Two New International Posters for Joe Johnston's The Wolfman

November 25, 2009

The Wolfman Posters

The legend is alive. Two new posters for Joe Johnston's The Wolfman have popped up online today, the first one from Kino Gallery (via STYD) and the second one from SalonDelMal. It looks like Universal is just throwing out posters for this movie left and right in hopes of covering up all the problems they've had with it. Not only has it been test screen terribly, but Danny Elfman was replaced recently as well. These posters aren't terrible, I'm just not impressed by a marketing campaign that involves putting out as many random posters around the world as possible. Plus, the design on these is a bit sloppy and could be better. Oh well.

The Wolfman PosterThe Wolfman Poster

Lawrence Talbot, a haunted nobleman, is lured back to his family estate after his brother vanishes. Upon his return and after being reunited with his estranged father, Talbot is bitten and cursed by a werewolf.

The Wolfman is directed by best visual effects Oscar winner Joe Johnston, of Honey I Shrunk the Kids, The Rocketeer, Jumanji, October Sky, Jurassic Park III, and Hidalgo previously. The screenplay was co-written by Andrew Kevin Walker (Se7en, 8MM, Sleepy Hollow) and David Self (The Haunting, Thirteen Days, Road to Perdition). Universal will be bringing The Wolfman to theaters on February 12th, 2010 early next year.

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I dont care for the movie much both of those are well done IMO...except theres something about the sun on the left one that bothers me.

Cody on Nov 25, 2009


Cody, you mean the moon? I think the second one is pretty awesome, however I'm still not sold on this movie.

Traveler on Nov 25, 2009


Good Poster that fits a good legend indeed.

Fisherr on Nov 25, 2009


lol @ #1

CT on Nov 25, 2009


wtf I thought this movie was gona be out on Feb of next year not december?

Madnezz344 on Nov 25, 2009


"Two New International Posters for Joe Johnston's The Wolfman" In europe, and the rest of the world, its DDMMYY, so 12-02-2010 is feb 12th 2010. And those ppl who have a job making posters? Get a sign to put over your officedoor or even better a sticker to put above your monitor that says "LESS IS MORE", posters gives away too much. Btw, are they fanmade, or the one on the right might be? It's in ? Sigh, how I miss drawn/painted posters......

David Banner on Nov 26, 2009


wow this one is really getting my hopes up we havent seen a really interesting captivating werewolf story since what 20 years, An american Werewolf in London. The closest one to a good one was Wolf with nicholson in 94. but with each shot and trailer this looks to be a solid one. it was about time lets keep our fingers crossed and enjoy the thrill of the hunt 😀

burak "Daequitas" on Nov 26, 2009


Poster number 1 ftw.

Robbie on Nov 26, 2009


like the poster on the left. 😀

Cineprog on Nov 26, 2009


@6 how are these posters "giving away too much"? surprised to see a wolfman in a movie called "the wolfman"?

captain subtext on Nov 26, 2009


i'm loving the first poster over the second,i hope the transformation scene is more an american werewolve in london & less cgi because the cgi could suck ass.

tobi,leader of the akatsuki on Nov 26, 2009


No#10, thx for the attack. I meant, the transformation into the wolf is why we are going to the theaters to see it, right? No need to show so much on the poster(or in the trailer), there's no allure in seeing the wolfman fullfrontal in all his glory as on the left poster. And not all ppl watch the trailers, some like to be suprised. These 2 posters sucks, there's no interest in them. Looks like what a foreign disto would print up, during a lunchbreak to get the DVD rentals out fast. The poster with the wolfhead cane, the B/W with half the wolfmans face, the B/W one with Emily Blunt hiding in the woods are the best and give a 'classic horror film feel' to this movie. All other posters made for this film should have been discarded.

David Banner on Nov 26, 2009


I am not sure buy maybe ..just maybe the poster on the right is been made by the same company who did Batman Begins Poster : They look so similar !!!! or maybe it is just taking the idea and the look of it ... !!! or who knows maybe I am just imagining things 😉

Shero on Nov 27, 2009


Andrew Kevin Walker the man behind Se7en, 8mm, and Sleepy Hallow along with David Self the man behind Road The Perdition, that is a great duo of writing prowess, and I honeslty think this remake will actually do the original justice, I'm now 100% positive that this will be a great film, lets hope that it proves true. oh as for the posters, the first one is my favorite.

Xerxex on Nov 28, 2009

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