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Viewers of the upcoming movie may think that one new element of the Mitty tale is particularly fantastical: his e Harmony customer-service experience, in which a representative of the online-dating service regularly calls him on the phone to talk about his romantic problems and offer advice.
It turns out, however, that the e Harmony plotline is less an example of typical Mitty-ish fantasy and more an example of a new model for the cinematic product tie-in business.
“In the Internet business, there are no hard deadlines.
Mitty imagines himself in outlandish and heroic situations while his real life is as bland as can be.
His first instinct was to say no right away to the request.
But at the same time, he thought the screenwriter’s idea of romance matched the company’s — and there was the little matter that, in fact, e Harmony had already been batting around the idea of going in the direction the script happened to take things.
(MORE: Read the Short Story Online) That’s because, says Grant Langston, e Harmony’s vice president of content and customer experience, the company had that exact same disbelieving thought when they received the script about a year and a half ago.
The way e Harmony works in wasn’t the way it works in real life.
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