New Inglourious Basterds Character Posters

Published 6 years ago by , Updated June 27th, 2013 at 3:08 pm,

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The posters, trailers and images for Quentin Tarantino’s Palme d’Or nominated, WWII film Inglourious Basterds really are shooting out at a rapid pace. In terms of posters, we’ve had nine already and today Empire has premiered four more to add to that list. They are separate character posters that expand on the International (Italian) poster we saw a few weeks ago. We have those four for you – plus the International one now in English!

The four new posters feature some of the main cast of Inglourious Basterds: Brad Pitt as Lt. Aldo Raine, Diane Kruger as Bridget Von Hammersmark, Christoph Waltz as Colonel Landa (who won Best Actor at Cannes for the role) and Melanie Laurent as Shosanna Dreyfus.

Strangely, Eli Roth and Til Schweiger, who were featured on the full character posters, don’t get their own character-centric posters here (though Diane Kruger and Mélanie Laurent sure do!). But I’d imagine we’ll see theirs sooner rather than later, though. Check out the English language version of the previously seen Italian poster, and the four new character centric posters below. Enjoy:

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  1. Kruger still looks amazing in this film.

  2. She does look amazing!

  3. Now here’s something I noticed.
    At the bottom where the film is proclaimed “An inglorious uproarious thrill ride of vengeance”
    Normally such proclamations are seen on a movie poster, but they’re a quote from a review someone did, with quotation marks around it and someone’s name attached.

    But in this case there are none, because the person calling this movie an uproarious thrill ride is….who? Tarantino? The movie itself?

    This movie is already INSISTING that it’s an amazing cinematic tour de force, and for me that’s an instant point against this movie.