Today we have posters for three festivals offering, each of a very different variety. First up, after premiering at Cannes Film Festival (where we enjoyed it), The Weinstein Company has finally let loose the official theatrical poster for John Hillcoat’s prohibition-era crime drama starring Tom Hardy, Shia LaBeouf, Jason Clarke, Jessica Chastain, Gary Oldman, Guy Pearce and Mia Wasikowska.
Then we have the first (and likely final) poster for the indie Nobody Walks, starring Olivia Thirlby, John Krasinski, Rosemarie DeWitt and Justin Kirk, which had a premiere at Sundance earlier this year. Co-written by Girls star/everything Lena Dunham, the film is directed by Ry Russo-Young and unfortunately we didn’t get to check it out, but look for a trailer soon.
Last up, Lionsgate has released the final theatrical poster for their actioner Dredd 3D, which saw a surprisingly good reaction at its Comic-Con premiere. Directed by Pete Travis of Vantage Point the film stars Karl Urban, Olivia Thirlby and Lena Headey, and it will also show at TIFF and Fantastic Fest before arriving into theaters. Check out all the posters below via The Playlist/HitFix/Yahoo.
Lawless arrives at the end of the month, while Dredd 3D lands Sept. 21st and Nobody Walks hits Oct. 12th after arriving on VOD on Sept. 6th.
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