Is there a hint in this new poster for Edgar Wright’s The World’s End that, like a hopsy cross between The Faculty and The War of the Worlds, beer will be our defense against the apocalypse?
Film 4 and Warp have cooked up a pretty daring release plan for this film. As well as rolling into UK cinemas on July 5th, it’s also going to be made available on DVD, Blu-ray and VOD and premiered on television, for free, on Film 4′s channel.
I suppose the only way Russell Crowe could have looked more threatening is if he was holding a telephone and not a… a… a pointy thing.
I want to see this and I want to see it now.
Here’s a movie poster that would like you think it has been painted.
As you’ll see, this poster for The World’s End features a multitude of… thing. And they have what would seem to be glowing eyes.
I don’t imagine they’ll do this for every character, but the Samurai, for obvious reasons, is a suitable candidate.
Note the credit: Story by David Goyer and Christopher Nolan. Is that a new addition to the credit block?
Distilling “the intimacy and the obscenity of the film down to its simplest form.”
Do I have to superimpose them on top of each other?
Hemsworth on set, doing his best Thor, no studio sessions required.
A found footage-ish horror film with satire and an eye on faith and religion. By Bobcat Goldthwait. So count me in.
I guess that the marketeers feel that the benefits of using this spectacle as audience bait will outweigh any effect on word of mouth that keeping it secret might have had.
Vulcan goes volcano, and Carol Marcus talks.
Presuming we don’t count the earlier designs as examples of a John Harrison – ie. Khan – character poster, then here’s the first. It’s Uhura, and she’s having a bit of a bad hair day. Rough! Tumble! We’re well under …