Check This Out: Awesome 'Paul' Poster for SXSW Festival Premiere

March 2, 2011
Source: Collider

Paul Mondo Poster

We're still a couple weeks away from the March 18th release of Greg Mottola's sci-fi comedy Paul starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost but five days earlier the movie will premiere at the SXSW Film Festival in Austin, Texas. If you haven't seen the several hilarious trailers then you're missing out on some great laughs and excitement for one great looking comedy. We've already seen a couple posters for the film too, but now collectible poster shop Mondo has unveiled a poster by Tom Whalen made for the SXSW premiere, only available for purchase at the festival itself. But of course you can check out the poster below for yourself.

Here's Mondo's poster for the SXSW premiere of Paul courtesy of Collider (click for larger version):

Paul Mondo Poster

Two British comic book geeks (Frost & Pegg) traveling across the U.S. encounter an alien outside Area 51.

Paul is directed by filmmaker Greg Mottola, of The Daytrippers, episodes of "Undeclared", Superbad and Adventureland previously. The screenplay was written by the two co-stars, Nick Frost and Simon Pegg, of "Spaced" and Shaun of the Dead fame. Apparently they rebuilt most of the Comic-Con showfloor out in New Mexico to shoot some of the big convention scenes in this. Universal is bringing Paul to theaters everywhere on March 18th next month. Stay tuned for more updates and visit the official website:

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I want it.

Anonymous on Mar 2, 2011


saw this movie at a screening about a week ago- it was pretty funny, but not as funny as you'd think. its the only time i've liked seth rogan though.

one on Mar 2, 2011


This poster is indeed Rad.

Jace on Mar 2, 2011


Poster's pretty fresh, still got zero desire to see this.

DwainIBe on Mar 2, 2011


now that is one awesome poster

ozzie on Mar 3, 2011


wow that is cool

A5J4DX on Nov 13, 2018


wow that is cool

A5J4DX on Nov 13, 2018

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