Movie Poster Roundup: ‘Scream 4′, ‘Priest’, ‘Dylan Dog’ & More

Published 4 years ago by , Updated March 3rd, 2014 at 7:06 am,

The Greatest Movie Ever Sold

Documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock shifts his attention from the world of fast-food chains (Super Size Me) and terrorist organizations (Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden?) to that of Hollywood’s predisposition for product placement with The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, which was picked up earlier this year at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.

Here’s the gist of Spurlock’s latest project:

‘The Greatest Movie Ever Sold’ unmasks the marketing process to bring audiences behind closed doors directly into the pitch meetings and marketing presentations which ultimately inform our everyday entertainment decisions. Sponsors were provided with brand category exclusivity. Each of the brands represented in the film have sponsorship arrangements with Spurlock, placing him front and center in their brand campaigns and advertisements, both on and off-line. Partners have the unique right to promote themselves in association with Spurlock and the film as “The Greatest.” The agreements also stipulate that Spurlock maintains creative control of the film’s content and final edit.

Spurlock’s earned a reputation over the years for delivering real-life cinematic adventures that feature attention-grabbing subject matter – and yet he’s a surprisingly thoughtful documentarian, in terms of his approach. The Greatest Movie Ever Sold was well received at this year’s Sundance fest, so hopefully it’ll go over well with more casual moviegoers also.

Check out the poster for The Greatest Movie Ever Sold (via Yahoo! Movies) below:

The Greatest Movie Ever Sold poster Movie Poster Roundup: Scream 4, Priest, Dylan Dog & More

Hop arrives in theaters next month on April 1st, followed by Scream 4 on April 15th, Dylan Dog: Dead of Night on April 29th, and Priest on May 13th.

The Greatest Movie Ever Sold will begin a limited release in NY/LA next month on April 22nd.

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  1. I see David Arquette in his police uniform… Isn’t his character supposed to be permanently crippled/ severly disabled from being stabbed in every movie?

  2. CRAP!!!!!!! in all other scream posters, the survivors were in the back. Does this mean that Sid is a victim? And Emma Roberts and two others will survive? I want kirby to survive. She’s hot

    • @John036 Well remember for the Scream 3 poster Sidney was in the front and she still survived so you can’t really make an assumption at this point. But if you end up being right I’ll be devastated because SId is awesome!! hahaha :)

  3. Personally feel like the Scream poster is lacking compared to the rest.

    • I agree. It looks like the past three films posters. They should try something different.

  4. Finally Superman takes on Doomsday (The real Superman) not some Britt

  5. Is this another country’s poster? Words aren’t in english. I don’t mind really since its the beginning of a new trilogy.

  6. The Dylan Dog movie looks fun. Not really interested in any of the other ones.