Apple Announces New Content For Face Place Movie Photobooth

Posted On: 7/29/2019

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GREENVALE, NY -- Apple Industries reports that it has added five licensed titles to the motion picture themes available in its Face Place Movie Booth.

The Movie Scene Photobooth employs "green screen" image compositing technology to deliver an interactive photobooth experience, enabling customers to purchase photos of themselves posing with the characters in scenes from popular movies. The selection of Hollywood blockbusters is constantly updated, and provided by major Hollywood studios including Sony Pictures and Warner Brothers. The Movie Booth also takes advantage of Apple's cutting-edge Smile 2.0 software that allows patrons to share their photos on Facebook, Twitter or by e-mail directly from the booth.

The new themes are Men in Black International, one of the most-anticipated films of the summer; Pokemon: Detective Pikachu, the most commercially successful movie based on a videogame; and Spider-Man: Far from Home, the first installment in the Spider-Man collection to top $1 billion in the worldwide box office.

Also joining the choices now available to Movie Booth patrons are The Angry Birds Movie 2 from Sony, slated to open on Aug. 16; and Godzilla: King of Monsters, the latest in the perennially popular saga.

"Photobooths have been a fun entertainment option for teenagers and families alike for years," Apple Industries pointed out. 'With new technologies and easy connections to the Internet, photobooths now offer great interactive possibilities to entertain guests and drive traffic."

SILVER SCREEN: New from Apple Industries are five motion picture themes from current and soon-to-be-released films. Patrons enjoying the Face Place Movie Booth now can obtain pictures of themselves with characters from Spider-Man: Away from Home; Pokemon: Detective Pikachu and Men in Black International, as well as The Angry Birds Movie 2 and Godzilla: King of Monsters. Images can be printed in several formats or shared immediately through social media.