Seven Interactive Character Posters for 'Moonrise Kingdom' Surface
We've seen a couple of gorgeous posters for Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom, but now we've got some of that stellar imagery with an added bonus. A slew of websites have revealed a bunch of different character posters, but they each of images within that you can click for more information about the characters played by Edward Norton, Jason Schwartzman, Bill Murray, Bruce Willis, Tilda Swinton, Frances McDormand and newcomers Jared Gilman and Kara Hayward. We've included a few of the interactive versions of the posters below, and just the images for the rest with links to the source for you to discover.
Here's a full list of the rest of them (seven in total), in case you're interested in exploring the characters. RushmoreAcademy.com has young lead Suzy (Hayward), EW.com has Walt & Laura Bishop (Murray & McDormand), Fandango has "Social Services" (Swinton) & MTV has Cousin Ben (Schwartzman). See here:
Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom, his seventh feature film, was filmed on an island in New England. It recounts a tormented and surprising story of children and adults during the stormy days of the summer of 1965 (watch the trailer here). The cast includes: Edward Norton, Bruce Willis, Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton, Frances McDormand and Jason Schwartzman as well as Kara Hayward and Jared Gilman playing the two young lovers. Focus Features will be releasing the film in US theaters starting May 25th, just after it debuts at the Cannes Film Festival this summer. Stay tuned for more updates! Visit the film's official website here.
"This is Captain Sharp. He loved someone once, but she didn't love him back." - that picture has a new meaning after reading. Bruce Willis looks great in this role.
Isildur_of_Numenor on Apr 17, 2012
This is Davide Coppola. A fan of Wes Anderson. He has never seen a Wes Anderson film in theaters, but he sure as hell won't miss this one 🙂
Davide Coppola on Apr 17, 2012
Ah Flash, you used to be so fun. I really liked these.
Crapola on Apr 17, 2012
What a great evolution when it comes to being 'a movie poster'. Not quite motion poster, not quite still. These are great, simple posters that bottle up the quirkiness of each character.
Nick Sears on Apr 18, 2012
Simple, yet effective
Sean Kelly on Apr 18, 2012
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