This week in This Week In Posters we begin with… DAMMIT WHAT IS THAT FONT! It’s the same one from the Thoroughbreds poster. Initially I thought it came from Gone Girl, but it’s not that. Then I thought, Girl On The Train? Girl With The Dragon Tatoo? It looks like the font from a movie with “girl” in the title, doesn’t it? Ugh, it’s killing me. It’s the edge-of-your-seat thriller font.
Anyway, someone get this girl some Gore Tex, she’s going to be soaked.
THERE IT IS AGAIN! Was it Fifty Shades that started this font trend? It’s a good font, because you can tease an ejaculation scene and it still seems upscale. This movie looks like it’s going to be the Zales diamond commercial of jizz shots.
Cock blockers, eh? Real subtle. Maybe they should’ve used that Fifty Shades jizz font.
Christ, look at all those CalArts faces. I liked Coco better when I thought the goofy doggy was the main character.
Sherlock Gnomes! In case you didn’t know, it’s the sequel to Gnomeo And Juliet, which is weird, because I would’ve assumed Gnomeo and Juliet killed themselves at the end.
So Gnomeo and Juliet both lived? What kind of bullshit gnome-based retcon is that? Whatever, these posters are fine, I guess. I get a thrill every time an animated producer takes on existing Intellectual Property without paying royalties. My brand appreciates solid business strat.
There are a few of these Greatest Showman posters, which are mostly great, except I can’t understand why the backgrounds are all tilted.