‘The Tempest’ poster

Posted by · 1:50 pm · August 11th, 2010

“The Tempest” is a title we’ve been waiting for for some time.  It wasn’t ready last year and the back and forth with Miramax raised more questions, but slowly, surely, it’s coming down the pike.  We all know Sandy Powell’s costumes will be marvelous.  I hear Elliot Goldenthal’s score is remarkable.  If nothing else, it’ll surely be another imaginative head trip from director Julie Taymor.  The poster has hit, courtesy of Yahoo! Movies.  Check it out after the jump.

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  • 1 8-11-2010 at 2:04 pm

    Bjorn said...

    That looks kinda awesome.
    Recalling Sandy Powell’s Oscar speech last ceremony, it would be hilarious if she’d win again for The Tempest. Wonder what she would say.

  • 2 8-11-2010 at 2:05 pm

    Tye-Grr said...

    I really like that poster! I kinda want to put that in my room, haha.

  • 3 8-11-2010 at 2:48 pm

    Richard Burton said...

    A segmented poster for a film that will surely be as disjointed as Taylor’s previous efforts. Oh well. At least this didn’t languish in production hell like Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. I’d rather get this forgettable mess out of the way.

  • 4 8-11-2010 at 3:19 pm

    /3rtfu11 said...

    Is the late in life career resurgence for Helen Mirren comparable to Jessica Tandy?

  • 5 8-11-2010 at 3:21 pm

    Andrew F said...

    I love me some Julie Taylor! So excited for this. Sure, “Across the Universe” was a mess, but what an imaginative mess it was. Bring on the weirdness!

  • 6 8-11-2010 at 3:36 pm

    Guy Lodge said...

    /3rtfu11: Mirren isn’t that old. And I’d say her career has been pretty consistent throughout.

  • 7 8-11-2010 at 3:45 pm

    Ivan said...

    Definitely Across the Universe was one of the best works of Taymor.
    Not only the costumes and the astonishing production design but the breakthrough performances of Jim Sturgess and Joe Anderson.
    In my personal ballot she was in the top five of 2007 alongside P. T. Anderson, Julian Schnabel, Sean Penn and Todd Haynes.

  • 8 8-11-2010 at 3:52 pm

    Ivan said...

    Top 10 Helen Mirren´s Performances

    3. THE QUEEN
    5. ELIZABETH I tv

  • 9 8-11-2010 at 6:49 pm

    Glenn said...

    If this is as good as “Titus” then I will happy. Not many others will be happy, but I will.

  • 10 8-11-2010 at 9:32 pm

    The Dude said...

    I’m actually really really REALLY diggin’ that poster. I’m not usually a fan of the segmented-scenes look that some posters have, but this one does it in a way that looks quite good.

    I have yet to like any of Taymor’s movies, but there are instances of greatness in each of her features. I think, eventually, she’ll hit all the right notes and hit a home run. Will this be it? We’ll see…

  • 11 8-11-2010 at 11:43 pm

    Dooby said...

    This looks beautiful, I’m quite excited to see it – the cast is amazing!

  • 12 8-12-2010 at 12:57 am

    Alex in Movieland said...

    the first segment of the poster really intrigues me. could the film also have a dark side, with visual effects and everything?!

    intriguing indeed.

  • 13 8-12-2010 at 2:26 pm

    MovieMan said...

    I saw neither “Titus” or “Frida,” but I was no fan of “Across the Universe.” Shoot me, but I just can’t get too excited about this one…

    Good poster, though.

  • 14 8-12-2010 at 5:23 pm

    Adrianna said...

    Is that Ben Whishaw as Ariel in the top 1/3 of the poster?

  • 15 8-12-2010 at 8:25 pm

    Tony said...

    I’m wondering too who that is in the top 1/3 of the poster. Love me some Ben Whishaw – especially after seeing Bright Star.

    Can’t wait for this movie as i absolutely LOVED Titus.

  • 16 8-15-2010 at 7:14 am

    Alex said...

    Bash Across the Universe all you want, it was an utter mess. There were certain elements of the film however that should have warranted a higher level of attention.

    I love Frida and Titus, especially Titus though. Taymor really proved the timelessness of Shakespeare’s words through the unique re-imagining she gave us.

    Doubtless The Tempest will receive a warmer reception than what Titus saw, and more recognition for its merits.