\”‘ The day the Earth stopped ‘ by 20TH CENTURY FOX, the world can decide who saved at the rest of the world should be ATLANTA (Nov. 2008) – has joined Twentieth Century Fox with Moxie interactive and created a new application that decide the world allows, who and what is to be saved, when the Earth stands still\”. The application is part of the global campaign of participation for the upcoming Fox film the day the Earth stood still\”(Engl. original title: The Day The Earth Stood still), in North America on December 12 and in Germany on 11 December starts. The film starring Keanu Reeves and Jennifer Connelly in the main roles is the ultimate story of an alien invasion. The digital campaign makes use of seven leading social networks including MySpace, Facebook and Bebo, Netlog and is conducted in 10 languages.
In the film, a respected scientist (Jennifer Connelly) hits the alien Klaatu (Keanu Reeves), who has traveled across the universe to humanity from one imminent global catastrophe to warn. To be soon identified the deadly consequences of Klaatus claim a friend of the Earth\”. Now she must find a way, the being that was sent to destroy us, to convince that humanity is worth saving if it is not already too late to. The rescue list\”of Earth, which will be released today, the question is: what would you save if the world would be attacked? Consumers will be prompted a rescue list\”of 12 things (people, places or objects) to create that it rests on the day on which the Earth\” would save. By sharing the rescue lists\”is stimulated with friends to the feedback and vote about, what is really essential to the list. The best things in the world are tabulated on a global microsite at.