True Grit – Charakterposter


It’s poster time. Sehr schicke Poster zur Coen-Neuadaption von “True Grit”, nach dem Klick gibt es die einzelnen Charaktermotive.


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Rajko Burchardt mein es gut mit den Menschen. Die Spielwiese des Bayerischen Rundfunks nannte ihn vielleicht auch deshalb "einen der bekanntesten Entertainment-Blogger Deutschlands".

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  1. burns

    Zumindest auf “ihrem” Poster hätte man ja nun doch Hailee Steinfelds Namen hinterlassen dürfen…

  2. Steini

    Das stimmt wohl, ansonsten finde ich die Poster sehr gelungen, ist wohl der Film auf den ich mich in nächster Zeit am meisten freue.

  3. Arno Nym

    Also die Buchstaben sind ja irgendwie sehr lieblos draufgeklatscht. Ansonsten ganz nett. Als Coen-Jünger und Western Fan freue ich mich aber riesig auf den Film.

  4. The Director

    DAS sind Poster. Juhuuu! Coen Brüder Western… PENG PENG PENG! PIUCH PIUCH!

  5. the third

    saugeil!!!!! mehr fällt mir nicht ein

  6. sympozium

    also, die character-poster sind sau stark! gute kombi mit der typo. auf dem filmposter funktioniert das leider nicht so gut.

    egal. coen western! wohooooo!

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