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Marvel have dropped this new Captain America: The Winter Soldier poster via Facebook. They also promise an imminent announcement.
Now if only they’d release a trailer or some sort of character-centric promotional clip to go with this poster.
Poster posing and burning military hardware.
I look forward to the one in which Spider-Man does the Bony Maronie but this will do for now.
Here, in reverse chronological order, are a number of 2013′s more interesting posters. I selected these because I thought they communicated an interesting idea quickly or with great efficiency.
And, ultimately, I think I actually like it this way.
The first trailer for the film is expected online on the 5th. If this poster is already out there announcing the involvement of suited of Rhino and Green Goblin, then I expect we’ll get a tease of them in the footage.
Bleeding Cool has been covering the story of a graphic designer who feels he was ripped off by the design agency hired to produce materials for Spike Lee‘s Oldboy. And who appealed to Lee directly. We also covered Spike’s response. …
I’m very curious to see how Angelina Jolie is playing this. The animated version of the character, and Eleanor Audley’s performance as her voice, are pretty much indelible, I think.
According to Disney’s current release calendar, we won’t see Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur until November 2015. That’s a mighty long time.
Doctor Who Round-Up – Ben Wheatley Directing, Vastra And Co. Returning, Poster For Cinema Screenings
Things are quite busy behind the scenes for me right now – you’ll all reap some of the rewards as we get closer to the release of Thor 2, I promise- so some stories just aren’t making it to the Bleeding …
The film was recently given the Shadow Recruit subtitle to – hopefully – help it avoid the problems that dogged movie titles like Jack Reacher or John Carter.
As the Hunger Games books go on they became less cleanly plotted and conceived but, in many respects, even more politically provocative. Will it be the same with the films?
Trekker and artist Juan Ortiz decided to boldly go where no one had g0ne before… in his new book, Star Trek: The Art Of Juan Ortiz, the artist creates a movie-style poster for every episode of the original Star Trek …
Dolph Lundgren and Tony Jaa are very, very different action movie stars. What’s that combination going to taste like?
Also, the poster for the film which seems to be pitching it as some kind of political allegory.
It’s obvious that this poster for Dario Argento’s reputedly quite hilarious take on Dracula is a pastiche of classic designs, but could the artist also have deliberately squiffed up the faces on purpose?