MGM will promote its 50th anni Mission Impossible Blu-ray set at Comic-Disadvantage. Mission Impossible is meeting up for Comic-Disadvantage, with MGM set to advertise all the films within the spy series in the fanfest included in the franchise’s 50th anniversary.The organization has combined with Last Century Fox Home Theatre to host a booth around the convention’s show floor, This summer 11-15, where it’ll feature four automobiles and an accumulation of props in the films. The products are supplied by Bond producers and franchise proprietors EON Prods and Danjaq.The businesses will require pre-orders for that full-line of 22 Bond films to become launched on Blu-ray the very first time Sept. 25. "Well go lower there and tell your friends concerning the 50th anniversary," stated Michael Brown, professional Vice president of promoting for MGM Home Theatre. "It’s this type of cultural event. We all know these people align with this audience."Although Activision has switched to Comic-Disadvantage to hype its 007 videogames previously, MGM has typically shied from offering the following Bond adventure in the confab. Actually, MGM has rarely made the trek to Comic-Disadvantage apart from to advertise its "Stargate" Tv show.But Comic-Disadvantage is "not only a comicbook audience any longer," Brown stated. "It is a cultural event now."The booth is supplying MGM and Fox (which handles the studio’s homevid releases) having a unique logistical situation, however. Cubicles normally aren’t changed throughout the 4-day confab. However the companies will showcase just one vehicle every day, supplying fans with photo possibilities that Fox will upload on internet sites to construct buzz for that Blu-ray box set.The automobiles range from the flying Parahawk from "The Planet Isn’t Enough" and also the gadget-filled Aston Martin Volante from "The Living Daylights." MGM and Fox are keeping another cars an unexpected for fans. The mine explosive device from "GoldenEye," an initial-edition hardback book of "Dr. No.," an ax from "A View to some Kill," a Bollinger champagne bottle from "License to Kill," a nerve gas vial from "Moonraker" along with a fillet of soul menu from "Live and Let Die" is going to be one of the props displayed.While The new sony is disbursing the 23rd Bond adventure, "Skyfall," in November, it will not promote the film having a panel at Comic-Disadvantage this season, rather concentrating on "Total Recall," "Elysium," "Looper" and "Resident Evil: Retribution" throughout its Friday panel.