Posts Tagged ‘Poster’
Welcome to Universal Pictures’ supernatural thriller with M. Night Shyamalan’s (The Sixth Sense, Signs) signature touch, Devil. Devil is directed by John Erick Dowdle (Quarantine, The Poughkeepsie Tapes) from a screenplay by Brian Nelson (Hard Candy, 30 Days of Night) and a story by Shyamalan, Devil stars Chris Messina (Julie & Julia), Logan Marshall-Green (Brooklyn’s Finest), Geoffrey Arend (500 Days of Summer), Bojana Novakovic (Drag Me to Hell), Jenny O’Hara (Mystic River), Bokeem Woodbine (The Last Sentinel) and Jacob Vargas (Death Race).
In the film, a group of people is trapped in the elevator, and one of them is the devil.
Devil is produced by Shyamalan and Sam Mercer (The Sixth Sense) and executive produced by Drew Dowdle (Quarantine) and Trish Hofmann (The Ruins).
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Here is the second poster for the first film in the Night Chronicles series. The screenplay was written by Brian Nelson (30 Days of Night), based on a story treatment by M. Night Shyamalan. The film was directed by John Erick and Drew Dowdle (Quarantine).
A group of people, including a formerly alcoholic homicide detective (Messina), trapped in an elevator discover that one of them is the devil.
That is the tagline that tops the final posters for M. Night Shyamalan’s upcoming film The Last Airbender. This film is intended to be the first of a trilogy that has the potential to be a sort of Lord of the Rings for martial arts. Not only that, but it also shares the same Director of Photography as The Lord of the Rings in Andrew Lesnie. Both of the posters are epic in nature, one displaying the battle between Fire and Air, in this poster for the UK. It appears that the fire is feeding on the air, as it does, and which adds to the peril that Aang is in, for the fight with Zuko. The other is the US poster, which features everyones favorite pet peeve: floating heads. Though for something that is as epic and character driven, it’s a great way to show the grand scope of the film, and it has a bit of the feel of the original poster for The Fellowship of the Ring, while being unique to its’ own franchise.
See the LOTR and TLA posters side by side after the break.
Aang and Zuko continue to the the characters that are focused on in the posters for the film. Here is a couple of new ones that both highlight the films conversion to 3-D. Both are spectacular.
Thanks to Wags on the forums, where you can discuss the new posters.
The SciFi Wire has the debut of the new Lady in the Water poster! Take a look at the poster and you will notice that there is a lot going on in it. Wolves, Vines, Monsters, Bryce’s beautiful face, and Paul Giamatti somewhere in the mix too. This poster does not include the “Bedtime Story” tag, but shows off the fairytale nature of the story. It also reads “A Film by M. Night Shyamalan“, “Time is Running Out for A Happy Ending“, and the cast and crew credits. Oh heck. check it out for yourself…
The Vineyard Theatre offers its first online charity auction — featuring rare, autographed theatre, film and television collectibles; opening night and film premiere tickets; backstage tours of Broadway’s biggest shows; lunches with celebrities; and much more — on eBay.com, now through May 3rd. Proceeds benefit the not-for-profit Vineyard Theatre.