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The Official Future Films Thread

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Then new Twin Peaks is gonna be great!

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Perhaps Mark Frost will supervise the level of craziness, you know, to protect Lynch.

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On 3/17/2017 at 10:50 AM, KK said:

I haven't seen anything after The Tree of Life. But they seem rather hard to sit through.

They aren't nearly as long as his other films, but I have yet to see Knight Of Cups.

 

To The Wonder doesn't really do it for me thematically, but still found it a worthwhile experience. If you're into Malick's style, I would recommend his protege A.J. Edwards. Check out The Better Angels, I found it more Malickian than To The Wonder. 

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Dark Tower poster reminds me of other recentish posters

 

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Yeah, I saw that on King's twitter feed this morning.  Not impressed.  Should have had a desert landscape on the poster in some form.  The first book doesn't even take place anywhere resembling a metropolis.

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I think I remember reading somewhere the film was going to use elements from the various books in the series, not just the first one, so I wouldn't expect a faithful adaptation.

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At least the fact that you can see the Tower's silouette is kinda original.

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35 minutes ago, Jay said:

Dark Tower poster reminds me of other recentish posters

 

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People with their back turned teaser poster!

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I recognize several Nolan attributes in that poster. 

 

inception-upside-down-city.jpg

 

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Dark Tower?

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I think it's a good poster actually. Similar to others, definitely. But now I am slightly interested in whatever this film is about. 

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On 3/20/2017 at 0:15 PM, Muad'Dib said:

At least the fact that you can see the Tower's silouette is kinda original.

Star Trek Into Darkness did the exact same thing. There is no such thing as originally when discussing movie posters!

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4 hours ago, Koray Savas said:

Star Trek Into Darkness did the exact same thing. There is no such thing as originally when discussing movie posters!

 

Or is it?!

 

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$_57.JPG

 

This was an original poster. I remember that I wanted to see this movie because I didn't know what the poster was about.

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One of the best film posters ever done.

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2 hours ago, Quintus said:

The ALIEN poster is particularly effective because it is an optical illusion. 

 

Please explain?

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Can you tell I grew up a home video guy? Because I never caught that.

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I always thought that was supposed to be movie theater seats, and it's just when Cremers posted the pic here that I finally noticed it's actually not that at all.

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Wow, just heard about The Circle and watched the trailers, looks terrific. Great premise, awesome cast. (I should probably read the book too but I doubt I'll get around it before next month.)

 

I'll have to remember to see it if possible. 

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Another teaser for a trailer!

 

 

Poster as well

 

Stephen King's IT

 

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54 minutes ago, BloodBoal said:

Nice poster.

 

Yes, I agree, but once again the character is turning its back on us.

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17 hours ago, Alexcremers said:

 

Yes, I agree, but once again the character is turning its back on us.

 

It's more cinematic. Facing the camera is amatuerish.

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Looks much better than I was expecting, though still very bombastic in a "modern horror movie" sort of way.   

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Time for everyone's favorite, a teaser for a trailer!

 

 

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It's called sarcasm, Alex.

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