Two More Hilarious Posters for Will Ferrell's 'Casa de mi Padre' Movie
The "Funniest Movie You'll Ever Read" ha! Our friends at IMPAwards have posted the third official poster for Will Ferrell's Casa de mi Padre, his Spanish-language comedy that we've been talking about for a while. In addition to the final new poster, there's another yellow teaser poster we never featured before, but is just as funny - so I'm hitting two snakes with one eagle (get it?). We've already seen one teaser trailer and a teaser poster before, but I absolutely love these posters, especially the third newest one. They're hilarious and brilliantly designed for this film perfectly, already some of my favorites of 2012 already. See both below!
Here's the second teaser poster for Casa de mi Padre that I think is a fairly simple but amusing design.
And here's the third official poster for Casa de mi Padre, from the "gringos who brought you Anchorman":
Armando Alvarez has lived and worked on his father's ranch in Mexico his entire life. When he encounters financial difficulties, Armando's younger brother Raul shows up with his new fiancé. But when Armando falls for Sonia, all hell breaks loose as they find themselves in a war with Mexico's most feared drug lord.
Casa de mi Padre, or The House of My Father in Spanish, is directed by Matt Piedmont, a former comedy writer and director for Funny or Die, from a screenplay written by Andrew Steele. Not the kind of people you'd expect. The film was financed entirely by NALA Films and is being distributed by Pantelion Films in the US next year. Casa de mi Padre will arrive in theaters starting March 16th, 2012. Can't wait to see it!
This will be awesome-o! Que Bueno!
DAVIDPD on Dec 28, 2011
A "hilarious poster". Really? Hilarious? Wow.
Me on Dec 28, 2011
Dunno if they're hilarious, but they're pretty cool!
Moutchy on Dec 28, 2011
I'd like to extend my deepest condolences to Mr. Pedro Armendariz Jr's family; Mr. Armendariz sadly passed away on Monday 12/26/11 due to cancer! I post this because there has been no mention of his death on this site and because he had the role of 'Miguel Ernesto Alvarez' in this flick, clearly a relative to Ferrell's character 'Armando Alvarez'. ...Mexico has lost one of it's few true talents and the international acting world has surely lost a very iconic actor who has left us an extensive legacy in film/theater/TV! May you rest in peace, Mr. Armendariz!
Spider on Dec 28, 2011
"Funniest movie you'll ever READ", hehe.
David Banner on Dec 29, 2011
Looks good, I like the yellow one the best. I reckon for distressed type folk need to make more effort, but that's some geeky designer stuff, I always think it's better to start with a clean font and use the textures to distress them. All the letter A's have the same texture.
Crapola on Dec 29, 2011
Subtitled Comedy?...jury is out on this one...
all-seeing-eye on Dec 29, 2011
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