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‘Moneyball’ poster

Posted by · 11:35 am · July 24th, 2011

I’m still in a bit of wait-and-see mode on “Moneyball.” It could be an awards play, it could just be a bit of bankability in the fall movie season, but I do dig the one-sheet that hit the net this week. The trailer hit last month. Check out the full poster after the jump.




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  • 1 7-24-2011 at 11:56 am

    Danny King said...

    I like the vibe of this poster much more than the one given off by the trailer.

  • 2 7-24-2011 at 12:57 pm

    Elazar said...

    Easily the best poster in quite a while. Such conciseness…

  • 3 7-24-2011 at 2:45 pm

    SJG said...

    I just followed the link to the trailer, which I hadn’t seen, and even though everyone seems to dislike the trailer, I have to admit that it looks watchable to me…. which is the absolute best I can say about a movie about effing baseball.

    This poster does an even better job of selling the movie to me. I might actually watch this

    …on DVD.

  • 4 7-24-2011 at 3:00 pm

    The Dude said...

    Maybe this is is because I’m a HUGE baseball fan, but I’m totally stoked for this movie. Between the trailer (which I thought looked great, unlike others) and this one-sheet, I’m optimistic that this will deliver. Plus, wasn’t Aaron Sorkin in charge of script re-writes for this when Soderbergh was dropped as director? Sorkin’s involvement just makes me anticipate this that much more.

  • 5 7-24-2011 at 9:50 pm

    colby said...

    This is possibly my most anticipated movie still to come out this year. Aaron Sorkin + Wally Pfister + Brad Pitt + Philip Seymor Hoffman + Baseball = yes, please. awesome. thank you.

  • 6 7-24-2011 at 10:37 pm

    Dana Jones said...

    Ha, I love how Pitt’s name nearly overtakes the title of the film.

  • 7 7-25-2011 at 5:18 am

    Eunice said...

    I agree. This is easily one of the best posters in recent years. Love the angle they used. It was pretty ballsy to leave so much space at the bottom, but I think it paid off.