TWC Finally Unveils an Impressive Poster for 'The King's Speech'

December 2, 2010
Source: Yahoo

The King's Speech

So, although most of you probably still haven't seen this wonderful film yet, I'm going to keep talking about it because it deserves the attention. When TWC, who picked up The King's Speech at Sundance, debuted the official poster, the entire movie community went crazy with frustration at how terrible it looked. We featured the official UK quad poster because it was actually pretty good, but after all the complaining, TWC finally put out a brand new poster on Yahoo. Alas, it's just an "online" poster, but it's a huge improvement, and I actually like it. It's simple yet has strong visuals and actually fits the film. Check this poster out below!

The King's Speech Poster

Story of the man who became King George VI and overcame a dreaded stutter with the help of a friend.

The King's Speech is directed by Emmy winning British filmmaker Tom Hooper, of Red Dust, Longford, the John Adams mini-series and The Damned United previously. The screenplay was written by David Seidler, of mostly TV movies previously, including Malice in Wonderland, Dancing in the Dark, Quest for Camelot, The King and I and also Kung Fu Killer previously. After premiering in Telluride & Toronto, The Weinstein Company is bringing The King's Speech to theaters starting Thanksgiving week, November 26th, this fall.

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Reader Feedback - 3 Comments


I like it

Xerxex on Dec 2, 2010


Nice. Can't wait to see this!

Traveler on Dec 2, 2010


great poster. I'm counting on this True Grit and The Way Back to spice this year up.

Al on Dec 3, 2010

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