DreamWorks Animation's Megamind Gets an Impressive Poster

July 1, 2010
Source: SuperHeroHype

DreamWorks Animation Megamind

The superhero movie will never be the same. Quite a bold tagline for a movie not many seem that excited about. Although I didn't really enjoy the latest trailer for DreamWorks Animation's Megamind, this new official poster from SuperHeroHype is actually quite impressive. I just like the design with the characters positioned the way they are, simple but fun, I thnk. I'm actually kind of surprised because I really don't like the character design in this, but this poster got my attention. However, I think they may be overselling the "Ferrell vs Pitt" aspect because isn't the actual plot about how boring it is for Ferrell after he defeats Pitt?

Megamind Poster

A satirical take on superhero movies, in which a notorious villain loses his oomph after he accidentally kills his nemesis Metro Man. Megamind is being directed by DWA's own Tom McGrath, of both Madagascar and Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa previously. The script was co-written by first-time writers Alan J. Schoolcraft and Brent Simons. This will be DreamWorks Animation's third feature film this year following How to Train Your Dragon in March and Shrek Forever After in May. Paramount will be releasing Megamind in theaters everywhere starting on November 5th this year. Anyone planning on seeing it or just skipping it instead?

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This movie looks great, as does this poster.

Peace Love & GaGa on Jul 1, 2010



luden on Jul 1, 2010


I hate to say it, but it looks like they are having a dreamworks-face contest.

Kristoffer on Jul 1, 2010


i adore dreamworks, remember what general motors use to say about toyota or IBM use to say about microsoft, and look now. dreamworks is coming up and pixar better look out. how to train your dragon was epic. and im really looking forward for this flick in 3D.

PinkSushit on Jul 1, 2010


umm... there is nothing impressive about this poster... at all lackluster character design and an uninspiring story to back it up

josh on Jul 1, 2010


I must be missing something here...

Kubrickian on Jul 1, 2010


Makes me think of Dr Horrible's Sing-Along Blog...

Maggie on Jul 1, 2010


nothing impressive about it. sometimes it looks like Alex gets excited about anything without too much thought. I have only one comment about this terrible poster:

felipe on Jul 1, 2010


Dreamworks blows. Its all cheap fart jokes without any emotional withstanding. Dragons was close to an exception, but the predictability just threw me out of it. Pixar was king, but I don't see it continuing its rein now that its in sequel land.

Al on Jul 1, 2010


Looks more like "The Great Gazoo VS. Jay Leno"

Chris on Jul 1, 2010


Good poster? They have the same exact face and expressions. Oh wait, its Dreamworks....nothing out of the ordinary here.

Al on Jul 1, 2010


This poster is bright and eye-catching. Let's just hope that this movie isn't lame.

Elvin on Jul 1, 2010


i actually seen an advanced screening of this and it wasnt that bad

dnel on Jul 1, 2010


Funny, I don't recall there being advanced screenings for Mega Mind yet.....dnel, you're not a dreamworks plant are you?

Al on Jul 1, 2010


It is very shiny and colorful, I'll give it that.

Hey Wowza on Jul 4, 2010



H on Jul 4, 2010


actually al, they are holding pre-screenings for this film...they have another one coming up at this saturday (in LA). Guess you missed your invite to dreamworks planet. 😛

David on Jul 7, 2010

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