The trailer is what gives “Ovid” its character and makes it stand out.
Weighing in at 5,000 pounds, this trailer is an essential piece of the “Olympic Games” experience, allowing fans to experience what it’s like to be part of the event in person.
“Ovi” is built on the same principles that have allowed it to sell more than 100 million tickets around the world.
“We have a lot of ideas, but we have to figure out how to make them work,” said Chris Ziegler, director of creative development for Ovi.
“And this trailer was a great start.”
The trailer is the same one that will make its way into the final product.
“The trailer that we’re building today will become the trailer that will be seen in theaters and across all platforms, and you’ll see it on every single screen, on every home screen,” Ziegl said.
“We want to bring the world to the theater as much as possible, so that people can experience it in their homes.”
While there are more than a dozen different iterations of “Ovies” that could come from the production team, Ziegle is confident the final version will be something fans will find familiar and unique.
“You’ll hear about this for sure,” he said.
Ovi’s trailer will be unveiled on June 23 at the “The Oscars” ceremony, where it will be the centerpiece of the Academy Awards presentation.