Fox Will Use Google Glass For Home Entertainment Launch of 'Walter Mitty'

YouTube personality iJustine will travel to Iceland and document crowd-sourced adventure with the specs.
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Twentieth Century Fox will use Google Glass in a first-of-its-kind marketing campaign for the home entertainment launch of Ben Stiller's The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.

To promote the release -- which is now available on Digital HD and comes to Blu-Ray and DVD on April 15 -- Fox and Google Glass teamed up with YouTube personality iJustine, who will travel to Reykjavik, Iceland (a key location in Walter Mitty), as the subject of a crowd-sourced, socially driven adventure that she will document with Google Glass.

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"Partnering with Google Glass and YouTube sensation iJustine to capture Mitty's real-life adventures across the stunning landscape of Iceland allows fans everywhere to be a part of this unique journey and experience it in real-time," said Mary Daily, president of worldwide marketing and CMO at Fox Home Entertainment.

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From April 8-15, followers can vote on what activity they'd like to see iJustine do that day (via#ProjectMitty), such as ice-climbing on Solheimajokull Glacier or helicoptering over the Eyjafjallajokull volcano. These experiences will be documented on YouTube and other social media platforms.

Walter Mitty earned $185 million worldwide at the box office.