MUMBAI: Comcast Digital Cable and High-Speed Internet customers can get a sneak peek at the penguin stars of the new movie Happy Feet with exclusive content available on Comcast’s On Demand service and on Comcast.net, its broadband portal.
The comedy adventure, Happy Feet, from Warner Bros. Pictures, hit theatres on 17 November.
Comcast offers fans a variety of exclusive Happy Feet entertainment on its signature video-on-demand service and award-winning portal, including:
A Dancing Lesson with Savion Glover – Glover, an award-winning tap dancer who has starred in musicals, such as The Tap Dance Kid and Bring in ‘da Noise, Bring in ‘da Funk, gives home audience members step-by-step instruction on how to do the tap with Mumble in his I WISH solo. Clips of Mumble’s dance help guide viewers to perfecting his moves.
“Somebody To Love” Music Video – Viewers can enjoy special behind-the-scenes footage of Brittany Murphy, the voice of Gloria in Happy Feet, performing “Somebody To Love” from the Happy Feet soundtrack and talking about her animated, on-screen alter-ego.
The Amigos Spanish Lesson 101 – Happy Feet fans can learn some key Spanish words and phrases from the film, taught by the Adelie Amigos, a group of un-Emperor-like penguins Mumble meets when he ventures away from the Emperor Nation.
Penguin Environment Trivia – As the audience watches penguins in their natural habitat, Mumble shares interesting facts about life in Antarctica.
Comcast High-Speed Internet customers also can download Happy Feet mobile tones and wallpapers for no additional charge.
“This exclusive on-demand content offers our customers an unprecedented, new and unique way to interact with Happy Feet’s stars – anytime they want. Only Comcast Digital Cable and High-Speed Internet customers have the chance to get to know these characters,” said Comcast vice president marketing and strategic partnerships Kevin Hill.
In addition to the Happy Feet content, Comcast’s On Demand service offers a growing library of more than 8,000 programs each month, including 100 hours of high-definition content.