Rooster Teeth Teams Up with Gunpowder & Sky Distribution to Deliver Their Feature Film to an Even Larger Audience
“Gunpowder & Sky Distribution, a film distribution company that specializes in releasing Independent Films and documentaries, has just announced that the Director’s Cut of the hit sci-fi comedy film “Lazer Team,” the first feature film from Rooster Teeth, will be available to own across all major Video On Demand platforms. This includes iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Video, Vudu, Microsoft Movies, and PlayStation, as well as Time Warner Cable, Comcast Xfinity, Verizon FiOS, and DirecTV. It will be available for streaming starting January 27th, which marks the one-year anniversary of the film’s theatrical release.
Rooster Teeth raised over $2.48 million in crowdfunding in 2014 on Indiegogo for feature film, Lazer Team.thevideoink.com
“Lazer Team”, which centers on four small-town losers who stumble across an alien crash site containing an incredible battle suit, was one of the biggest crowdfunded films in history with donations adding up to more than $2.4 million.
“We’re excited to bring ‘Lazer Team’ to an even broader audience by launching on the most popular TVOD services out there,” said the films Director Matt Hullum in a press release. “Thanks to Gunpowder & Sky we’re able to reach more of our fans on the services they use every day and let them add ‘Lazer Team’ to their digital libraries.”
In addition to the TVOD launch, a limited edition ‘Champion Package’ of “Lazer Team: The Director’s Cut” will also be available and features exclusive merchandise and bonus content like the “Lazer Team” digital soundtrack, a set of “Lazer Team” character post cards, and a video message about the upcoming sequel presented by YouTube Red, “Lazer Team 2.”
Gunpowder & Sky is a new global studio dedicated to creating and distributing video on demand content independent of form, genre or platform. Gunpowder & Sky collaborate with both emerging and established talent to generate premium video content ranging from 90 second to 90-minute stories.