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With Moneyball set to hit theaters tomorrow, Sony Pictures has the PR and marketing armada in full force, with the exclamation point being Brad Pitt on the cover of Sports Illustrated this week.
After a few week's hiatus, This Week in Posters is back, bringing you the latest in movie-related graphic design fun.
Those of you that regularly follow baseball are well aware of Moneyball, the Michael Lewis-penned book that chronicles the financially strapped Oakland A's rise to prominence in the early '00s.
At long last, here is your full, high-definition theatrical trailer for Moneyball, the Aaron Sorkin adaptation of the book by Michael M.
I'm not much of an expert when it comes to money, as evidenced by my solid gold toilets and multiple purchases from the International Star Registry, but thankfully Forbes is here to tell us when professional sports teams are wasting money.
That's right, folks, Moneyball, Michael Lewis' other, less popular book not about Sandra Bullock bringing pass blocking to the inner city, is once again set to hit theaters.
At this rate my next headline will just be "PENIS PENIS VAGINA.
Sony head Amy Pascal reportedly pulled the plug on Steven Soderbergh's adaptation of Michael Lewis' Moneyball (starring Brad Pitt) three days before filming was set to start.
A couple other places already had this, but the Brad Pitt movie that had all the stat nerds creaming into their graph paper has been laid to rest.
You'd think if you're Brad Pitt and Steven Soderbergh, you'd have earned a bit creative freedom by now.