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August 12th, 2007 at 11:24 pm

New Hitman Poster

in: Action

Hitman Teaser Poster

Well, this is more like it.

Like I said before, I don’t know anything about Hitman. So I have no idea how meaningful this is to people who like the game. But I do think this is a much more interesting poster for those of us who don’t already know the story and the characters. In part because there is a lot more to look at. But also, and more importantly, because it starts to introduce us to the character at the center of the movie. It doesn’t show much right now, just a bald guy enveloped in shadows and holding two guns, but it’s a start.

This would be a terrible final poster. But as a teaser for a larger campaign I think it will probably work well enough.

(Via MovieWeb, Thanks to John Allison from FilmGrotto and Movie Patron Blog for pointing it out)

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    [...] funny thing is that none of the previous Hitman posters indicated anything like this. I had my problems with them, but they were well done and had [...]

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    I’m a huge hitman fan..but that poster is not that cool

    amrit on August 19th, 2008
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    I’ve said that least 3365271 times. The problem this like that is they are just too compilcated for the average bird, if you know what I mean

    a3365271 on November 2nd, 2011
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    tarot visa on November 10th, 2011


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