Vanessa Hudgens: “I love waking up to this little face. Oh darla” (http://instagram.com/p/tk8FxVzCul/)
Today an awesome thing happened, proving that women driven films need to be taken more seriously and that studio execs aren’t always correct. Our little petition for what we believe was the originally intended release of Sucker Punch reached over 1,000 signatures! That is thanks mostly to you guys, and as a thank you we’re not going to just stop there and let it wither away.
We’re coming up with a plan to take action. It might seem silly to be so invested in a film that came out years ago, but we believe strongly that it could’ve been so much more. After all, isn’t that meant to be the message of the film? To quote Sweet Pea played by Abbie Cornish, “They’ll shout through demons if they have to. Daring us, challenging us to fight.”
A few ways we can try and move forward from here is to continue to get even more signatures, although 1,000 was our original goal. People are still signing, and we encourage that greatly. Here’s what we’re doing, and we’d love your help doing (graphics, edits, Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook, and all social media can be involved - especially if you run a fansite for anyone associated with the film!)
- Tweet quickly to Warner Bros. studios by clicking this link. Make sure that you agree with the Tweet, or make your own!
- You can also Tweet to them at WarnerBrosEnt.
- Their official Facebook page is located here.
- Their official website is here.
- Finally, without blowing up their feeds and remaining as polite as possible tweet to director Zack Snyder, Jena Malone, Abbie Cornish, and Jamie Chung to let them know about our petition reaching it’s initial goal. (Emily Browning does not have a Twitter.)
- If you want to get REALLY involved, try printing a copy of the petition and maybe even including a personal letter and mailing it to: Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. 1325 Avenue of the Americas #1, New York, NY 10019
- Their phone number is listed as (212) 636-5000, let them know if you’re so inclined. More than likely, just saying you’d like this information passed up might help.
The more signatures, the merrier. In the end, no matter what happens we have to remain encouraged that there are over 1,000 people who want to see the film as we believe it was originally intended.
Vanessa blog x
Vanessa Hudgens out and about in Los Angeles - September 27