Well, from all the Iron Man 3 advertising that has been pushed, they are trying to make it fairly obvious that things are not going well for the superhero in the third film in the franchise. I'm not sure how I feel about that, because I like my heroes served up as badasses, but I can get over that. I like the idea of this poster, but does anyone else find It odd that the middle of the poster - where your eye is inevitably drawn - makes you stare directly at his, um, junk. Also, I know your facial features would morph when falling upside down at a million miles an hour, but that does even look like Bob Downey Jr's face. No matter, I'm still excited as heck for this movie.
Bryan Singer's fantastical adaptation of the stories of Jack and the Beanstalk and Jack the Giant Killer. All I have to say is that is one big beanstalk…big giant....and one tiny little man. I hope he is up to the task! Kill those big bad giants, Nicholas Hoult, who only makes me think about About A Boy when I look at your face.
I am a sucker for a good Studio Ghibli/Miyazaki film and have been waiting for a new one to arrive. This poster reignites that joy with those sweet eyes that remind me of characters in Ponyo and Spirited Away. This film is one of the first directed by Goro Miyazaki, son of the famed Hayao Miyazaki. However, have no fear, Hayao was involved and wrote the screenplay, so I'm sure the charm will still be there. The story revolves around a group of teens who are trying to save their school's clubhouse from being wrecked in preparation for the 1964 Olympics.
This is horrifying and I hate it and that's all I have to say about that.
I think we have all seen this key art 20,000 times already, but why is Armie Hammer cut off in this new one? Was that a mistake? It's photoshop 101 that you never cut off body parts unless you can't help it. Just shrink their bodies a little! Do they know nothing of composition?! This makes me angry…literally angry.