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Argentinian poster for Anne Hathaway's Colossal is the best poster yet

04.25.2017by: Mike Sprague
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We've seen a lot of publicity come our way from the Anne Hathaway-starring monster-movie/mumblecore flick COLOSSAL from director Nacho Vigalondo. Including a VERY pink poster that was (kinda) cool. You can peep said poster below and decide which you think is cooler.

By that I mean you can choose between the pink-ass poster with the toy Gremlin or this new Argentinian poster that, truth be told, is the only bit of publicity released so far from the flick that made me go, "Oh, hey, maybe I should check this out."

That and the flick stars Dan Stevens, who I was an instant fan of after peeping the Adam Wingard/Simon Barrett throwback action flick THE GUEST a few years ago. You can check out both posters below and let us know which poster you like more.

COLOSSAL stars Anne Hathaway as 

Gloria, an alcoholic who returns to her hometown after her big city life is washed away by a steady stream of boozy nights and hung-over days. Once there, she reconnects with old friend Oscar but continues to struggle with her self-destructive tendencies, even more so when she discovers that said tendencies are resulting in actual destruction. Somehow, Gloria shares a mental link with a towering creature that’s currently rampaging through Seoul, and she can only control the beast by controlling herself.

COLOSSAL stars Anne Hathaway, Jason Sudeikis, Dan Stevens, Austin Stowell, and Tim Blake Nelson. The film is currently playing in select theaters.

As with all COLOSSAL posts, this was all an elaborate ruse to post pics of Anne Hathaway
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8:54PM on 04/25/2017
Potentially, these subtexts are unintentional. However, I notice that the Argentinian poster has Gloria's head at the creature's crotch and that the American poster includes a middle finger. Both images are potentially sexualized. Or, perhaps, they are not intentionally so. People will have to see the movie to determine whether the promotional materials connect thematically to the movie's plot. I could simply have a dirty mind.
Potentially, these subtexts are unintentional. However, I notice that the Argentinian poster has Gloria's head at the creature's crotch and that the American poster includes a middle finger. Both images are potentially sexualized. Or, perhaps, they are not intentionally so. People will have to see the movie to determine whether the promotional materials connect thematically to the movie's plot. I could simply have a dirty mind.
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