Stiller vs De Niro Again on Two Amusing 'Little Fockers' Posters
Universal has unveiled two new character posters for their upcoming holiday comedy Little Fockers over on Yahoo. Now, I'm not personally that interested in this film, but these posters are fun to see, so I thought I'd still show them to you guys anyway. Little Fockers, the latest sequel in the Meet the series, is directed by Paul Weitz and stars Ben Stiller and Robert De Niro, once again, as well as most of the original cast and two newbies: Owen Wilson, Dustin Hoffman, Harvey Keitel, Laura Dern, Barbra Streisand and Jessica Alba. You can watch the teaser trailer here. I'll probably be skipping this, but I know lots of you are excited for it.
Little Fockers is directed by Oscar nominated (for co-writing About a Boy) American filmmaker Paul Weitz, of American Pie, Down to Earth, About a Boy, In Good Company, American Dreamz and Cirque du Freak previously. The screenplay was written by John Hamburg (Meet the Parents, Zoolander, Along Came Polly, Meet the Fockers, I Love You Man) & Larry Stuckey (Me, My Friend and I) and is the latest sequel following Meet the Parents and Meet the Fockers from 2000 and 2004, respectively. Universal is distributing the film, which is a DreamWorks SKG production. Little Fockers will arrive in theaters on December 22nd this fall.
Reader Feedback - 15 Comments
Darren on Oct 25, 2010
Corey on Oct 25, 2010
wow photoshop is an amazing thing
Yekim on Oct 25, 2010
Toucmyinfection on Oct 25, 2010
Nothing about these movies is amusing.
Froggy on Oct 25, 2010
I love it when young college students get excited when they can finally recognize fonts.
unamused on Oct 25, 2010
ha on Oct 25, 2010
The words "Amusing" and "Fockers" do not go together.
norm on Oct 25, 2010
Screw the haters, I loved the first two films and I'll be there the day after Christmas to see it (Christmas day is reserved for True Grit).
peloquin on Oct 25, 2010
rofl thought the same thing as #3
Luminaire on Oct 25, 2010
damn! they air-brushed the shit out their faces!!
Jimbone on Oct 25, 2010
that's a Paramount symbol....
ryan_34 on Oct 25, 2010
@1 & @2 thats not helvetica.
Jay on Oct 25, 2010
This series is terrible. We already know that DeNiro loves Stiller now, so the rehashed story is over.
L on Oct 26, 2010
@11 Yeah they did...way too much re-touching
Will on Oct 26, 2010
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