New Poster for 'Man on a Ledge' Thriller Just Might Give You Vertigo

September 21, 2011
Source: IMP Awards

Man on a Ledge

Despite the fact that he may have starred in the highest grossing film to date, Avatar star Sam Worthington really hasn't turned in a a truly great performance. Perhaps standing on the edge of a tall building in New York will bring out his talent in Man on a Ledge, a new thriller from Ghosts of Cité Soleil documentary director Asger Leth. The film follows an ex-cop (Worthington) threatening to jump to his death from a Manhattan hotel rooftop, but the potential suicide might be a front for something bigger. Now we have the first teaser poster for the thriller which might give you vertigo or a nosebleed. See it below!

Here's the teaser poster for Asger Leth's thriller Man on a Ledge (courtesy of IMP Awards):

Man on a Ledge Teaser Poster

Man on a Ledge, the first feature film from director Asger Leth (Ghosts of Cité Soleil), follows an ex-cop (Sam Worthington) threatening to jump to his death from a Manhattan hotel rooftop, but the potential suicide might be a front for something bigger. Unbeknownst to the police psychologists brought in to talk him down, this suicide attempt is supposedly a cover for the biggest diamond heist ever attempted. Worthington will play the cop who was thrown in jail for a crime he didn't commit, but finds himself let out for his father's funeral. The film also stars Anthony Mackie, Jamie Bell, Kyra Sedwick, Ed Harris and Elizabeth Banks, and is slated to hit theaters on January 13th, 2012 next year.

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I like it. The Debt looks decent...Worthington may just surprise us.

Xerxexx on Sep 21, 2011


Poster would've been so much better with out the cast photos at the bottom

thefutureofhollywood on Sep 21, 2011


They're only the same in that they follow one man on a ledge. The detailed plot of each film is drastically different.

Ethan Anderton on Sep 21, 2011


does someone standing on a ledge really draw that much of a crowd?

El Hoopso on Sep 21, 2011


Maybe not that big a crowd.

Xerxexx on Sep 21, 2011


Depends on who that man is... Imagine if he's the president or a celebrity...

Paquete_PT on Sep 22, 2011


Good poster. It works

Davide Coppola on Sep 22, 2011


Nice poster. Definitely does the job

Richie G on Sep 22, 2011


I absolutely loved "Ghost of Cite' Soleil", that was the most realistic, powerful documentary ever made! Asger is an incredible, talented filmmaker.

jah p on Sep 22, 2011


The Debt was awesome, Worthington was one of the best parts too, and I normally hate him

Trademark on Sep 23, 2011

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