NBC Universal flexes its collective muscles as part of an ambitious company wide initiative to showcase NBC's hit series "Heroes" with the "Heroes World Tour,"…
NBC Universal flexes its collective muscles as part of an ambitious company-wide initiative to showcase NBC's hit series "Heroes" with the "Heroes World Tour," which will kick off the Heroes: Season One DVD and HD DVD release in domestic and international markets and feature the cast on a personal tour as production resumes on the drama's second season. The news follows last week's announcement that unveiled a multi-faceted, 360-degree marketing campaign shared by Nissan and NBC on behalf of "Heroes."
"Heroes" will be propelled into stores on August 28 for the DVD and HD-DVD launch of its heroic first season in an elaborate seven disc set loaded with bonus features, including 50 deleted scenes and the never aired 73 minute premiere episode. In late August, cast members will continue the "Heroes World Tour" with personal appearances in various countries. Members of the "Heroes" cast who will participate in the tour include: Santiago Cabrera (Isaac), Jack Coleman (Horn-Rimmed Glasses), Noah Gray-Cabey (Micah), Greg Grunberg (Matt), Ali Larter (Niki), James Kyson Lee (Ando), Masi Oka (Hiro), Hayden Panettiere (Claire), Sendhil Ramamurthy (Mohinder), Zachary Quinto (Sylar), Adrian Pasdar (Nathan), and Milo Ventimiglia (Peter).
These cast members will travel to a variety of international destinations, including the following cities: Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore, Munich, Paris, London and New York City, as well as further stops yet to be announced.
Those actors on the North American leg of the tour will be at the NBC Experience Store in New York City on August 28 to participate in signings of DVDs and other merchandise on the floor.
In addition, NBC.com will be the online destination for fans following the "Heroes" adventure as the cast and producers travel the world. The "Heroes World Tour" site (NBC.com/Heroesworldtour) will include photos and video from each international location, as well as vlogs and personal photos from the actors in each city. Fans from around the world can also upload their photos from the events, uniting the online community for a shared global experience. About 20 percent of traffic to NBC.com/Heroes during the regular season came from international countries.