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August 26, 2009

Unused Inglorious Basterds Poster Online

— Posted by Rodney

Inglorious Basterds had some really great posters out during its publicity run, however today we trip over a poster they chose NOT to use.

I really like this painted style, and it reminds me of old Indiana Jones posters or Star Wars. Maybe a little Big Trouble Little China.

However as much as I like the poster, I am glad they didn’t use it. I think the existing posters fit the look and feel of the trailers much better.


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