Another Poster for Will Smith's I Am Legend
by Alex Billington
October 11, 2007
Another final trailer is still absent for I Am Legend, but I'm sure within a few weeks we'll see one. In the meantime this poster has debuted to hold you over. It's almost too similar to the first teaser poster for I Am Legend, but it does set the scene a little better. I hope within time I actually get more excited for this, as at the moment I'm not fully there. There just hasn't been enough released for me to be that hyped, but I'm guessing the next trailer will deliver.
The text down the middle that is too small to read says…
If there is anybody out there, anybody please, you are not alone. My name is Robert Neville. I am broadcasting on all AM frequencies. I am a survivor living in New York City. I am living day to day searching for others. I will be at the South Street Sea Port every day at midday when the sun is highest in the sky. If you are out there, if anyone is out there, if there is anybody out there, anybody please…
I think this will be good.
Larry on Oct 11, 2007
If you haven't read the book, then you're missing out. This is a FANTASTIC piece of fiction. And I think that it's going to get butchered on the big screen I Robot style. Doesn't mean I won't be standing in line with my ticket on opening day though. God that book was good.
Mark on Oct 11, 2007
Is Will going to shill Converse All Stars again? or some other brand of shoe... :p 1964's The Last Man on Earth was good; who knows, maybe I Am Legend won't suck.
avoidz on Oct 11, 2007
this movie is gonna be awesome and chivalry of this movie is the FICTION ...... i m not goin to leave its very first show..........are u???????
robby on Dec 2, 2007
omg this movie is the shit will smith did a grate job this film had me laughing,crying,scared of my ass and the action was really good he should really win a gramy this year!! luv it luv it cant wait for it to be on sale...
tink on Dec 16, 2007
His acting was great, but his singing voice wasn't good enough to win a grammy! Sorry, Tink.
scott on Sep 21, 2008
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