Washington: ‘The Undefeated’, the movie about Sarah Palin’s rise from obscurity to national prominence, is getting opportunities to boost its sales as the distributors of the movie will be making it available to 75 million homes from September.
ARC Entertainment, the distributor of the film, announced that the movie would be made available either on Video-on-Demand or Pay-Per-view basis through national and regional cable and satellite operators.
The DVD will be launched on 4th October, will be made available at traditional and online retailers worldwide whereas a ‘Special Edition’ DVD will contain new content and will be made available only in Walmart stores.
Deals with premeditated partners regarding Video-on-Demand and Pay-Per-View are to be supported by colossal advertising campaigns to increase awareness in all markets of the film’s availability.
“A 90-day period from August to November we will be able to effectively cover the nation through multiple distribution modalities,” the Politico quoted Stephen Bannon, the filmmaker as saying in a press release.