Excl: New Poster Debut for Paul Haggis' The Next Three Days!
by Alex Billington
September 28, 2010
We are proud to exclusively debut a brand new official poster for Paul Haggis' new thriller The Next Three Days, starring Russell Crowe, Elizabeth Banks, Liam Neeson, Olivia Wilde and Brian Dennehy. Earlier this month we featured the teaser poster for this, which is one of my favorite posters of the year. This new poster that we're debuting has a very classic, stylish Steven McQueen look to it, with Russell Crowe being the guy who brings the action, and Paul Haggis behind-the-lens delivering another clever thriller. It's a sleek design and I love that they're going for something that isn't the same kind of poster we see over and over nowadays.
I'm excited to debut this on FS, as The Next Three Days is a movie I'm very much looking forward to seeing.
A married couple's (Crowe, Banks) life is flipped entirely upside down when the wife is accused of murder.
The Next Three Days is both written and directed by Oscar winning American filmmaker Paul Haggis - best known for Crash but he also directed Red Hot in 1993 and In the Valley of Elah in 2007. The new version of the script is based on the 2008 French film titled Pour Elle written by Fred Cavayé and Guillaume Lemans. This was shot mostly on location in Pittsburgh, PA late last year. Lionsgate is bringing The Next Three Days to theaters everywhere starting on November 19th this fall right before Thanksgiving. Your thoughts?
that is one beautiful poster 🙂
Spider94 on Sep 28, 2010
Zack Pesata on Sep 28, 2010
Well it looks like this advertising company is getting away from the abundance of "teal & orange" advertising saturating the market...well the teal at least:P
Marc on Sep 29, 2010
Digging this poster, would look good in a frame on my wall lol
Teamster04 on Sep 30, 2010
If the movie is anything as sweet as this poster than I'm in!
WWEAddict on Sep 30, 2010
Great poster.....but where can I purchase a copy? cheers
crowelady on Oct 9, 2010
It's November 2 and I still haven't found anyone or any site that is offering this poster for sale. Isn't there anybody out there that can assist me in acquiring a copy, preferably 11x17...but I'll settle for any size. HELP and THANKS
crowelady on Nov 2, 2010
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