Final Poster for Seth Rogen's 'The Green Hornet' in 3D Unveiled
Britt Reid and Kato are back! Let's hope you know who those two are. I didn't want to ruin the simple beauty of the poster, so I used a separate photo as the teaser above. Sony has debuted (via IGN) the final poster for Seth Rogen's The Green Hornet (watch the latest trailer), directed by Michel Gondry, and co-starring Jay Chou as Kato. I got to see The Green Hornet last night at a screening in LA and the walls at the theater were lined with endless amounts of these new posters. It's a whole lot of action-movie-plus-goofy-superhero fun, but it's otherwise not the greatest. The humor was stupid and the story was a total mess, but I had fun.
The Green Hornet is directed by visionary French filmmaker Michel Gondry, who (in addition to numerous music videos and commercials) previously directed Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, The Science of Sleep, Dave Chappelle's Block Party and Be Kind Rewind. The screenplay was co-written by Evan Goldberg & Seth Rogen, of Pineapple Express and Superbad. This is based on the classic characters created by George W. Trendle and Fran Striker in the 1930s, known best as a TV series in the 60's with Van Williams & Bruce Lee. Sony is bringing The Green Hornet to theaters in 3D starting on January 14th next month. Seeing it?
Reader Feedback - 10 Comments
You have to love movie posters where the shadows of the characters don't match up to the shadow perspective of the Black Beauty. HAHA
Seann on Dec 17, 2010
I'm confused about the shadow underneath the car beneath the hornet and cato. I realize they wanted to show the legs of the characters, but could this have been done a different way?
LMFAO on Dec 17, 2010
im still looking forward to this *despite cameron diaz* and the poster looks great
Jericho on Dec 17, 2010
lol @ this poster
LINKFX on Dec 17, 2010
A5J4DX on Dec 17, 2010
I too saw it last night and thought it was a lot of fun!
zzz on Dec 17, 2010
After gondrys remarks about fans I wouldn't watch this if you paid me
Jimmy Love on Dec 17, 2010
Shadows...................................... seriously. "I mean i would love to see this movie but that posted GASP! The SHADOWS! I can't in all good consciousness see a film where they don't take SHADOWING EFFECTS serious.... i mean... THINK OF THE CHILDREN!"
Josef on Dec 19, 2010
The shadows are actually correct. The intensity of the headlights from the car is what's casting the long shadows from the characters. You would not have a long a shadow of the car cast in that same way and same direction because the light source (the headlights) are in front of the rest of it (the car).
underscore on Dec 20, 2010
Sometimes you just want to go to a movie to have fun, and this looks like one of those movies.
cinemabandit on Dec 20, 2010
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