'The Great Gatsby' Meets 'Cloud Atlas' on 'Jupiter Ascending' Posters

March 26, 2014
Source: IMP Awards

Jupiter Ascending

A new trailer for Jupiter Ascending, the latest sci-fi endeavor from Andy & Lana Wachowski, should be arriving anytime now. In the meantime, the first posters for the hopeful summer blockbuster have arrived, and they're not all that convincing. Since the first trailer seemed a bit odd, and the Japanese trailer didn't improve that vibe much, Warner Bros. has a lot of convincing to do in order to get butts in the seats for this original sci-fi flick. Otherwise, the Wachowskis just might have another flop on their hands (which might be why The Matrix is rumored for a reboot). The two posters feature stars Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis, but the aesthetic is an odd, fantasy mix of The Great Gatsby and Cloud Atlas marketing. Look!

Here are the two new posters for Andy & Lana Wachowski's Jupiter Ascending from IMP Awards:

Jupiter Ascending

Jupiter Ascending

Jupiter Ascending is written and directed by filmmaker siblings Andy Wachowski & Lana Wachowski, the duo behind Bound, the Matrix trilogy, Speed Racer and Cloud Atlas just last year. Official synopsis: In a universe where humans are near the bottom of the evolutionary ladder, a young destitute human woman is targeted for assassination by the Queen of the Universe because her very existence threatens to end the Queen's reign. The cast includes Sean Bean, Eddie Redmayne, Douglas Booth, James D'Arcy and Doona Bae. Warner Bros will open Jupiter Ascending in theaters everywhere July 18th this summer, right after Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Watch the original US trailer. "Some lives will always matter more than others."

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Channing Tatum looks like he's going to a techno party in the 90s! I love it 🙂

DavideCoppola on Mar 26, 2014


Kunis' poster is so bad!!! WTF?

DAVIDPD on Mar 26, 2014


This is going to BOMB big!!!

Troy Saling on Mar 26, 2014


The Tatum poster is pretty cool. What's with that shirt choice for her?

OfficialJab on Mar 26, 2014



Carpola on Mar 27, 2014


This looks like it was inspired by Alphonse Mucha. That being said, these posters would have looked way cooler painted in that style, instead of another photoshopped poster.

xander on Mar 27, 2014


Wasn't really sold on the first trailer, but this one has hooked me.

Guest on Mar 27, 2014

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