New Inglourious Basterds Character Posters

Published 6 years ago by , Updated June 27th, 2013 at 3:08 pm,
inglourious basterds new poster5 New Inglourious Basterds Character Posters

Christoph Waltz is Colonel Landa, "The Jew Hunter"

Although I enjoy seeing all of these posters, images and trailers for Inglourious Basterds, they’re not entirely necessary – I’m already sold, the movie already has my money. In fact, it had my money ever since Tarantino announced he was going to be writing a war movie years and years ago. Nonetheless, I think these posters are very cool – I like the double use of the characters, in figure form standing there, and again behind them, like they’re painted on a wall. And the white, blank-style background really makes it stand out.

If you’re not already sold on Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds by this point, then I don’t really know what these posters can do to convince you. Either way, what do you make of them?

Inglourious Basterds is slated for an August 21st, 2009 release.

Source: Empire

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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.