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And some bonus posters that made me think of Abba.
I’m a huge fan of the Mondo Gallery and the poster/prints they do. I have two of them up in my office. Well, now Mondo has paired with Oh My Disney to create an art exhibit called Nothing’s Impossible – …
“We went to the Tower of London and asked and usually they’d say no, but this time we said, ‘It’s for The Muppets’, so they said, “We love Kermit even more than James Bond” and so the drawbridge was lowered.”
It’s like Moby Dick with house music. Sort of. Depending on how you look at it.
I’m curious to see what Gatiss has cooked up. Sweetening the deal with David Bradley, Jessica Raine, Brian Cox and the rest of the cast makes it irresistible.
If there was any doubt that American Hustle is shaping up to be the most fun movie of fall 2013, these posters from the caper-comedy-thriller should put them to rest.
This is a movie that I’ve known about for a few years now, and from the moment of its conception I’ve heard nothing but praise.
One film, two characters, four actors. These first designs for X-Men: Days of Future Past go one step beyond typical character posters.
The designs of Disney’s upcoming Frozen often use conflicting styles in opposing pairs. Here’s an example.
From The Trusty Servant to The Lion Heart by way of a Famous Cock and Intrepid Fox.
This really does look like it will be fun, and they’ve reinvented Helen Mirren’s role in all of this in just the right way.
What the stars, and I suppose post-TV stars, of Arrested Development look like these days. Very much like the way they used to look, in fact.
These new Arrested Development posters distill the Bluths and Funkys down to a single prop each.
Hot shoe action from one of the film’s stylised fantasy sequences.
The Doctor meets Clara Oswin Oswald again… or at least somebody who looks a lot like her.
Adam Brody, Kristen Bell, Emily Watson, Zoe Kazan – Some Girl(s) Character Posters – UPDATED With Clips
Some Girl(s) has been adapted from Neil LaBute’s play of the same, awkward name by LaBute himself and director Daisy von Scherler Mayer.