Whoa! - Two Awesome Posters for Frank Miller's The Spirit

September 19, 2008
Source: UGO

Two Awesome Posters for Frank Miller's The Spirit

Just when we though there wouldn't be anything new from The Spirit for quite a while, two fantastic new posters have surfaced. Thanks to UGO we can get a good look at both of them. They represent a face off between The Spirit and his nemesis The Octopus, who we know better as Samuel L. Jackson. I think this is the first time I've ever seen two posters play off of each other like this and it kicks a lot of ass. All of the photos we've seen from this movie all look so impressive. It's like they're trying so very hard to sell this without actually showing any footage from the film! Anyway, be sure to check out these awesome posters.

Frank Miller's The Spirit  Frank Miller's The Spirit

The Spirit is both written and directed by legendary comic book author Frank Miller, who only previously worked with Robert Rodriguez to direct segments of Sin City. The film is based Will Eisner's newspaper comic strip of the same name that originally debuted in 1940. Lionsgate will be premiering The Spirit in theaters everywhere on December 25th, Christmas Day, later this year.

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Sadly, Im sure this movie will be critically acclaimed, but not enough to warrant any oscar buzz for the film itself except for the technical categories.

Ken Masters on Sep 19, 2008


If only the movie turned out to be as cool as the posters (hey, I think I just found the tagline for my post about this.) 🙂 Vic on Sep 19, 2008


I, for one, Believe that this movie looks interesting. I can't wait to some more footage, but more importantly. I can't wait to read some actual reviews from people that have see this thing. unitl then, I will reserve my opinions...The posters do look cool though...

ERivas on Sep 19, 2008


the spirit is a sin city wannabe and it's not goin' to be as half as good as it.

Not You on Sep 19, 2008


great poster that play off each other really well but im not sold on this yet i need one final trailer.

Curtis on Sep 19, 2008


the right one looks bad.

dave13 on Sep 19, 2008


what is so "bad" about the poster on the right?? Sam Jackson dresssed as a pimp?? no offense dave13, but please, this shit has been done to about something new and original???

moldybread on Sep 19, 2008


Sorry to say Ken Masters, but there's no technical achievements here. The footage we saw at Comic-Con only showed that Frank Miller was stepping back in time, not forward... Quite sad but it's the truth. 🙁

Alex Billington on Sep 20, 2008

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