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Official Poster Debuts for Joe Wright's 'Hanna' with Saoirse Ronan

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January 25, 2011

Saoirse Ronan as Hanna

Adapt or Die. Yea, that's the edgy/odd tagline they chose for this. Focus Features has unveiled the official poster for Joe Wright's Hanna, his new international action film starring young actor Saoirse Ronan as an assassin trained by her father, played by Eric Bana. We thankfully already got to see the first trailer for this late last year (which included some of the Chemical Brothers new score for the film) and now we've got a poster to go along with it. Not much to this new one sheet, just a good look at Ronan's very blue eyes. This looks like the same outfit and locale as in the first look photo from last year. Check it out in fullsize below!

Hanna Poster

Raised by her father in Finland, Hanna's upbringing and training have been one and the same, all geared to making her a perfect assassin. Sent into the world on a mission, Hanna travels stealthily across Europe.

Hanna is directed by Golden Globe nominated, highly acclaimed British filmmaker Joe Wright, of the films Pride and Prejudice, Atonement and Paramount's flop The Soloist previously. The screenplay was co-written by Joe Wright, Joe Penhall (Enduring Love, The Road) and David Farr ("MI-5"). Focus Features, the genre/ indie arm of Universal, will be bringing Hanna to theaters starting on April 8th early this spring. Seeing it?

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  • Trey
    Yea...i'm probably going to have to see this.
  • Mony
    I really like the poster
  • Leinergroove
    Saoirse Ronan will be such a huge star, just like Chloe Moritz. We are looking at the future Hollywood royalty...
  • Knawx
    This poster makes me think of "The Hunger Games".
  • rtm
    The concept is intriguing but that is a terrible font they use here and on the trailer. And what's this, a kiddie Robin Hood??

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