Gorgeous New Minimalistic Japanese Poster for The Wolfman
Okay, okay, I know that no one wants to talk about The Wolfman anymore given that it's not the greatest movie and it only made $36 million over the weekend at the box office (at least it's in third place). However, I just came across this today (via IMPAwards) and it's too incredible for me to pass up. I consider myself a connoisseur of the best movie posters, and this poster here is easily one of my all-time favorites. I love the minimalistic design of it and everything else is just brilliant. No need to show any actors or the werewolf itself or anything but a bit of blood and some spooky trees. This is some impressive design work - check it!
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 in just under a month.
that's shit hot,i love how the japanese do their thing.
DEADPOOL,MERC WITH A MOUTH on Feb 15, 2010
That's an awesome poster.
FancyMonocle on Feb 15, 2010
All-time favorites? Seriously?
Branden on Feb 15, 2010
Minimalistic? Really? Perhaps for a movie poster...it still has fully rendered objects and text...Yeah it isnt floating heads necessarily but "minimalistic"...no
Dom on Feb 15, 2010
great poster for a bad movie
DoomCanoe on Feb 15, 2010
oh wow....did a girl have her period in the woods...whoopidy do
BLOODFART on Feb 15, 2010
Lets continue talking about Avatar and The Hurt Locker.
People's Champ 3D on Feb 16, 2010
captain subtext on Feb 16, 2010
The Japanese symbols and the patch of Blood looks great, and the Dullness of the grain of the poster gives it that earie look.
Cineprog on Feb 16, 2010
36 million isnt too bad, how much did it cost to make? as long as they recoup costs someones everyones making $$$ terrible movie or not
jason k on Feb 16, 2010
i'll take one please. I wish someone would say something positive about Wolfman, b/c I lost all desire to see it after horrible reviews.
dave13 on Feb 16, 2010
That's a pretty ordinary poster right there. Get your head outta your ass...
nothingtoseehere on Feb 16, 2010
Alex c'mon, its a shit poster...
Metatasian on Feb 17, 2010
This tells me nothing. It could be a poster about any movie and I'd never know it was The Wolfman.
SlashBeast on Mar 5, 2010
I loved The Wolfman... best monster movie in ages.
Armitage on Mar 10, 2010
^ That's a bottom of the barrel standard.
1-7 on Apr 20, 2010
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