This one reminds of the HBO series, True Blood:
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In the Book of Eli drawings, is that big bald guy in the background of the first one supposed to be the chracter Ray Stevenson play? That’ll be weird…
About Let Me In, the first one is kind of interesting in that they made the point of having the footprints of the boy but not of the girl. Not sure of the rest though…
The very idea of american remake of Let the right one in makes me vomit
Yah it’s worse because it’s american not because it’s a remake…
Denzel Washington and Gary Oldman in the same film? I’m sold.
@Ken J Didn’t notice the footprints. I guess I should cancel starting that private investigation business.
I like that poster on page 3 for “Let Me In”.
I don’t see why people keep whining about remakes…its not like it affects the original in ANYWAY. If you don’t like then don’t see it…go watch the original.
It affects the original simply because, at least in the US, it’s going to overshadow the original. More people are going to want to watch an english speaking film over reading subs. That’s the mentality behind making this remake in the first place. They want to piggyback on a good story by dumbing it down for mass audiences.
That said, the first poster is very cool.
Ray Stevenson is awesome! Can’t wait to see Book of Eli!
Let me get this straight. They didn’t want to do the remake with the title “Let the Right One In” because they said the title was too long. Yet, on nearly every poster they actually the title of the original film on it. Ugh. Hypocrits.
oops, I meant “…they actually HAVE the title of the original film on it….”