Tom Cruise is Really High on Final IMAX Poster for 'Oblivion' Sci-Fi

April 4, 2013
Source: IMAX


The IMAX featurette for Joseph Kosinski's new sci-fi film Oblivion just showed audiences how it was specifically formatted for the giant screen without being shot on the large film stock, and the soundtrack from M83 is available for streaming online right now. With the film just two weeks away, one final poster highlighting the IMAX release of the film has arrived and it puts Tom Cruise and his trusty bubble ship high up in the sky. It's a pretty gorgeous shot, and I'm continually impressed with how Cruise isn't being used as the focal point of the poster campaign. His name is prominent, but the film's landscape is the star.

Here's the final IMAX poster for Joseph Kosinski's Oblivion, debuted by the IMAX twitter:

Oblivion - IMAX Poster

Joseph Kosinski's Oblivion (also known as Horizons) stars Tom Cruise as Jack Harper, plus Morgan Freeman, Olga Kurylenko, Zoe Bell, Andrea Riseborough, Melissa Leo and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. Living and patrolling the breathtaking skies from thousands of feet above, Jack's soaring existence is brought crashing down when he rescues a beautiful stranger from a downed spacecraft. Her arrival triggers a chain of events that forces him to question everything he knows and puts the fate of humanity in his hands. Kosinski has developed this for years, and wrote it with William Monahan. Universal Pictures currently has Oblivion scheduled to open in IMAX and theaters everywhere April 19th.

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See now why wouldnt there be guard rails every where, thats just not safe lol

Cody W on Apr 4, 2013


im the first one to say, Oblivion looks promising, but hopefully TCruise is not having a dream!!

Bkool on Apr 4, 2013


Great poster though, not all flashy and sparky just very simple like it

Cody W on Apr 4, 2013


beautiful poster

A5J4DX on Apr 4, 2013


Beautiful poster indeed. The perspective of the booster wings is off in relation to the platform. Just saying;)

Gaser on Apr 4, 2013


Brought to you by the same guy who designed Apple devices.

Robert L. Tuva on Apr 4, 2013


Kosinski actually went to school to become an architect which I find quite interesting.

Matt Peloquin on Apr 4, 2013


I knew that, and it shows in Tron. Not a good film for my standards though.

Robert L. Tuva on Apr 5, 2013


I actually like Tron, but I know I'm in the minority there. Also, the shortfalls of Tron can be chalked up to someone making a film that has never made a film before. Kosinski was thrown to the studio wolves and I think it will make him a very strong director, but I guess we'll see with Oblivion.

Matt Peloquin on Apr 5, 2013


I don't know how much Kosinski had to do with the character of Quorra, but I liked how Olivia Wilde played her sort of quirky and goofy. I wouldn't mind if she'd intensified that considering the nature of her being. And I will remember beautiful last shot, very last I think, of the couple driving away on a motorcycle. Made me wish the film didn't take place in virtual environment.

Robert L. Tuva on Apr 5, 2013


Yes, I also liked her character a lot. Although I prefer the majority of a TRON movie to take place on the Grid.

$126191 on Apr 5, 2013


SO fake looking!

Jake on Apr 4, 2013


It looks like he's standing next to a mutant helicopter with issues.

Trey on Apr 4, 2013


Love the poster, and stoked for the movie... He looks pretty fake though.

DannyM0 on Apr 4, 2013


Plus points for not having a giant floating TC head on the poster.

$126191 on Apr 5, 2013

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