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Check This Out: One More Final Poster for The Lovely Bones

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November 24, 2009
Source: MySpace

The Lovely Bones

The very final official poster for Peter Jackson's The Lovely Bones was just debuted by MySpace. It's essentially a more polished version of the beautiful teaser poster but with Saoirse Ronan standing in clear view and a very creepy Stanley Tucci. I've got to wonder, though, will this actually help sell the film? Maybe it's just me, but I can't imagine people walking by this and thinking "oooh, I want to see that" unless they're already familair with the book or are Peter Jackson fans. Who knows? Does this also mean we'll see a new trailer sometime soon, because that first one is a bit old by now. Anyway, check out the poster in full below.

The Lovely Bones Poster

If you haven't seen the first official trailer for The Lovely Bones yet, you can still watch it online right here.

The Lovely Bones is directed by Academy Award winning filmmaker Peter Jackson, of Heavenly Creatures, The Frighteners, the Lord of the Rings trilogy, and King Kong previously. The screenplay was co-written by Peter Jackson and his writing partners Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens, who also wrote Lord of the Rings and King Kong with Jackson. This is based on Alice Sebold's bestselling novel of the same name first published in 2002. Paramount is bringing The Lovely Bones to theaters everywhere on December 11th.

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7 Comments

1

creepy.

erik KEATING! on Nov 24, 2009

2

i like it. cant wait

samuel j on Nov 24, 2009

3

i love how they manipulate the colors....just the font is a bit common

twispious on Nov 24, 2009

4

Great poster.

Fisherr on Nov 24, 2009

5

So excited for this film!! Ahhhh!! It looks beautiful and the book is so good.

Stacia on Nov 24, 2009

6

Good poster but for me this is a renter.

Vold on Nov 25, 2009

7

There's some scenes from the film and some new content at the official "Lovely Bones" website. The few scenes that are there are interesting to view in comparison with what I remember of the book. I think this will be a good film, and I look forward to see what Peter has done with it.

Quanah on Nov 26, 2009

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