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X-Men posters too good not to steal

I am in love with these X-Men III teaser posters that have been showing up around Manhattan, on bus kiosks and subway entrances and even on enormous billboards along the BQE. I can’t say that I’m a huge fan of fashion photography, but it’s the fact that these images (there are six in all) look like something out of a fashion magazine that they’re so intriguing to me. Or maybe it’s just that they’re so distinctive — they don’t look like any other movie ads out there, and so they stand out from the sea of movie-clutter that assaults you in a place like Manhattan, where there’s advertising absolutely everywhere. I did a double take the first time I saw one of these, and I can’t take my eyes off them when I see one now. They’re a really, really brilliant way to catch the eye.

I’m not the only one who thinks so: the posters are apparently being stolen at a rapid rate, and then they’re selling on eBay for a pretty penny.

But then I must juxtapose that with the knowledge, which I just acquired today, that the hacktacular “director” Brett Ratner has taken over the franchise from Bryan Singer, and now I’m very, very afraid for the film.

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  • David C

    Those really do look cool. The geek buzz for this movie has been mediocre-to-horrible (based mostly on the Ratner Factor), but they’re selling it well. The trailer looks good too.

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