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New “Rabbit Hole” Poster

December 1, 2010 Leave a comment

Recently, Lionsgate films released the second poster for their upcoming film “Rabbit Hole” and boy, it’s a looker. I don’t know why I’m having such a mad love affair with this image, but it has not left my mind. I wish all posters could have this kind of depth and definition, perfectly displaying its film’s story and characters. This poster speaks quite a bit in its 27 by 40 inches. Well done.

“Jane Eyre” Poster and Trailer

November 10, 2010 Leave a comment

So, I know that the present year’s Oscars are still months away, but it’s never too early (I guess) to start thinking about the future. Though, I kind of broke that mold already when I posted about “The Tree of Life.”

Not sure how many people have been following the most recent adaptation of “Jane Eyre,” but it seems to be on the fast track and looks more than a bit promising. The two leads, in particular, definitely make it worth a look. Mia Wasikoska from “Alice in Wonderland” and particularly shined in “The Kids Are All Right,” plays the title character and Michael Fassbender, of “Inglourious Basterds” and “Hunger” is her tortured lover.

Here are the poster and trailer for the film, scheduled for a Spring release (for some reason, not later, which would obviously put it on a better track for Oscar).

Jane Eyre Trailer

“Tree of Life” Poster and Synopsis

November 4, 2010 Leave a comment

For anyone else who has been following the insanely secretive and mysterious project “The Tree of Life,” directed by Terrence Malick, I thought I’d quickly post this link. The Collider has reported the brand new poster for the film set to be released in May of next year, as well as a very poetic synopsis.

For as long as I’ve been looking forward to this film, Terrence Malick being the visual genius that he is, both the synopsis and the poster really seem kind of….boring. For sure the trailer will reinvigorate my anticipation, but for now, I’m kind of disappointed.

Here’s the poster and the link for the synopsis, below:

The Collider – Tree of Life Synopsis