It started on the web, it's staying on the web, but now it's coming out as one feature length movie.
In a story from Variety, the Michael Eisner produced (through his company Vuguru) Prom Queen is going to be "repurposed as a full-length feature and will be offered for download exclusively on Unbox, Amazon.com's digital download service, beginning today."
Prom Queen follows 5 high school females who are looking to attain that coveted title.
The film was originally launched as a series of "90-second installments" that "aired on MySpace, Veoh, YouTube and other vidsites."
The series "generated 15 million downloads" since it launched in April and the current "film version runs around 130 minutes and will be exclusive to Amazon Unbox for the next 30 days."
Through Amazon one can buy Prom Queen "for $10 to own and $4 to rent for 30 days."
"The wonderful thing about producing in the new-media landscape is that fans can reach shows like Prom Queen on a number of platforms," Eisner states. "Amazon Unbox gives shows like Prom Queen longevity and serves as a new mass medium and unique way for the show's followers to watch."