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Che, Angels and Demons and the Spirit – Posted

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This week we have three interesting movies with three interesting posters, from comic adaptation to sequel to the story of Che Guevara.

First up is Che starring Benecio Del Toro as the revolutionary Che Guevara. Che is actually two films both shot by Steven Soderbergh megerd into one movie and was shown earlier this year at Cannes with a lengthy running time of roughly 4 hours. When Che hits the theatres you can expect to see it split as origionally intended into two separate movies. First up is The Argentine due to be released in January and the second, Guerlilla is due to be released shortly after. Ignore the rather unispiring posters these two movies have great potential, with Steven Sodonbury in charge and a story as intereting as Che Guevara ill definitely be watching.

Angels and Demons is another movie we’ve covered recently but this is the first time we’ve shown the full size poster, and while it gives little away about the movie it’s still got a gothic brooding design, which I’m sure will later be replaced with a more Hollywood poster style. If you want to read more about Angels and Demons, the upcoming sequel to the Da Vinci Code you can check it out here.

Finally we have Frank Millers first full directorial debut with his comic adaptation, The Spirit. For anyone who’s seen Sin City you will have a good idea of how the spirit is going to look, and it’s got an interesting cast including Gabriel Macht in the title role along with Samuel Jackson, Scarlett Johansson and Eva Mendes lending support. With a stylish poster, we would expect no less from a Frank Miller movie and we get no less. Again it was only recently we talked about The Spirit here at Movies Illustrated, you can take a look at some of the recent news and a link to the official trailer here.

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Article by - Alan Dalton

Posted on - October 18th, 2008

Source - impa awards

Categories: Main Movie Feature Posted
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