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Good news if you like ridiculously artificial-looking worlds spattered in vivid reds: there are some new posters for Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel and Robert Rodriguez’s Sin City sequel, A Dame To Kill For. Have a look below, but first know that the Grand Budapest one is a motion poster. Don’t let the movement and sound panic and frighten you.
Question by InsertName: are officially released theatrical movie posters copyright free?
okay I want to know if a movie releases to the media a theatrical movie poster does this make it copyright free. I’ve noticed thousands of websites/merchants are using the poster on their websites/merchandise but only the released movie poster images so I am wondering if that then makes them copyright free? I’ve googled this to death and can’t find specifically if it says it is still copyright protected or not
Answer by dobberx
Of course they are copyrighted protected.
They are somebody’s (or a company’s) artistic work product.
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1. These should be bubble gum-pack trading cards.
2. Should that happen, I will trade you four Anchorman Renners for a Perm Cooper.
‘American Hustle’ Poster Debut [Moviefone]
Hey, looking at these rectangles reminds me of upcoming movies! We should continue this investigation inside…
From Yahoo, here’s the first Ender’s Game poster. You have to flip it over for Orson Scott Card’s anti-gay rights manifesto.
“It will start like any other day,” teases the first poster for White House Down. This is especially true if one starts their day by watching Olympus Has Fallen.
Just in case the last trailer left you with any doubt as to whether it’s Brad Pitt or helicopters and jeeps and shit that are World War Z‘s truest star…
And here’s the latest Pacific Rim poster, featuring the mecha suit the Japanese device to fight the film’s giant monsters. Of course theirs has a codpiece.
Well, you can throw out all your dumb, stupid posters for this year’s Oscar nominees, because here come some better ones. Like Gallery1988 did earlier in the month, Mondo is releasing some designer prints based on the latest crop of Academy Award contenders, and they’ll be available for sale here starting Sunday. Right now, they’ve only revealed designs for ParaNorman, Les Misérables, and The Master (latter two below), but more will reportedly show up for order during the Oscar telecast, and as you can tell from the current batch, Mondo is thankfully taking cues from more than just the Best Picture category. So there’s still a chance for a poster inspired by Naomi Watts in The Impossible. Hope lives.
Good news if you like Edgar Wright action-comedies, giant robot mechs, drawings of Arnold looking extremely Arnold-like, and/or sorrowfully cherubic faces staring at you like you’re their last hope in the world: only one of those things is really that weird to specify liking! Also, now you can see all those things in poster form below.
From The Huffington Post and Moviefone, here are the first posters for Identify Thief, the plainly-titled film in which Melissa McCarthy plays the title role as a shopaholic living high off the stolen financial life of Bateman’s Sandy Bigelow Patterson. Sounds like a pretty simple, familiar premise, but hopefully it will have a funnier ending than The Talented Mr. Ripley.
Directed by Horrible Bosses‘ Seth Gordon, the comedy hits theaters February 8.