Lars von Trier Gets His Own Solo 'Melancholia' Poster in This New Set
Enjoy it while it lasts. Someone out there was listening to my rants about the lackluster posters for Lars von Trier's Melancholia. A new set of character posters for the indie drama have been released via Empire, and there are five for the main characters in the movie, and one for Lars von Trier himself. Yes, von Trier, persona non grata from Cannes, gets his own character poster, complete with his personalized stamp in the corner. There's also individual posters for Kirsten Dunst, Charlotte Gainsbourg, John Hurt, Kiefer Sutherland and Alexander Skarsgård. I really like this series, these are actually good - check them out!
Justine (Dunst) and Michael (Skarsgård) are celebrating their marriage at a party in the home of her sister (Gainsbourg) and brother-in-law. Meanwhile, the planet Melancholia, is heading towards Earth…
Melancholia is both written & directed by controversial/brilliant Danish filmmaker Lars von Trier, of films like Medea, Dancer in the Dark, Dogville, The Boss of It All and Antichrist most recently. Magnolia Pictures will be distributing Melancholia in the US later this year, and has officially set a November 11th theatrical release, as well as On-Demand starting October 7th. Visit the website. Watch the full theatrical trailer here.
I thought there were no more sequels to the Harry Potter franchise...
JennyB on Sep 27, 2011
I don't get it...
peloquin on Sep 27, 2011
Now those are classy! I like 😀
Davide Coppola on Sep 27, 2011
Xerxexx on Sep 27, 2011
BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHHAAH ONLY LARS VON TIER! ONLY HIM!!!! I HAVE NEVER SEEN A CHARACTER POSTER SET THAT INCLUDES SOME ONE THAT ISNT A CHARACTER IN THE FILM. BAHAHAHAHAAHAHHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA love it.
Seth Von Oberle on Sep 27, 2011
i watched the movie 2 days ago and have to say other then Attack the Block its hands down my favorite movie of the year. its not perfect but it is hard to find a movie that makes you feel love and fear at the exact same time. it was an experience
Anonymous on Sep 28, 2011
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