‘The Internship’ Movie Trailer To Premiere On Google+ Hangout

internship-movie-logoWhere else would you go to promote a movie about working at Google other than Google itself?

That’s what the producers of The Internship will do next week when they premiere the movie trailer during a live Google+ Hangout with the movie’s co-stars, Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson.

It’s set to happen on Wednesday, February 13th at 11:00 am PT. TV’s Conan O’Brien will host the hangout.

The producers are also hoping to create some buzz across Google+ by encouraging users to submit questions for Vaughn and Wilson via video, using the hashtag #theinternship. They’ve also created a Google+ Page for the movie, and has an official presence on Facebook and Twitter @TheInternship.

This video below is a teaser and promo for next week’s Hangout.

The film features Wilson and Vaughn working as 40+-year-old interns at Google, trying to resurrect their careers/lives after losing their jobs elsewhere. The movie is expected to be released on June 7th.

Related Topics: Channel: Social Media Marketing | Google | Google: Google+ | Google: The Internship Movie

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