First Official Poster for Lesbian Werewolf Film 'Jack & Diane' is Here

April 20, 2012
Source: Vulture

Love is a monster

Love is a monster. I hear so many complaints about the crappy Hollywood movie posters we feature, here's finally a poster that I think is unique, eye-catching, bold, and impressive for an indie, and I hope you guys all agree! Vulture has unveiled the first official poster for Bradley Rust Gray's Jack & Diane, that "lesbian werewolf" film we've been following its development for over five years. They finally made it, shot it, and it's ready to make its premiere at the Tribeca Film Fest. Jack & Diane stars Juno Temple as Diane, and Riley Keough as Jack, two teenage girls who meet in New York City, and start to notice changes after a night of kissing. Take a look, this is a great poster, bravo to Bradley Rust Gray for kicking things off on the right foot.

Jack & Diane Poster

The official synopsis is thus: Jack and Diane are two teenage girls who meet in New York City and spend the night kissing ferociously, quickly striking up a passionate love affair. But when Jack discovers that Diane is leaving the country in a week, she tries to push her away. Diane struggles to keep their love alive while hiding the secret that her newly awakened sexual desire is giving her monster-like visions. In addition to Temple and Keough, the cast includes Kylie Minogue, Jena Malone, Cara Seymour, Neal Huff and Leo Fitzpatrick. A Magnolia exec called the film, written and directed by Bradley Rust Gray, a "wildly original love story that blew us away." Jack & Diane will arrive in theaters and VOD in the fall after Tribeca.

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I would've never known that this had werewolves in it, based on this poster and 3/4ths of the little synopsis below it 😐

fem!anon on Apr 20, 2012


Sounds too weird for me...

BinaryChaos on Apr 20, 2012


..........curse you Twilight..........

Jericho on Apr 20, 2012


You had me at werewolfs....Twilight doesn't count cuz vampires sparkled so that automatically nullfied my desire to see werewolfs in it

carrottopsux on Apr 20, 2012


watch this werewolf not have hair and neon green teeth at night....

Jericho on Apr 20, 2012


Nothing can be as bad as Twilight, i would of rather watched Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. 

carrottopsux on Apr 20, 2012


Lesbos... cool.

Big Boss Bob on Apr 20, 2012


I love Twilight...and it's because of Twilight that I will see this movie. Just because a work is different, people denounce it. That's horrible...

Liltakia1 on Apr 20, 2012


... do you know vampires don't sparkle right? Lestat would scare the shit out of what-his-face Cullen or whatever...

Yahzee on Apr 21, 2012


So what? I love Anne Rice's vampires as much as the next guy. Hell, she pretty much set a standard. But the whole vampire mythos various.There's hundreds if didn't quirks. Not crossing water, etc... It's just another execution plagued by a terribly done film.

Zunecrazy on Apr 21, 2012


the film wasnt terribly was just adapted from a terrible book

Jericho on Apr 23, 2012


Yes Twilight is different, I denounce it anyway and does that make me horrible? No. It's my personal opinion if i liked it or not. Dating back to Nosferatu vampires have usually been portrayed as creepy figures or more recently with movies like Blade, & 30 Days of Night blood thirsty creatures, so the portrayal of what some would call handsome looking vampires that sparkle, well that doesn't appeal to me. I prefer my creepy, blood thirsty creatures. I did enjoy Let the Right One In thats a romance with a vampire, i liked it because it was beautifully shot and superbly acted.

carrottopsux on Apr 20, 2012



Xerxexx on Apr 20, 2012


Oh:( you all disappoint. It's because of the Quay Brothers that I will see this movie. The Piano Tuner of Earthquakes was a brilliant film.

Delambre on Apr 21, 2012


By which I mean animated sequences by the Quay Brothers trumps the fact that some other filmmaker made a terrible movie featuring terrible quasi-werewolves.

Delambre on Apr 21, 2012


You ever see street of crocodiles?

Hfd on Apr 21, 2012


"Monster like visions" .... I have a strange feeling there will be no real werewolf in the movie at all..... perhaps just in the one girls crazed passionate mind mind..... (Shrug) ...... movie will probably be an embarassment to the "Werewolf Myths" anyways... just like Twilight was to the "Vampire Myths"  It's been forever since there was a great werewolf movie made...too sad

Bithki on Apr 21, 2012


Hmmmm.....there is a lesbian werewolf themed comic, any relation to this?

David Banner on Apr 21, 2012


I think it's interesting that they use Jack, a boys name, and that on the poster Riley Keough looks like a boy. You would never know this was about lesbians.. 

Traveler on Apr 21, 2012


There will never be any better werewolf movies than 'The Company of Wolves' and 'American Werewolf in London' for me. I'm a sucker for monster movies, though, so I might give this a shot sometime later when I am bored. 

SuicidalOptimist on Apr 22, 2012


Werewolf..Meh so sick of them. Lesbian Werewolf...WIN!!!!!

utcclrules on Apr 22, 2012


What the hell is this shit?

Max Renn on Apr 22, 2012


Did everyone miss the ANIMATION SEQUENCES BY QUAY BROTHERS!!!! I am on board! 

AINYC Film on Apr 23, 2012

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