For every major blockbuster film out there, you can be sure that the studio marketing team will have a set of character posters printed and ready for release.
For every major blockbuster film out there, you can be sure that the studio marketing team will have a set of character posters printed and ready for release. With Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker just a few more weeks away from hitting theaters, we will start to see more and more print and videos from the marketing campaign. Case in point, these new character posters which see familiar faces and some newer characters. Check them out below.
It wasn’t that long ago when the DC Films was paling in comparison to its rival, Marvel Studios. But it has shown a lot of improvement thanks in part to films like Wonder Woman, Aquaman, and Shazam.
They hope to continue that trend with Cathy Yan‘s Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) – yes, that’s the actual title of the film starring Margot Robbie. And now Warner Bros. has given us our very first look at the film’s newest poster, which will show how colorfully “fantaboulous” it will be. Check out the poster below.
A collection of IT Chapter Two posters were shared recently ahead of the highly anticipated sequel’s arrival this week.
One set of these posters, shared on Warner Bros.’ Belgium Instagram account, show the adult Losers’ Club paired with the faces of their younger selves when seen through a red balloon. The second set of posters are basically the same thing, but this time in the form of motion posters with the red balloon floating by and revealing the younger versions of the characters as it passes.
You can check out the posters below along with a lengthy synopsis and some bonus videos.
Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker marks the end of one of the greatest cinematic legacies ever. While the Skywalker saga will come to an epic conclusion later this December, attendees were treated today to a new look from the upcoming film at the D23 Expo in Anaheim, California.
At D23, J.J. Abrams presented brand new footage, which, as of this posting, is not online, but see below for a description. A new poster was debuted as well, which you can see here below.
Based on the 1994 animated film of the same name, pioneering filmmaking techniques have been used to bring the iconic characters to the big screen in a whole new way. In addition to the new posters, Disney has also released a special preview of the upcoming film that highlights all of the visual effects that are used to bring these animals to life. You can check out all of the posters and the video below.