Twilight Time Capsule
Andrew Sims at Hypable takes a look at the three websites studios have made for fans of the major book-to-movie series Twilight, Harry Potter and The Hunger Games.
Though Andrew seems to be mostly a Harry Potter buff, he concedes that Twilight Time Capsule does a better job than Pottermore.
And frankly, Twilight Time Capsule is the best out of the three in terms of catering to the fandom. Time Capsule allows the fans to shape a website using their experiences in the fandom. It’s an extensive archive of moments from the rabid fans who are the reason Twilight exists in the first place.
I agree completely that Twilight Time Capsule is a better site than Pottermore. I’ll admit that I don’t think TheCapitolPN is a fair comparison though, given that the the first movie in the series is still six months out. Take a look over at Hunger Games Movie to see why.17 Comments
There is a new official Twilight website in town, and it lets you share your memories from Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse and Breaking Dawn with fans all over the world, and view the memories of others. The site is opening its doors tonight!
The Twilight Time Capsule is a new, official community where fans can commemorate and share content with each other, and relive any moment in Twilight Saga film history. Fans can upload their own photos, videos and comments, which will reside next to all of the official trailers, posters and other content from the entire Twilight Saga series of films.
Users can see what other fans have created and shared throughout the years, comment on their photos and videos, and send them to friends. Content can be discovered and viewed by a variety of filters, including by film, date, character, type or category. Anyone can participate by recording a webcam or by uploading directly from a computer through any one of the top social platforms including YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, Photobucket, Flickr & Instagram.
The Twilight Time Capsule is now live at TwilightTimeCapsule.com (http://twilighttimecapsule.com/).
Here is a demo video hosted by Nikki Reed, and be sure to check out the frequently asked questions.