Who needs a real poster when you’ve got Denzel Washington as your lead? Paramount seems to have taken that approach when it comes to their upcoming drama Flight. We’ve got the first two posters today for Robert Zemeckis‘ drama, which is set for a NYFF debut soon, and they both feature Washington…and not much else. The international version goes as far as saying its the most provocative film of the year, so we’ll have to see whats in store when it lands next month.
We’ve also got some new posters for films that have already landed on the festival circuit. Premiering at Cannes, we’ve got a new poster above for Jacques Audiard‘s upcoming Rust & Bone with Marion Cotillard and Matthias Schoenaerts. Then below we’ve got the official US one-sheet for Leos Carax‘s wild Holy Motors. Lastly, we’ve got a new poster for Mike Newell‘s Great Expectations, which landed with a relatively tepid response last month. Check them all out thanks to Orange/HitFix/Empire.
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