The year is just about over and with it, the internet will explode with a random assortment of numerical countdowns. For those assembling a rundown of the worst posters of the year, your job has now been completed for you. Relativity have unveiled the first one-sheet for Movie 43, their omnibus comedy featuring just about every star in Hollywood, and the results are disastrous.
Apart from the hideously off-putting color design and the asinine title placement — not to mention the objectification on display — Photoshopped celebrities reach a new low, crudely cut out of publicity stills (seriously, just look at Johnny Knoxville) and their names don’t even match up with their respective photos. All in all, this is one glorious example of how not to sell your movie and one can take a look below thanks to EW, along with a recently released red band preview.
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