Five More Catchy Lovey-Dovey New 'Warm Bodies' Posters Released

December 12, 2012
Source: Facebook

Warm Bodies Posters

Bros before brains, man! Summit has debuted a fantastic new set of amusing character posters for Jonathan Levine's Warm Bodies, the zombie romance starring Nicholas Hoult and Teresa Palmer. Hoult plays the zombie R, who falls for the live-human Julie, played by Aussie sweetie Teresa Palmer. One of his friends is M, played by Rob Corddry, who shows up on the hilarious "bros before brains" poster. These are called "character posters" on Facebook where they came from (via ComingSoon) and they're all quite cute, similar to the other red art. This film is looking better and better the more we see, I'm starting to look forward to it.

Click on any of these posters below for the full-size from the Facebook page where they're from. Favorite?

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Warm Bodies, written and adapted by Jonathan Levine from Isaac Marion's novel, stars Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer, John Malkovich, Analeigh Tipton, Dave Franco and Rob Corddry. This "zombie love story" stars Hoult as R, a zombie who falls in love with Julie after he eats her boyfriend's brains and absorbs his memories. A genre-bending tale of love and transformation, Warm Bodies is a story about a boy who loves a girl… for more than just her body. Shooting was finished Montreal late last year, and Summit has delayed the release of Warm Bodies from this year to February 1st this winter. Watch the first and second trailers.

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  • Xerxexx
    Ha, this looks like it will be a decent rom-com.
  • fem!anon
    I literally just came back from it and I loved it! It was way funnier than I was expecting, and before the trailer came out, I thought it was going to be ~*super srs*~ like Twilight, but it definitely was not. I recommend it! Probably should've saved this for the sound off :T
  • Richie G
    The last tagging isn't too bad, it works in its own way. The rest are just awful. None of them look good as posters... too cheap




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