Two New Badass Bourne Ultimatum Posters

June 15, 2007

I hate just writing an article about posters, but there are so many good ones today I just can't help it! They're almost so good that I suggest you spend your time checking out these posters instead of going to see Nancy Drew or Fantastic Four 2, but that's up to you. Besides the beautiful Transformers poster that hit last night, there are two new posters for the upcoming Bourne Ultimatum that are just as amazing.

The Bourne Ultimatum

The Bourne Ultimatum

I'm sure a few people will have some gripes with how these look, but I love the gritty style and completely unique, badass style. There are no other posters like these out there at the moment and they're going to really make an impact for people who glance at posters in the movie theater. Does anyone know what the direct-on face is based off of? I can't think of whether it's a video game box cover or another poster, but it seems familiar.

The Bourne Ultimatum hits theaters on August 3rd.

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I have to agree, these are pretty darn cool.

John Madden on Jun 15, 2007


The second poster looks a bit like the posters for Ang Lee's Hulk debacle, just in a black and white, or should I say Grey Hulk style.

DREW on Jun 15, 2007


I thought of Hulk as well.

Zach on Jun 15, 2007


Mmh, I don't know they pretty much look like The Punisher posters should have looked.

Antonio on Jun 15, 2007


over at, they have an answer -

Tari Akpodiete on Jun 16, 2007


Reminds me of Sniper - See link Pretty awesome though

Eddie on Jun 17, 2007


The splinter-cell video games are the first things I thought of. Great trailer. Makes me want go stand in line at the theater now.

Ran on Jul 2, 2007


Searching for 30.08.07 date poster. I know its there..i saw a interview of Matt Damon on tv and it was in the background. If anybody finds it..please email it to me. Thanks

cutey on Aug 23, 2007


The face on is similar to Leonardo Dicaprio in the movie poster of Aviator. The eyebrows and intense face also reflect Leonardo in the movie poster for Gangs of New York. Nothing is really truly new somehow, just a new take. And Bourne does it extremely well.

mbolegs on May 24, 2009

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