Official Poster for John Cameron Mitchell's 'Rabbit Hole' Debuts

October 27, 2010
Source: HitFix

Rabbit Hole

Love will get you through. The official poster for Lionsgate's upcoming release of John Cameron Mitchell's Rabbit Hole has just debuted online over on HitFix. This follows the wonderful trailer that debuted last week for the indie drama starring Aaron Eckhart and Nicole Kidman as grieving parents. Oddly enough, it's only Kidman who ended up on this poster (visually at least), even though I thought they'd want to focus their awards campaign on both Kidman and Eckhart. That said, it's still a great poster, I like the design, it's very eye catching. I'm already looking forward to seeing this, so they don't really need to sell me any more.

Rabbit Hole Poster

Life for a happy couple is turned upside down after their young son dies in an accident. Watch the trailer.

Rabbit Hole is directed by Texas-born actor and filmmaker John Cameron Mitchell, of both Hedwig and the Angry Inch and Shortbus previously. The screenplay was written by Pulitzer prize winning playwright David Lindsay-Abaire, who also wrote and directed the stage play that this is originally based on, and worked on the scripts for Robots and Inkheart. It first premiered at the Toronto Film Fest a few months back and was picked up by Lionsgate. Rabbit Hole opens in limited theaters on December 17th and expands from there.

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Reader Feedback - 3 Comments


I love it. But is it really a movie for holiday season?

Dex on Oct 27, 2010


#1: It's a movie for Oscar season

notalent on Oct 27, 2010


This poster look so beautiful.

NP on Oct 28, 2010

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