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New Posters For 'Blue Is The Warmest Color' & Spike Lee's 'Oldboy'

by Kevin Jagernauth
September 20, 2013 5:25 PM
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Blue Is The Warmest Color

Sex and violence—two extreme reactions to extreme emotions, and thus, they link this quick round-up of new posters for two highly anticipated films.

First up, the Palme d'Or-winning "Blue Is The Warmest Color" gets two new international one-sheets, that are simple, artful designs that rightfully put the romance front and center. You already known that Lea Seydoux and Adèle Exarchopoulos star in the Abdellatif Kechiche-directed film that spans three hours, depicting the every corner of the relationship between two young women, which yes, includes sex, but also, so much more. 

Meanwhile, Spike Lee's "Oldboy" will try to at least match the twisted brilliance of Park Chan-wook's original, with Josh Brolin in the lead. After 20 years spent being mysteriously locked up, a man is just as mysteriously set free, and vows to track down whoever put him away in the first place. And this gets pretty bloody and surreal...

'Warmest' arrives on October 25th, with "Oldboy" a month later on November 27th. [IMPA/Comic Book Movie]

Blue Is The Warmest Color Poster
Blue Is The Warmest Color Poster
Oldboy Poster

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  • ART | September 21, 2013 8:34 AMReply

    Seydoux's two expressions in both posters are very subtle but different. In the American one she looks more pained, even hurt, while in the French one (which is one you could totally hang on your home as it looks like a beautiful piece of pop art) she seems to be in full ecstasy, closing her eyes and not moving, waiting for the touch of Exarchopoulos.

  • sam | September 21, 2013 8:07 PM

    the French one was done by artist Karine Savard for the Quebec release.

  • a.p | September 20, 2013 8:55 PMReply

    The new Blue is the Warmest Color poster is so much better than the french one...

  • John | September 20, 2013 8:50 PMReply

    Oldboy not credited as A Spike Lee Joint? i wonder if this is an international poster or did he not get his typically phrased credit here?

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