William Fichtner Gets Badass on a 'Drive Angry 3D' Motion Poster!

January 28, 2011
Source: ShockTillYouDrop

Drive Angry 3D Motion Poster

The Accountant is here. I'm not a big fan of motion posters, but this one for Drive Angry 3D (via STYD) is pretty damn cool, primarily because it starts with a close-up of William Fichtner then zooms out through carnage to finally show Amber Heard and Nicolas Cage on the official poster. The movie hits theaters in February and those who have seen it say it's good, including Ryan of STYD: "A film that's not afraid to pull a few punches and have a blast wrangling all of the elements I've ever loved… Some people might call it a an overload, I call this a goddamn party." Check out the poster below, but watch quickly as it'll load instantly!

Cage stars as Milton, a hardened felon who has broken out of hell for one last chance at redemption. Intent on stopping a vicious cult who murdered his daughter, he has 3 days to find them. Watch an official trailer.

Drive Angry 3D is directed by former editor Patrick Lussier, who has also previously directed Dracula 2000 (as well as Dracula II & III), White Noise 2: The Light and My Bloody Valentine 3D. The script was written by Lussier and writing partner Todd Farmer, of Jason X, The Messengers and also My Bloody Valentine 3D previously. Summit Entertainment is bringing Drive Angry 3D to theaters on February 25th. Seeing this?

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I liked the Terminator Motion Poster, but it is the only one, well, maybe this one, but without the sounds

BaSs1L on Jan 28, 2011


awesome poster and it fits perfectly with the feel of the trailer - i'm with you, alex - this movie looks like a bunch of over-the-top fun!!

Anonymous on Jan 28, 2011


Super cool poster! Though.. does it feel like they're saying 'STATE-OF-THE-ART 3D' like they came up with it yesterday.

Snears on Jan 28, 2011


I think that with the post-conversion backlash from last year, studios now want to emphasis (maybe a little too much) films that were actually shot with 3D cameras.

Sean Kelly on Jan 29, 2011


Great poster work after the "Gamer" movie poster.

Aniruddha Chowkidar on Jan 29, 2011


i love these motion posters!

A5J4DX on Jan 29, 2011

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