Whoa: Totally Awesome Mondo Poster for 'Looper' by Martin Ansin

September 14, 2012
Source: Moviefone

Looper Mondo Poster

Whoa - here we go! I was waiting to see if we would get some kind of awesome artwork for Rian Johnson's Looper beyond that very simple studio-released poster, now we finally have it. Moviefone has debuted the new Mondo poster for the Fantastic Fest Looper screening, designed by Martin Ansin. It's badass. Why? Because it has some nifty inter-cutting between the two characters, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Bruce Willis, who are the same person from different times. I love it, and I've seen the movie and I love it, too, so I'm happy to see some fantastic artwork for it. There's an alternate colored version to see as well. Check it!

Martin Ansin Looper

Here's the alternate version, which has cleaner colors - I like this one a lot more. I need to get one of these!

Martin Ansin Looper

Be sure to watch the theatrical trailer for Looper if you haven't yet, and join the growing Looper Network.
In 2072, when the mob wants to get rid of someone, a target is sent 30 years into the past, where a hired gun awaits. Someone like Joe, who learns they want to "close the loop" by sending back Joe's future self.

Looper is the third film from Rian Johnson following his breakout hit Brick and The Brothers Bloom after that. Looper focuses on a mobster named Joe, played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt. The movie also stars Piper Perabo, Jeff Daniels and Paul Dano. Looper hits theaters everywhere starting on September 28th this fall.

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Yup. I need this.

Aj Meadows on Sep 14, 2012


Stellar. So many elements all working so well together. Can't wait to see this in theaters

Nick Sears on Sep 14, 2012


Wow. It captured the overall plot perfectly.

DAVIDPD on Sep 14, 2012


Great poster, it is a well thought out concept.

FAKE1 on Sep 14, 2012


I've heard great things about this movie, I can't wait to catch it myself. Was this in competition at TIFF?

Gourmet Detective on Sep 15, 2012


Yeah, the non-sepia toned version is much much better.

obloodyhell on Sep 15, 2012

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