How nice will the summer of 2012 be? So nice that I keep forgetting a new Oliver Stone movie opens right in the middle of it. As a reminder, JoBlo have supplied the first poster for his upcoming Savages, and while we already saw Blake Lively and Benicio Del Toro in an official shot, this mainly provides our first look at much of the primary cast.
Taylor Kitsch, Salma Hayek, John Travolta and possibly Aaron Johnson (in that mask) are all represented, alongside their aforementioned co-stars; good enough, but I particularly appreciate the way in which pure length is taken advantage of here. It’s also colorful, eclectic, fun and promises violence. Let’s hope Stone and company can deliver on all of that.
Take a gander below:
Savages opens on July 6th.
What are your thoughts on this poster?
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