Mark Ryan Hong Kong appearance and contest update
Thursday, August 6th, 2009 3:52PM CDTCategories: Event News, Movie News, People News, Press Releases
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TRANSFORMERS STAR MARK RYAN IN HONG KONG TO PROMOTE FILM & ONLINE CONTEST
Ryan will Appear at Hong Kong’s Toys Open Day & Super Festival and Announce Finalists in “Behold the Glory of Jetfire Contest”
Los Angeles, CA – August 4, 2009: Actor Mark Ryan, the voice of Bumblebee in “Transformers” and Jetfire in “Transformers Revenge of the Fallen,” is on his first visit to Hong Kong to promote his role in the blockbuster at Hong Kong’s Toys Open Day & Super Festival (http://www.hitec.com.hk/tc/index.htm) taking place August 8th through August 9th. This appearance also coincides with Ryan’s “Behold the Glory of Jefire” contest where fans were invited to submit creative content demonstrating their devotion to the character up unitl August 1st. Ryan will soon post the top 5 entries on his blog (Angel in the Dark). Fans are encouraged to vote for their favorite entry beginning August 10th until August 15. The two fan favorites will win collectible, SeaHope Transformers watches.
WHO: Mark Ryan (Transformers, Transformers Revenge of the Fallen)
WHAT: Toys Open Day & Super Festival
WHERE: Hong Kong International Trade & Exhibition Centre
Rotunda 3, 6/F HITEC.
1 Trademark Drive, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong
WHEN: August 8th & 9th, 2009:
WHY: “Transformers” and “Transformers Revenge of the Fallen” have excited new fans and old fans alike since 2007. Ryan, who has been involved with the production since the original “Transformers”, holds a deep appreciation for the franchise and enjoys sharing his enthusiasm for the film with its loyal fan base worldwide. Ryan will promote the film during his time in Hong Kong and by announcing the finalists in his “Behold the Glory of Jetfire” contest, which overwhelmed him with entries and showcased the creativity and passion of “Transformers” fans.
About Mark Ryan:
Mark Ryan worked on the original “Transformers” movie during production as the on-set voice of several robots prior to being cast in the final film as the voice of Bumblebee. He also voiced Ironhide and Hoist for the Activision video game based on the film and is currently doing more voice work for “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.” Ryan has been combining his acting, singing, writing and Action Direction talents in an eclectic and successful career ranging over 30 years.
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For more information and all media inquiries regarding Mark Ryan, please contact Alison Mullin at 310-560-4049 orAlison@starfish-pr.com.
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Posted by Mach on August 8th, 2009 @ 9:03am CDT
Original link: http://www.hk-tf.com/discuz/upload/view ... a=page%3D1
Posted by Delicon on August 9th, 2009 @ 7:21pm CDT
You might remember that we reported that Transformers actor Mark Ryan (Bumblebee in TFTM and Jetfire from ROTF) would be making an appearance at this event.
Below you can see Mark signing an autograph at the festival, along with several other images from this fun event.
To view the rest of the images (and there are many) please click here.
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Jetstorm9221 wrote:Is that Wheeljack real or is he a KO?!!!!
I'm pretty certain it's a KO. There is an extreme proliferation of the high-quality fake G1 figs in Southeast Asia, especially Wheeljack, Cyclonus, Scourge, Devastator giftset and Mirage. Practically every dealer is honest and up-front about it, usually volunteering the info that the item is a knockoff without being asked. They're still pretty pricey for fakes tho.
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