Check Out Three New Spectacular Posters for 'Killing Them Softly'
We've seen a handful of posters for Andrew Dominik's crime drama Killing Them Softly, which reunites him with his The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford lead actor Brad Pitt. The first poster was a slick minimalist piece of work while the other two featured Pitt and his trusty shotgun. Now three new posters have emerged, one by our favorite collectible arthouse Mondo, and they're the best we've seen yet. Each is completely different and makes for some great artwork to promote the film. We're not sure which one is the Mondo poster (we'd guess the bloodiest one), but they're all pretty damn great. Look below!
Here's the three new posters for Andrew Dominik's Killing Them Softly from Moviefone:
Killing Them Softly, based on George V. Higgins' crime novel Cogan's Trade, follows Jackie Cogan (Brad Pitt), an enforcer who investigates a heist that takes place during a high stakes poker game perpetrated by two junkies played by Scoot McNairy (Monsters) and Ben Mendelsohn (Animal Kingdom). Andrew Dominik (Chopper, Assassination of Jesse James) both writes & directs the film which also features Casey Affleck, Sam Rockwell, Richard Jenkins (Let Me In), Ray Liotta (GoodFellas) and more. This first premiered at the Cannes Film Festival and The Weinstein Co. will be releasing it starting November 30th this fall. You in?
Reader Feedback - 3 Comments
the last two seem pretty neat and simple.
truong18 on Oct 1, 2012
Just to clarify - Sam Rockwell and Affleck aren't in this movie. Saw it last week with the director and Ben Mendelsohn chatting with the audience afterwards. Good movie - not a great one like 'Assassination of Jesse James'. Couple of points from the talk-back: - Of the three movies he's made Jesse James is his favorite. - He says that if he had never made Jesse James he would be in a better position in Hollywood than he is now - JJ set him back since it didn't make it's money back (initially). - Ben made up most of his lines. - Brad Pitt's performance is at times far below some of the other actors in this movie (my opinion), but there was discussion about how this doesn't matter. Pitt in the lead role gets a movie made. My two cents.
Julio on Oct 1, 2012
i think i was there too, it was a fun Q&A
Jaydn Gosselin on Oct 1, 2012
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