Fantastic Official Poster for Paul Haggis' The Next Three Days
by Alex Billington
September 1, 2010
Source: The Hitlist
Wow, I love this. I know it's not going to be everyone's cup o' tea, but I love the creativity and originality and what they're going for with this. As far as I know, we haven't ever seen a poster like this that presents details from the plot like it's a big puzzle to be solved (they should've done this for Zodiac, too!). MSN's The Hitlist recently debuted the official poster for Paul Haggis' The Next Three Days, that dramatic thriller starring Russell Crowe, Elizabeth Banks, Liam Neeson and Olivia Wilde. We just saw a trailer for it a few weeks ago, and it looks good, but I want to watch it to see if it's really as good as they're selling. I'm hoping for the best!
We don't have a high res version yet, for those who want to look closer at this, but we'll update once we do!
If you haven't seen the official trailer for The Next Three Days, you can still catch it on our site right here.
A married couple's (Crowe, Banks) life is flipped entirely upside down when the wife is accused of murder.
The Next Three Days is both written and directed by Oscar winning American filmmaker Paul Haggis, best known for Crash but he also directed Red Hot in 1993 and In the Valley of Elah in 2007. This new version of the script is based on the 2008 French film titled Pour Elle written by Fred Cavayé and Guillaume Lemans. This was shot mostly on location in Pittsburgh, PA late last year. Lionsgate is bringing The Next Three Days to theaters everywhere on November 19th this fall. The same day as the new Harry Potter! Interested?
Hey what the hell is wrong with that Zodiac poster? I have a massive version of it above my bed, I think it is simple and menacing. Fitted well with the movie. Anyway, this poster is good, a bit messy though.
Ben on Sep 1, 2010
It took me a few seconds to figure out what it was. At first I thought it was simply pictures and things on a poster board. But alas...there's more
Dan W on Sep 1, 2010
That's a decent afro on Crowe there.
Crapola on Sep 2, 2010
I don't like most of Paul Haggis films and I think Crash is one of the most overrated films of the last Decade right behind Slumdog Millionaire. But I do hope this film turns out to be good because the cast is terrific.
CLAW on Sep 2, 2010
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