Henceforth, whenever some poncy upstart whines to us about how our little monkey blog is undermining the high standards of the entertainment
marketing profession we will post this Key Art Award winning poster of a stuffed bear whacking off.
The image of
beaten and bloody Ryan Gosling is making the rounds on the web as the official movie
poster for Nicolas Winding Refn's violent crime drama "Only God
Forgives." However, that is not the case according to a rep for the Danish
director: "Someone stole a still photo and made a fake poster."
Guess we won’t
see the actual poster until someone steals a concept.
Patrick Dillon, Seth Phillips Althoff, Brian Setzer, Peter Stark and Luke
Silver-Greenberg have created BOND,
a new entertainment-marketing agency.
uncertain how the fab five were able to show creative done at other agencies on
their site until we saw the disclaimer at the bottom:
shown on this website was created by Bond team members working at previous
companies, in collaboration with others. All artwork is shown only as an
example of past work.”
Not a bad idea to copy and paste that line next time some of you creative types jump ship and open up your own shop. And maybe tack on an additional waiver: "Data shown represents past performance, which is not a guarantee of future results."
What’s curvaceous and a bit naughty, with a greenish palor?
This exclusive poster, below, for the upcoming mega celebrity-filled ensemble
comedy Movie 43!
Click on image to enlarge.
Touted as “The biggest cast every assembled, for the most
outrageous comedy ever made,” the poster boasts a bada-boom outline of a
greenish woman’s body with the movie’s title as the, er, crotch clincher.
Helmed by several directors, including Peter Farrelly (There’s Something About
Mary, Dumb and Dumber), the film
stars a serious litany of A-list names, including — take a long breath - Halle
Berry, Naomi Watts, Kate Winslet, Elizabeth Banks, Kate Bosworth, Gerard
Butler, Kieran Culkin, Josh Duhamel, Anna Faris, Chris Pratt, Richard Gere,
Terrence Howard, Hugh Jackman, Johnny Knoxville, Chloe Moretz, Justin Long,
Leslie Bibb, Liev Schreiber, Seann William Scott, Emma Stone, Jason Sudeikis,
and Uma Thurman.
“Never before have such huge actors pushed the envelope so
much,” Farrelly told EW last month, giving us the lowdown on scenes ranging
from Winslet on a crazy blind date with Jackman to a potty-mouthed Watts and
her real-life love Schreiber playing parents home-schooling their son by
totally demeaning him. The movie’s set for release in theaters Jan. 25, 2013.
One of our readers sent us a link to a series of How To Design A Movie Poster videos by "Mahalo", which we’re pretty sure is Hawaiian for trash, since we’ve
seen that word on waste bins all over Honolulu.
We doubt there's anything here you didn’t already know, except
maybe the part about “…unlike a movie trailer, you can put your poster in as
many places as you want.” And to think all this time we assumed we were constrained by petty media