Disney’s Zootopia brings back anthropomorphic characters for an all new adventure. The film will put a twist on the buddy cop genre by pairing two characters — the sly con artist fox Nick Wilde and by-the-book rabbit cop Judy Hopps, who are normally associated as predator and prey — together to help solve a huge mystery taking place in the titular city of Zootopia.
The anthropomorphic metropolis is home to areas like Sahara Square, which was built for desert animals; Tundra Town, a snowy and cold structures for cold animals; the humid Rainforest District; and The Bunny District, home to millions of rabbits living in bunny-shaped houses, with an ever-growing population. Now Disney has released a brand new poster giving us an idea of how their world isn’t that much different from our own. Check out the full poster below.
Every year, the Cannes Film Festival screens the latest features from some of the world’s most prestigious directors amidst a sea of glitz and glamor, and by a jury of celebrated filmmakers and artisans select titles are handed awards for various achievements their financiers and distributors will make great use of when they begin to mount the inevitable Oscar campaigns several months later.
Cannes is also the place where producers and filmmakers come to peddle their latest movies and raise funds for future projects with little more than hastily-assembled posters and trailers to show potential investors. The posters that emerge from every Cannes Film Festival are some of the craziest, retina-scouring images a human being could ever gaze upon. But on occasion you might find something amazing hiding among the dreck, such as this sales poster for the long-in-gestation The Legend of Conan.
It may be a cold and blustery winter where I’m at, but for the people at Mondo they are celebrating like it’s summer. Two new posters for Steven Spielberg films, which oddly enough were released during summer, have been revealed online. Poster details and sale info for Mike Mitchell‘s E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial and Laurent Durieux‘s JAWS posters are all available here below. So hit the jump to see full images of these beautiful posters.
Like all Mondo posters before them, these put an emphasis on a certain scene or characteristic from the film that made them so iconic. Taking a look at the E.T. poster, which uses the memorable cycling scene, and it feels so warm and brings that sense of adventure to life.
What a difference a couple of years make. After sitting on a shelf for the better part of two years, the remake of Red Dawn hits theaters this Thanksgiving. The film features a new generation of American’s youth defending their land against the forces of the North Koreans. Originally the film’s antagonists were the Chinese, but the film was digitally altered so that the antagonists would be North Koreans. We previously posted two new images from the film, and now we got our first look at the poster for Red Dawn, which looks like one of the options you would see on an instagram photo. Check it out below.
As you can see, MGM and Open Road are slowly pushing out the promotional material for the film. With this poster, this brings out print promotions to a grand total of four (the header image above, the two images, and now this poster). So if you are tired of photos and are just itching to see a trailer for the film, then you’re in luck, because the first trailer for the Red Dawn remake premieres tomorrow.
Yesterday saw the release of a burning and crumbling Gotham City poster for Christopher Nolan‘s The Dark Knight Rises. Normally this would be a call for celebration as it has been a few months since we saw the release of a poster for the film. But due the horrible photoshop work – which combined the teaser poster and a promo image of Batman from The Dark Knight – fans thrashed Warner Bros for their sloppy release. There’s even an animated gif that proves just how easy it is to recreate the poster that was released yesterday.
Now that Warner Bros has seen the reaction of what horribly done posters can do, they released six brand new posters, featuring Batman, Catwoman, and Bane braving inclement weather. Check out all six of these posters below.