“Let’s Play Ball!” New Clip From Chronicle


Josh Tank’s Low-fi superhero found footage film CHRONICLE has been getting a bit of worthwile positive buzz the past week, only yesterday we saw the clip ‘the thing’ which looked our unlikely hero’s finding the source of their new found superpowers. Tonight Twentieth Century Fox UK have sent us a brand new clip ‘baseball‘ which shows the boys putting another spin on the game of baseball, seeing is believing and as the slogan of the poster says ‘Boys will be boys!’

Three high school students make an incredible discovery, leading to their developing uncanny powers beyond their understanding. As they learn to control their abilities and use them to their advantage, their lives start to spin out of control, and their darker sides begin to take over.

Chronicle stars Michael Kelly (Dawn Of The Dead, Defendor, Adjustment Bureau), Dane Dehaan, Alex Russell​​, Michael b. Jordan, directed by Josh Tank based on a Max Landis script. Chronicle should arrive in a cinema near you February 1st UK&Ireland and 2 days later Stateside.

 

‘What are you capable of?’

As part of the build-up to the release of CHRONICLE Twentieth Century Fox has launched a YouTube competition challenging the nation to show what they are capable of. YouTube users are encouraged to post a video response to the Chronicle UK YouTube channel (http://www.youtube.com/ChronicleUK), demonstrating their talents and skills to the world.  The best videos will be selected by Twentieth Century Fox to be showcased at a private screening before CHRONICLE is released in cinemas on February 1st. The selected videos will be put into a single clip demonstrating what the UK is capable of and also added to the Chronicle UK YouTube channel.

To enter a video users will need to login into YouTube and submit a video response to the Chronicle UK YouTube channel that shows what they are capable of. Watch the instructional video here and join the Chronicle challenge: http://youtu.be/6K_y7pjHaLI Alternatively users can also login into Twitter and tell @Chronicle_UK what they are capable of followed by hashtag #ChronicleUK.

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