Seemingly not just reserved for the latest blockbuster, this is about as close as we’ll get to character posters for a Terrence Malick film. Following a UK trailer and gorgeous French trailer (now in HD with subtitles), we’ve got a trio of international one-sheets for the film.
The first two feature Ben Affleck‘s character with his respective romantic partners, one being Olga Kurylenko and the other Rachel McAdams, taken from the first official still we got. There’s also a third, with Javier Bardem‘s priest character with Kurylenko. They are fairly simple, but at least provide our first look at poster art for the upcoming film. Check them out below and hopefully we get a US version soon.
To the Wonder opens on April 12th.
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