Check Out This Vibrant New Sci-Fi Poster for Andrew Niccol's 'In Time'

September 10, 2011

In Time Poster

Oh how I love sci-fi. One of the films coming up this fall that I'm mildly excited about is Andrew Niccol's semi-sci-fi thriller In Time, starring Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried as fugitives on the run in a world where everyone's life and even currency is measured in time. We've seen trailers and posters for this already, but our friends at IMPAwards have posted a new Thai poster for In Time that's quite gorgeous, even though it's a bit cheesy. I just love how they've put in an expansive sci-fi world in the background and their faces are only seen on the "wanted" signs. Great poster design, I just hope the film lives up to it as well.

In Time New Poster

In the future people stop aging at 25 and must work to buy themselves more time, but when a young man finds himself with more time than he can imagine he must run from the corrupt police force to save his life.

In Time, originally titled Now and also I'm.mortal at one point, is both written and directed by New Zealand-born screenwriter-director Andrew Niccol, of only Gattaca, S1m0ne and Lord of War previously. He's also credited for writing The Truman Show and The Terminal, and is attached to direct Stephanie Meyer's The Host adaptation. Fox is finally bringing In Time to theaters starting on October 28th this fall.

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i cant believe you didnt mention that the actual characters are very obviously computer drawn.  what an odd choice... those thai

lane on Sep 10, 2011


Looks like a Sims movie.

Mr. Foe on Sep 10, 2011


I hate when actors' names are reversed and contradict what the posters portray.

reeft on Sep 10, 2011


Me too!

Craig on Sep 11, 2011


Too Me!

Anonymous on Sep 12, 2011


Haha, looks like a Dreamworks animated movie.

Craig on Sep 11, 2011


Amanda looks...uhm, animated there.

Gunther on Sep 11, 2011


god damned blue and orange posters..

Boyce on Sep 11, 2011


For some reason I always confuse Amanda Seyfried with Emma Stone with this movie, even the trailers. It's not funny.. Anyways I'm looking forward to this!

Davide Coppola on Sep 11, 2011


How the hell can you rip on so many posters and actually like this piece of shit? Looks like some grade school project in graphics 101.

Nate Carroll on Sep 11, 2011


Looking forward to the movie, but this poster is shit in every respect

Richie G on Sep 11, 2011


Looking forward to the movie, but this is poster sucks

Richie G on Sep 11, 2011


I very much like this poster. Brings a bit of a retro feel and therefore sends a message that reads "Hey! Remember when a movie came out and it couldn't be branded as 'this year's (insert another movie title that made money)?' That is what we're trying to do here!"

Louis Plamondon on Sep 11, 2011


T-T ...right. Whatever.

Jordyn on Sep 11, 2011


That is one ugly mutha of a poster.

Anonymous on Sep 12, 2011


Not a great poster. However, it would have been a lot better without the 2 characters in front.

Christophereo on Sep 12, 2011

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