personalized playlists of their preferred films across genres and formats, such as action, horror, comedy, animation, 3D, documentary and more, while still being able to select an exact day and time to see any of the films nearby. Trailers play on the website alongside film art and release dates for every movie listed.
Marketing Technology News: Zeta Global and PlaceIQ Announce Strategic Partnership to Enhance the Zeta Data Cloud
“Until now, finding out where, when and what films are showing has tended to be a somewhat tedious and tricky discovery process. Trailered makes the entire journey a much more engaging, streamlined and simpler experience for moviegoers,” said Ste Thompson, CEO and Creative Director of POWSTER. “Trailered makes finding which movies are playing at theaters nearby an effortless user experience. Simply load the site, and press play on any trailer listed. Those trailers listed are the current films in the movie theater that you can view that same evening.”
Marketing Technology News: Beanstalk Digital Launches Beanstalk Predictive to Provide Robust Data Analytics Through AI-Driven Insights
Trailered is in the United States and Canada covering all movies and movie theaters. Tickets for films can be purchased instantly through the Trailered website and moviegoers can currently try the web-app in their web browser for free.
Marketing Technology News: M-Commerce Not Living up to Consumer Expectations, New Research Finds