Beautiful Official Poster for Shane Acker's 9 Finally Revealed!
Focus Features has finally debuted the official poster for Shane Acker's 9, the animated movie featuring the voices of Elijah Wood, John C. Reilly, Jennifer Connelly, Crispin Glover, Christopher Plummer, and Martin Landau. This arrives just a week or so after we featured a Russian poster for 9 that other websites also praised. This really is a beautiful poster and I'm so glad to see Focus Features end up choosing a wonderful design like this. I'm also happy to see that this got a PG-13 rating, which definitely means that it'll be very dark and edgy. Thanks to our good friends at Film School Rejects for debuting this beauty today.
9 takes place in a world parallel to our own, in which our very humanity is threatened. A group of rag dolls living a post-apocalyptic existence find one of their own, 9, who may be the key to their survival.
9 is both written and directed by visionary filmmaker Shane Acker, of two previous animated shorts The Hangnail and The Astounding Talents of Mr. Grenade. The screenplay was co-written by Acker and Pamela Pettler (Corpse Bride, Monster House). 9 was first an animated short that debuted in 2005 and received an Oscar nomination. Focus Features will be debuting 9 in theaters everywhere starting on September 9th.
Reader Feedback - 15 Comments
Such beautiful smog, decay, and destruction. Just kidding, it's cool.
Matt S on Jun 9, 2009
hey man, to some people, smog, decay and destruction is beautiful, give them a chance!
johnny rico on Jun 9, 2009
so is this a kid movie or????
zach on Jun 10, 2009
There is nothing beautiful about that poster. It's drab, and it's boring. The movie looks interesting, and could very well be a beautiful piece of animation. This poster though? Boring.
Shaun on Jun 10, 2009
#3 As far as I know, no Tim Burton movie has truely been a kids movie. And if you've seen the trailer (it's in the related articles) you'll see that it features a bit too much destruction and war for it to be a kids movie. Burtons movies are often different, they bring up odd subjects, featuring wierd stuff as well as often bringing up the subject of Good through Evil deeds. Can't wait for this movie, but doubt I'll find anyone to see it with...
Felix on Jun 10, 2009
#5, This isn't really a Tim Burton film though, he is just producing.
OJ on Jun 10, 2009
its good that is is rated pg-13 like u said alex but im just trying to think how good it would be if it was ratd 15 or 18!? wishful thinking
geneguru on Jun 10, 2009
ACK!!!! "VISIONARY DIRECTOR" I HATE that term. It nods to Zack Snyder-esque nonsense now. Ugh. Small thing to pick up on, yes, but I am damn excited for this.
Voice of Reason on Jun 10, 2009
@ 7 don't worry about the term. Its all for publicity anyway but either way this movie should be good.
kindbuddy on Jun 10, 2009
I am really interested in this movie at i might watch it in theater when it's out.
Fisherr on Jun 10, 2009
Ive seen this film in a pre screening.. it SUCKED.. dont let the visuals deceive you.. this movie is a waste of your time.
phill on Jun 10, 2009
Such good reasoning and evidence behind your post #11! That really is an awesome poster.
dqniel on Jun 11, 2009
If you scan the barcode on the poster you get some additonal teaser trailers. Not sure if they are openly available or not.... (9.msite.tv)
xsv702 on Jun 11, 2009
http://movie9.proboards.com/index.cgi Check out our little community of fans dedicated to bring you the latest coverage about anything 9-related.We have 1 exclusive clip only to our site on the News section and basically everything else,from synopsis details to interviews,clips and stills,concept art and pre release reviews. The community is small but active and growing.You should check it out even if you are just remotely interested in the project.
scimitar on Jun 14, 2009
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Beth Silverstein on Jul 6, 2009
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