Will Ferrell, Zach Galifianakis & Animals in New 'Campaign' Posters

June 25, 2012
Source: Yahoo

The Campaign

We've already gotten a batch of political ads, a couple theatrical posters and a full-on hilarious trailer for The Campaign, the new political comedy from director Jay Roach co-starring Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis as rival candidates for a Southern Congressional seat. Now a couple new posters have arrived that are both patriotic and animal-loving. In fact, they act more as real campaign posters than movie posters, so you know someone is going to write in Cam Brady or Marty Huggins during the election this year. These are great posters, but I have to say that Galifianakis' face and head look really strange. Oh well.

Here's the two latest posters for Jay Roach's The Campaign, originally debuted on Yahoo:

The Campaign - Brady Character Poster

The Campaign - Huggins Character Poster

Jay Roach who has moved from comedies like Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery and Meet the Parents to HBO's political dramas like Recount and Game Change is combining his experience for The Campaign, written by Chris Henchy (The Other Guys) and Shawn Harwell ("Eastbound & Down"). The film has Will Ferrell and Zack Galifianakis as congressional rivals from the South and also features a fantastic cast including Dan Ayrkroyd, Jason Sudeikis, Brian Cox, John Lithgow, Dylan McDermott and more. The film is expected to hit theaters just a couple months before the presidential election on August 10th, 2012.

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I would vote the dogs. They're so cute.

Isildur_of_Numenor on Jun 25, 2012


But the eagle represents....AMERICA, F*** YEA!!

JBrotsis on Jun 25, 2012


Yes I know, the indecisiveness I feel from such an overwhelming responsibility of Dogs vs Eagle crippling my ability to act is what makes me a true American!

Akirakorn on Jun 25, 2012


I agree with isildur but I talk about people and then animals always

Ehsan Davodi on Jun 26, 2012


Best Political Comedy in my life was " Great Dictator ". Hilarious & Impressive. Chaplin change my vision to this genre. Woody Allen's Bananas Shake Me & Shock Me too. I very very love anime called Team America : World Police either, very funny satirical with some bloody and brutal sequences. Posters look ok , but I see extravaganza In face of Will Ferrell , I m more interest in Zack.

Ehsan Davodi on Jun 25, 2012


FYI: Team America is Marionettes (dolls on strings manipulated by hand), and I think there is some stop motion too, but it is all live action not animated. Not being a dick, but they are is two very different forms of cinema. PS FYI: South Park was originally stop motion, then was changed to animation later on.

Akirakorn on Jun 25, 2012


Ok I Learn But I want express my opinion about Political Comedy movies, kind of team of amierica didn't was important for me, in my country stop motion is very usual because its cost is low, we call it " Eest-Harekat " not Stop Motion. AnyWay I'm fan of SouthPark too but for me those films that I wrote are Symbolic and pay attention to Symbols lead to more progress dear Akira. (just for saying dude, imdb call the TeamAmerica genre : Genre Animation, Action, Adventure, Comedy In Wikipedia they define it : an animation technique (I think that means stop motion is subgenre for animes)

Ehsan Davodi on Jun 26, 2012


I understand. Unfortunately most of the Political Comedies us Americans are exposed to are either movies featuring politicians (Like "Dave" or "Bob Roberts") and everyday personal issues, or over-the-top shock value ones like Team America or Sascha Baron Cohen's "The Dictator" and "Borat" that ironically deal with global political issues.

Akirakorn on Jun 26, 2012


Cool & Effective Answer I learn Really Thx

Ehsan Davodi on Jun 27, 2012


I wanna see a baby get punched in the face dammit! XD

LosZombies on Jun 25, 2012


Who doesn"t?

grimjob on Jun 25, 2012


I'm sorry, but even though I'd rather vote Huggins I'm would have to vote for Brady, seeing that he looks like he beat the shit outta me if I don't.

Akirakorn on Jun 25, 2012

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