Check This Out: Another Nifty Poster for 'The Adjustment Bureau'
Your Future… One of the first big films I'm excited to see this spring is the Philip K. Dick adaptation The Adjustment Bureau, which was delayed from last year and hasn't had much buzz these last few months. Well, Latino Review (via HeyUGuys) just posted this rather impressive new outdoor poster - for their final marketing push - which you can see below. It's kind of a mix between Bourne, cause of Matt Damon, and some sci-fi-ish minimalism, I like it a lot, definitely much better than that awful shadowy poster before. I haven't heard many early reviews, give or take a few twitter mentions, but I'm still looking forward to this.
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The Adjustment Bureau is directed by first-time director George Nolfi, who is best known as a screenwriter behind the screenplays for Timeline, Ocean's Twelve, The Sentinel and 2008's The Bourne Ultimatum. Nolfi also wrote the script for this film, which is based on the Philip K. Dick short story "Adjustment Team" (you can read more about that here). This was supposed to be released last July, but Universal rescheduled The Adjustment Bureau to hit theaters on March 4th in spring. I am definitely still planning to see this. You?