Will Ferrell & Mark Wahlberg on The Other Guys Motion Poster
One little technical advancement I do enjoy seeing in Hollywood is the motion poster, basically a poster in a digital display that has some scene or interactive portion of it. Here's an example of great motion poster for the upcoming comedy The Other Guys starring Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg. Unlike in Cop Out, these two guys are a mismatched pair of cops, yet to me they seem like the perfect pair for the big screen. I know this is only about a ten second little clip, but I think this looks hilarious, I'm very excited for it now. There's also a new Tron Legacy motion poster you can see over on Collider. Definitely check this out in full below!
The Other Guys is an action comedy directed by Adam McKay (of Anchorman, Talladega Nights) who also wrote the script with Chris Henchy (Land of the Lost) following the seemingly mismatched pairing of Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg as police officers who can't see to measure up to the legendary law enforcement status achieved by the police department's two all-star cops, played by Sam Jackson and Dwayne Johnson. This looks awesome so far and I can't wait to see an actual trailer for it, which I imagine will be arriving soon following this poster debut. Sony is bringing The Other Guys to theaters on August 6th later this summer.
Reader Feedback - 24 Comments
True Blue Spider-man Fan on Mar 25, 2010
Should be a pretty funny movie, got til August to wait.
Crump's Brother on Mar 25, 2010
That was fucking awesome! Ferrell and Whalberg a match made in a bong. I'm am sooooo there!
Xerxex on Mar 25, 2010
I was sold @ Chamillionaire. lol
Big Boss on Mar 25, 2010
Don't know that I've ever seen a Mark Whalberg movie I've liked him in. Maybe Three Kings? Planet of the Apes? Anyway Adam McKay and Will Ferrell is enough to lure me into seeing it.
D on Mar 25, 2010
Now this is some news!!! thanks alex
dexter on Mar 25, 2010
could be his best since Talladega Nights......or it could be the next Cop Out
movie mike on Mar 25, 2010
I like Chamillionnaire song for this. It's pretty interesting.
Mony on Mar 25, 2010
Alex - offhand...was this a Blacklist script?
iheartsubtitles on Mar 25, 2010
hahahaha awesome. Love Mark Whalberg, doing a comedy should be an interesting new role for him.
jman571 on Mar 25, 2010
I already laughed more at this poster than I did at the entirety of Cop Out. And I usually hate Will Ferrell. This wins.
Rops on Mar 25, 2010
Weren't these guys cast in Cop Out early on? So they leave that project and get their own version going. Interesting.
germs on Mar 25, 2010
Flat screens are so cheap now give it a year and these video's will be playing in the displays outside of every theater.
shadow on Mar 25, 2010
I LOLed, can't wait.
Gabs on Mar 26, 2010
Freakin' awesome XD
Robbie on Mar 26, 2010
hahaha...looks freaking sweet. I couldn't imagine Mark and Will together.
Fisherr on Mar 26, 2010
Looks good. But I just read the end part of this entry saying that the cops they can't measure up to are being played by Sam Jackson and Dwayne Johnson... I want to see THAT movie.
Syphous on Mar 26, 2010
Wahlberg HAS done a comedy - he was in David O. Russell's I Heart Huckabees back in '04. Plenty of people think its a pretentious little movie, and they may have something there, but Wahlberg is freaking hilarious in it as a borderline psychotic firefighter obsessed with "the worldwide petroleum crisis." If he gets any of that manic energy out onscreen with Ferrell in this movie, it could be really, really funny.
RawrItsaBear on Mar 26, 2010
cant wait to see the movie... im pretty sure there gonna be a lot of laughs...
KING on Mar 26, 2010
Will Ferrell = save your $$$ for something good...
slopshoe smith on Mar 26, 2010
Ok I was skeptical at first but I laughed looks like it COULD be good.
Cody w on Mar 26, 2010
If you are a regular to this website then you know how i feel about Mark Wahlberg. I still feel the same! But i go crazy for some Will Farrel!
Ray on Mar 27, 2010
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Lux on Mar 28, 2010
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Zencyde on Mar 30, 2010
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