Monday, November 21, 2005

Vendetta posters available on movie website

Minor update on the movie website:

All the posters are now available at one URL:

(And these guys really need to force their famesets. Amateurs.)

Kinda strange; the page offers "web previews" and "Print version" of three of the four new posters, but there doesn't seem to be any difference in the images; both versions have the same physical size, file size and DPI. Also interesting that two of the images are presented in much msaller sizes than what was on IGN and UGO.

And now that initial buzz has died down, let me just officially point out that it's amusing to see the posters directly take an earlier publicity photo of Portman and incorporate it into the photo. Just in case you hadn't noticed it yourself.

Thursday, November 17, 2005

Updates to THIS site

Hey, look at that, I've actually got content up.

I apologize for being a bit late with the news posted below. Would you believe I did scour the news sites just a few days ago?

I've been letting my responsibilities for this site, and this blog, fall by the wayside, but rest assured, if movie news breaks it will be posted here. So once again I'd like to call on all you faceless masses (all four of you) to feel free to e-mail me with any news your find. I'm thinking it's time to start answering my Vendetta-related e-mails again.....

England Prevails.
(or Freedom! Forever! Whichever you prefer.)

Updates to Vendetta Movie Site

Again, a bit behind on this one, but there have been updates to the V for Vendetta movie site.

Firstly, you can download the trailer to your iPod.

Secondly, on Nov 5 the site created a whole section on Guy Fawkes

And, as I mentioned below, they've announced four new movie posters

New Movie Posters Released Online

A little behind the news--sorry about that--but new movie posters are appearing online, radically different from the ones released earlier this year. The styles are very much 1930'2 art-deco-ish, blatantly reminiscint of old propaganda posters of the early 20th century.

The four posters have been released on various sites, and supposedly will appear in theaters as of tomorrow, November 18. All the posters carry the tagline "Freedom Forever!" (Does this mean the studio has abandoned the "people shouldn't be afraid of governments...." tagline or is this a new facet of a multi-stage ad campaign?)

You can find the posters at:

Ain't It Cool News



MTV (presented in a piss-poor size compared to the other sites)

And then don't forget start lurking at E-bay for when the puppies start going up for bid.

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