New Intimidating District 9 Poster

Published 6 years ago by

Why can’t we all just get along?

It seems that the marketing is really gearing up for the upcoming Peter Jackson-Neill Blomkamp sci-fi film, District 9. We finally saw a full length trailer that debuted last week online and alongside X-Men Origins: Wolverine in theaters, as well as some more viral marketing with an updated version of that trailer.

Adding to that, today we have a brand new poster for District 9 and it features an alien-themed target littered with bullet holes. Poor aliens, they just want to get home – at least, that’s what that one alien-insect dude said in the interview which was revealed in the uncensored version of the trailer. That’s a must-see by the way, if you haven’t already.

Here’s the poster:

district 9 poster 2 New Intimidating District 9 Poster

It’s a pretty cool poster and I like seeing the ship in the background. As for the movie, I’m cheering for the Aliens!

This movie looks awesome and it’s not relying on a brand-name by being a prequel/sequel/spinoff/reboot or a bunch of A-list actors. Realism, originality and a super-interesting idea are their selling points. We all must support original films, they are a dying breed.

Do you dig the new poster?

District 9 opens for all humans only August 2009

Source: Yahoo!

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  1. This movie looks pretty interesting. I’ll definitely see this.

  2. Yeah it does look to be a good movie

  3. It does look cool but the thing that bugs me from the latest trailer is the old “aliens, misunderstood; humans, bad.”

    Whatever happened to “To Serve Man?” 8-)


  4. That’s the new fad, we’re the bad guys, lol.

  5. Hell, i’ll give anything a chance as long as it isn’t another bloody remake!

  6. Good point Michael. I would rather see this then, A-Team or Karate Kid.

    Btw, never trust any alien ! :-)

  7. stupid, racist, humans! lol

    looks like a masterpiece is on the way.

  8. The logic of wanting to know more about advanced weapons is a sound one anyhow. Imagine if Cuba all of a sudden developed a weapon that can blow up the entire United States in one blow and is not detectable when launched. If Cuba “promises” they have no ill harm and will not use it on us, should we just sit back and be complacent and say “alright, I guess everything is ok” and not try to find out more about that weapon?

    I guess if this was Star Trek The Next Generation that would be the accepted mindset, but in real life complacency kills…