Check This Out: D.J. Caruso's Eagle Eye Poster

July 14, 2008

Eagle Eye Poster

We've got a new poster from Eagle Eye tonight for your amusement, and that's because it's considerably unimpressive. But then again, the poster for Disturbia, the last Shia LaBeouf and D.J. Caruso team up, was also quite ugly. Hopefully by now everyone has seen the trailer, which on the contrary does kick ass, because while this poster doesn't make me any more excited, I can watch that trailer over and over and remain hyped. I really still have high hopes for Eagle Eye, despite this mediocre poster, but that's because I enjoy Shia LaBeouf and Michelle Monaghan and really think D.J. Caruso always does a great job. Plus the story was imagined by Steven Spielberg, which, to me, means it's got to pretty badass, no?

Thanks to Paramount for debuting this. The poster should already be up at your local theaters.

Eagle Eye Poster

Eagle Eye is directed by D.J. Caruso, of The Salton Sea and last year's Disturbia. The story for the film was actually imagined by Steven Spielberg but the script was penned by Eli Attie ("The West Wing", "House") and John Glenn (upcoming Clash of the Titans remake). Eagle Eye arrives in theaters everywhere on September 26th this fall. Follow our directions, and you live through this. Disobey, and you die.

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Wow, that truly is unimpressive. How many floating heads can they fit in one poster? 🙂

Cinexcellence on Jul 14, 2008


Wow that is a lot of floating heads, not the best nor the worst poster I've seen. Im really looking forward to the movie looks like a great thrill ride.

Curits on Jul 14, 2008


He looks so much younger than her. I seriously wondered if he was playing her son. He's still a little bit too young for these roles. Let him season for a couple of years.

eh on Jul 15, 2008


The image doesn't match the tagline. Hopefully the next one will be more fitting. I'm looking forward to the movie though. I'm not ashamed to admit I've liked LaBeouf in everything I've seen him in. Yes, even when he's swinging on vines with CGI monkeys.

kevjohn on Jul 15, 2008


I get the idea but it wasn't executed well.

Ryan on Jul 15, 2008


Because flared nostrils are supposed to communicate that he's wise beyond his years. 😉 Shia La Douche!

Django on Jul 15, 2008


Look, their eyes look like eagle eyes. I'll watch it when it's played on cable in 3 or 4 years.

some dude on Jul 15, 2008


S'okay, I guess. He's watching and she's aware she's being watched. Looks like just another film though.

sleepykid on Jul 15, 2008


Lame lame lame tagline.

twispious on Jul 16, 2008


The movie looks pretty good

kiya on Aug 21, 2008

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