Thursday, July 26, 2007

Entertainment Weekly Confirms "Monstrous" Poster


I just receive an email from Entertainment Weekly, and they have an "exclusive" look at the new Cloverfield poster. LOL.

It's the same poster as the Monstrous poster that was leaked Tuesday, except it doesn't have a title. The fact that their poster doesn't have a title might be because it had not been officially announced yet, or maybe the movies title is NOT Monstrous!

This does confirm that the poster is real however...now we just need a name!

(click poster to see full-size)

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  1. Dang it Dennis, I was just about to send you this.

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  2. I emailed EW and told them that they shouldn't call it an "exclusive" since I've had the poster here since Tuesday :)

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  3. Notice it doesnt have the paramount logo on it?

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  4. It doesnt have any scanlines :(

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  6. Wait, can't be because it is light out, so this must be the morning after the attack.

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  8. Found a larger copy of the Paramount released poster.

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  9. No, mine's BIGGER! ;-)

    http://www.cinematical.com/photos/comic-con-2007-paramount/

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  10. Why has no one noticed the face just to the to--left of the white light in the city? It looks sort of like Chucky. Also, that white light looks too defined to be some diffuse explosion or something. Just saying...

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  11. What is the light there? I don't think it's the sun. UFO? This press release doesn't show the same detail as the hi res poster here or the actual poster, there are many clues in the image that are concrete. Like the red matrix emanating from the SOL's back.

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  12. ....and there is a gray profile to in between the buildings to the right of the damage and below the Sun/light/UFO" thing.

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  13. What is the "light" in the movie? Why is it blowing up buildings? Why is it so dangerous and scary?

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