Very Ethereal Official Poster Arrives for Eastwood's Hereafter

September 22, 2010
Source: Awards Daily


Warner Bros has debuted the official poster (found via Awards Daily) for Clint Eastwood's Hereafter, the Sixth Sense-like supernatural drama starring Matt Damon, Bryce Dallas Howard, Cécile De France, Richard Kind and many others. The film actually premiering at the Toronto Film Festival a few weeks ago and didn't receive any good reviews, at all. Our friend Jordan Raup of The Film Stage gave it only 5/10 saying it was "a laughably cliche exercise that was uncomfortable to behold." Over on SlashFilm, Peter gave it 6.5/10 say it has "bad storytelling" and "logically-laughable coincidences." That doesn't sound too good, but check it out.

Watch the official trailer for Eastwood's Hereafter right here if you haven't yet and are still interested in it.

Hereafter Poster

A supernatural thriller centered on three people -- a blue-collar American, a French journalist (de France) and a London school boy (both Frankie & George McLaren) -- who are touched by death in different ways.

Hereafter is directed by legendary Oscar winning actor/filmmaker Clint Eastwood, of great like The Rookie, Unforgiven, Space Cowboys, Blood Work, Mystic River, Million Dollar Baby, Flags of Our Fathers, Letters from Iwo Jima, Changeling, Gran Torino and Invictus most recently. The screenplay was written by Oscar nominated British screenwriter Peter Morgan, of The Last King of Scotland, The Queen, Frost/Nixon and The Damned United. Warner Bros is bringing Hereafter to theaters on October 22nd this fall. Thoughts?

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Hi Alex, you can download hi-res version of this poster via apple [ ] 🙂

Sēbastián on Sep 22, 2010


sorta meh...but sorta of cool at the same time.

Xerxex on Sep 22, 2010


cheesey poster

memz on Sep 22, 2010


Matt Damon's eye looks creepy. Also, good job airbrushing 20 years off of him.

SuicidalOptimist on Sep 22, 2010


Actually, there were lots of positive reviews for the film. Roger Ebert, Screen International, Variety and the Hollywood Reporter.

Jane on Sep 23, 2010


you're right, jane - i've seen quite a few good reviews of this movie. (although - i don't put much weight on reviews.......i make my own decisions on movies being good and bad) BTW, alex - no offense intended at your friend jordan........but he seeming doesn't like anything. and what positive comments he does give out for a film- it seems he does so begrudgingly. as far as the poster - i like the ethereal look to it.

beavis on Sep 23, 2010


The trailer looked terrible. 2012 disaster effects with New Age spiritualism.

Craig on Sep 23, 2010


Whoever told you that the twins are played by the same actor is wrong, these are real twins in the movie Can't effing wait for this !

I am... on Sep 23, 2010


thats currently has a 9.3 rating on imdb 🙂

Spider94 on Sep 23, 2010


I saw this at TIFF and honestly, it was garbage. The way the three stories were brought together was ridiculously funny (in a very bad way). I read Ebert's review and I completely disagree with literally everything about his critique. Out of the 29 movies I saw at TIFF, it was the second worst (just short of Passion Play with Megan Fox and Mickey Rourke). Not even worth renting as far as I'm concerned.

Mykeywood on Sep 23, 2010


At least there's no orange on the poster...

peloquin on Sep 23, 2010


Hereafter sounds like "Sixth Sense" meets The Psychic Twins. Eastwood has "borrowed" an awful lot of concepts from the real-life story of the Jamison Twins here (prophetic visions, tsunami and terrorist attacks, twins who are inseparable, struggle with a psychic gift to name a few). Not cool.

Jason on Sep 25, 2010

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