Two Gritty New 'Oblivion' Posters with Tom Cruise & Morgan Freeman
"It's a sci-fi adventure that spans two different worlds and two different times." Universal has revealed two brand new posters on EW.com for Joseph Kosinski's sci-fi Oblivion, starring Tom Cruise as Jack Harper. We've seen one teaser poster, but these two banners are more about the marketing push. The first features both Morgan Freeman and Cruise back-to-back, and nothing in the background except white. The second actually has a futuristic background, but only Cruise casually walking very small in the center. I still want to see more from this, but maybe it's for the better they're holding back. We'll see. Take a look at the art below.
Up first the new Oblivion combo poster with a one-two Cruise-Freeman punch, posted in full on EW.com:
Here's the second Oblivion banner they debuted, showing Cruise walking along a dilapidated old bridge:
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 developed this for years, with a writing credit with Karl Gajdusek and Michael Arndt. Universal has Oblivion set to open exclusively in IMAX theaters starting April 12th, before then going wide April 19th.
Freeman looks f*****g badass!
Akira Money ♕ on Feb 27, 2013
Same opinion here....
Szkari on Feb 27, 2013
Monal Valia on Feb 27, 2013
Yes, you are the only one.
email@example.com on Feb 27, 2013
You are right, i love him but he Denzel and Mother***** Samuel Jackson are always the same.
311 on Feb 27, 2013
Freeman has literally never played this character before and I see no resemblance to Driving Ms. Daisy, March of the Penguins, Through the Wormhole, Wanted, Batman, Evan Almighty, or Invictus. Come to think of it, dude's got range.
Matt Peloquin on Feb 28, 2013
I hope this has a better script than Tron: Legacy, which looked and sounded amazing, but lacked a strong story and screenplay.
castingcouch on Mar 1, 2013
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