Check These Out: Two Sleek Posters for Rob Marshall's Nine
by Alex Billington
November 23, 2009
"This holiday season be Italian!" I'd rather just eat Italian this Christmas, but if I say that, there's a sexual connotation, too. The Weinstein Company has finally put out two different posters for their big musical Nine directed by Rob Marshall. The first poster comes from Cinematical, the second one comes from Yahoo. I think the one on the left looks a bit sloppy, so I prefer the one on the right, which is the definition of sleek with the car and everything. Plus, it just looks more well organized with the girls on the poster on the wall. I'm not as excited to see this as Ethan is, but I'll probably still check it out. Which poster do you like better?
Famous Italian director Guido Contini struggles to find harmony in his professional and personal lives, as he engages in dramatic relationships with his wife, his mistress, his muse, his agent, and even his mother.
Nine is directed by Rob Marshall, of the Oscar winning musical Chicago previously as well as Memoirs of a Geisha most recently. The screenplay was adapted by the late great Anthony Minghella and Michael Tolkin, of The Rapture, Deep Impact, and Changing Lanes. The film is based on Federico Fellini's masterpiece 8½. The Weinstein Company will debut Nine in theaters everywhere on Christmas Day, December 25th.
I like the one of the left personally.
Seductive Flamingo on Nov 23, 2009
Not to be rude but both posters doesn't like to be originals or been made by professionals !!??? I mean if it is a movie that made for Oscar !!! these posters are so lame !!!
Shero on Nov 23, 2009
Except for Penelope Cruz, this movie will be awesome.
Antioch on Nov 23, 2009
slapdash job but incredible cast
twispious on Nov 23, 2009
WAITWAITWAITWAIT....How did I not catch that Daniel Day-Lewis is in this?!?!?! My opinions on this movie are SERIOUSLY uprooted. He rarely makes a movie not worth watching.......
Voice of Reason on Nov 23, 2009
Nice posters. The first one is cool, but a bit sloppy, however, the second one is much nicer. I'm seeing an advance screening of this on December 8th and I'm so excited or it!
Alex on Nov 23, 2009
#5 ... I guess by rarely you have to be referring to Gangs of New York; Scorcese's only piece of crap.
Hattori Hanzo on Nov 23, 2009
Looks like Fred Flintstone will be having a gay old time opening night and yabba dabba doing the first time he bends over in the lobby LOL
Barney Rubble on Nov 23, 2009
I wonder will Daniel Day Lewis be tripping over his left foot when he dances?
Karen on Nov 23, 2009
COMPLETELY sucking the Academy's dick.
Governor on Nov 23, 2009
Chicago was fucking dreadful and this looks fucking dreadful too.
Sleepykid on Nov 23, 2009
Second one looks better. I hope that Day-Lewis can sing and dance.
Ajax on Nov 23, 2009
These posters are just garbage!!! Take some inspiration from the old posters such as Fellinis 8.5 and Vertigo http://www.unc.edu/~huiliu55/bass.jpg This movie deserves a bold graphic poster.... but not when hollywood has its slimy hands all over it.
Tomi Lahdesmaki on Nov 23, 2009
One on he left makes more sense. The one on the right is pretty cheesy and overdone, well both are and both generally suck but still.
Tra la la la la di da on Nov 23, 2009
I love the second one. They ought to make one poster for each leading ladies with a bit of character intro and make them sexy.
dex on Nov 24, 2009
What a complete cock tease. None of these women are ever going to get naked in the movie.
Governor on Nov 24, 2009
Poster on the left is way better.
Fisherr on Nov 24, 2009
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