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As the credits begin to roll for 2012, it's time to do what any rational journalist does; make a year-end list, of course. The past year has been filled with many influential film moments on social media. It's time to reveal the top five.
5. The Avengers global Twitter chat
Do you remember the adrenaline-high you felt during all that promotional teasing for The Avengers? One of Marvel's highlights during its marketing campaign for the superhero team-up flick was when it held a Live global Twitter chat. For 30 minutes, fans from all over the world had the chance to live tweet questions and gain answers from cast members Samuel L. Jackson, Tom Hiddleston, Clark Gregg and director Joss Whedon. »
- Jeremy Singer
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