Warner Brothers have released another awesome poster for their upcoming adaptation of Watchmen. Click on the poster to enlarge…
The movie hits theaters on March 6th, 2009.
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While I haven’t had an interest in seeing Baz Luhrman’s Australia in the past, the new poster for the film has sparked something in me. I absolutely love the classic style they went with it, and now I actually want to re-watch the trailer… maybe I did not give it a fair chance the first time around.
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Two new posters for Frank Miller’s film adaptation of Will Eisner’s “The Spirit” have been released. The posters are oppisite sides of an alleyway fight between The Spirit (Gabriel Macht) and The Octopus (Samuel L. Jackson). And I gotta say, I absolutely love these new posters. They feel a lot less like copies of “Sin City” and much more like they are finally finding a style that works for Eisner’s classic comic strip.
Click the posters to enlarge and for more coverage on “The Spirit” from the 2008 San Diego Comic Con, click here.
In Part 1, I linked to my favorite site for free font downloads, 1001Fonts. I really like the interactivity that 1001Fonts offers, but on the downside it can be really hard finding the exact font that you want there. Thankfully, we also have Dafont.
A new trailer has been released for John Moore’s adaptation of the best selling video game, “Max Payne”. Mark Wahlberg is Max Payne, a former police officer turned DEA agent whose family was brutally murdered and is on the run from the police for a murder that he was framed for. Add in a conspiracy, cultists, and an assassin (played by the lovely Mila Kunis) out to avenge her sister’s death, and you have one hell of a thrill ride. I loved the game and I have high hopes for the film. Keep reading to watch the new trailer, along with links to the old teasers!
Latino Review has gotten their hands on two new posters for the upcoming film adaptation of “Max Payne”. The posters, which are completely badass, focus on the title character portrayed by Mark Wahlberg. You can check them out here. The film co-stars Chris O’Donnell, Beau Bridges, Ludacris, Mila Kunis, Donal Logue, and Amaury Nolasco. I gotta ask, where are the sexy Mila Kunis posters?
And incase you haven’t watched it yet, check out the trailer below:
Learn everything you could ever want to know about Max Payne here.
A key ingredient to making a film is selling it and getting it seen. To help do that it is very important to have an awesome poster, website, DVD cover, etc. In designing any of those, you have to make sure you have the right font. You can’t just whip something up fast and use a default font on it.
Thankfully we have free sites like 1001Fonts. I have used 1001 for the past few years. They are constantly updated and have such a wide variation of fonts. They showcase both original stuff and fonts that mimic popular shows and movies. The site is set up around user feedback and the creators of the fonts have a direct line of communication with the people using them. Heck, if you wanna, you can even try to make your own fonts and post them on the site. You can take their site tour here.