Second ‘Paranormal Activity 3’ Trailer

Paramount Pictures has also launched a 'Tweet to See It First' campaign where the top 20 cities with the most tweets will get advance screenings to the horror sequel.
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Second ‘Paranormal Activity 3’ Trailer

Paramount Pictures has released the second trailer for the highly-anticipated horror sequel Paranormal Activity 3, which debuts in theaters across the country October 21. Click on the video player below for the latest look at this horror sequel. Paramount has also announced their "Tweet to See it First" campaign, where the top 20 cities with the most Paranormal Activity 3-related tweets will get to see the movie three days early. You can read the full press release below the new trailer.


In an unprecedented move, Paramount Pictures will debut Paranormal Activity 3 exclusively in cities where the most fans "Tweet To See It First." This first ever of its kind campaign launched today at 8:00 AM PDT and is open to fans worldwide. Paranormal Activity 3 will premiere on October 18th in the top 20 cities with the most tweets, 3 days before the film's global release.

"The support of this franchise from the online community is phenomenal. We again look to reward them for that support by offering them the chance to see it first, this time expanding our reach globally," said Rob Moore, Vice Chairman of Paramount Pictures.

To vote, fans can go to ParanormalMovie.com and select their city from a global map, which will also serve as the point of entry to create a tweet with a special set of hash tags that link directly to twitter. Once a tweet posts, it counts as a vote. A leader board will show the top 20 global markets in real-time.

The "Tweet To See It First" competition is available to audiences worldwide and ends at 11:59 p.m. PDT on Thursday, October 13th. The top 20 cities will be announced on Friday, October 14th.

Paranormal Activity 3 is produced by Jason Blum, Oren Peli and Steven Schneider and directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman from a screenplay by Christopher B. Landon. Follow Paranormal Activity 3 on Twitter at @TweetYourScream for audience reactions and important announcements.

Paranormal Activity 3 was released October 21st, 2011.

Sources:Apple

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  • jasonkat • 4 years ago

    the girl at the end who gets pulled onto the bed, she looks alot like that girl from cloverfield"

    I think Lizzy Caplan is her name. . Might not b the same person im talking about tho.

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    • jasonkat • 4 years ago

      These movies are kool to watch during halloween month. Even scaryerrr by ur elf if u got the balls to, lol. Hoever If they keep milking them then its not so scary anymore because we all know wats coming next. part1 should have been the only film. thats it.

      I would have liked it better if part2 took place right after part1 ended. like the same house, same family, same camera. maybe sumbody is seen walking into the bedroom to find the guy or a trashed room and grabing the camera from the floor location. or sumthing

      The reason part2 failed in all leveles, was because Tthis other family has a same camera in their home. . How the hell doe diff families have a spy camera like that? and then it feels like a movie more than a live thing. Now part3 did it again. Another family w a spy cam. Its really getting old. They r not really dumb movies they jut think the fans will get fooled again.

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      • corey • 4 years ago

        @moviegeek I'm with you on that one hundred percent. Only difference is that I only liked the first one. I didn't care for PA2. It was decent to watch with a couple friends on Halloween night, but this one just looks lame. I'll still see a Midnight showing for it though first night. :P

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        • avrahama • 4 years ago

          @moviefreak97 I couldn't agree more, go back to the beginning. Full circle. Good trilogy, and I agree with the rest of you, end it now.

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          • jasonkat • 4 years ago

            Watch they reboot this after part 5 ..lolz and then stupid people will again go out and watch em.

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            • SomethingMore • 4 years ago

              Looks Scary!

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              • jakn • 4 years ago

                Looks good. I hope this ends as a triogly though. I like these Paranormal Activity movies.

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                • ghostman • 4 years ago

                  @thedude1@moviegeek Depending on how they end this, their might be a PA4 since we dont know what happened after demon Katie took the baby from PA2 :P)

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                  • shuabert • 4 years ago

                    @moviegeek Keep in mind that the trailer isn't made my the filmmakers, it's made by the studios. Trailers misrepresent the actual tone of a film all the time. I hope this is a case where they just failed to represent the subtlety of the movie's pacing.

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                    • moviegeek • 4 years ago

                      @moviefreak97 I hope they end here as well.

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                      • moviefreak97 • 4 years ago

                        @moviegeek I thought so too. My one real hope for this one is that, instead of trying to expand farther, it brings the story full circle and ends on a high note. It's like Randy Meeks said in Scream 3, a good trilogy is all about going back to the beginning. It seems to me that's what they're going for. I hope I'm right.

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                        • moviegeek • 4 years ago

                          @moviefreak97 PA2 was scarier in my opinion.

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                          • moviefreak97 • 4 years ago

                            @moviegeek Oh yeah! Can't argue there. But if I remember correctly, a lot of the promotional spots for PA2 were centered around Gotcha moments. Quite a few of which were not even in the movie.

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                            • moviegeek • 4 years ago

                              @moviefreak97 There were more "Gotcha!" moments in that trailer than in the entire first movie!

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                              • moviefreak97 • 4 years ago

                                @moviegeek Well, I doubt the whole movie is gonna be like that, but I can agree the trailer hasn't done anything to prove otherwise. I actually enjoyed the GOTCHA moments, but I can see where you're worried.

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                                • moviegeek • 4 years ago

                                  I really like the first two, but from the looks of the trailer, this one is all wrong. The reason the first two were so scary was the suspense, not the "AH! Gotcha!" moments. This movie looks so stuffed with scares that it seems to have lost that feeling of dread and mystery.

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                                  • thrashnasty190 • 4 years ago

                                    @thedude1 I agree, I consider them to be just horrible.

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                                    • jonspidey07 • 4 years ago

                                      scares me alot now; I really hope its as good as the 1st one

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                                      • mbrandon11 • 4 years ago

                                        Love it!!! But showed too much i reckon :(

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                                        • bawnian-dexeus • 4 years ago

                                          @cerealkiller *chuckles*

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