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Breaking Dawn uses nature photography for its first poster

05.25.2011

I think the creative team behind BREAKING DAWN, the last films in the TWILIGHT saga, are getting so cocky that when designing this first poster for the film, they just said, "fuck it," and used their grandma's desktop wallpaper. I expected to see some combo of the film's stars nuzzling each other but just some evening clouds and the tips of some evergreens. OK. Does it matter? No? Of course not. I actually kinda like this poster for what it's worth.

In other BREAKING DAWN news, the trailer will debut on June 5th during the MTV Movie Awards and will be online shortly thereafter. Check out the new poster below and get yourself excited.

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9:40AM on 05/25/2011

Actually this poster represents the entire Twilight series...

Boring, without substance, up in the clouds, bland, unoriginal, simple, lazy and pointless.
Boring, without substance, up in the clouds, bland, unoriginal, simple, lazy and pointless.
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7:49PM on 05/25/2011
You speak my mind.
You speak my mind.
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9:44AM on 05/25/2011

I know I'll get flamed for this...

...and I dislike Twilight as much as the next guy. But, the only thing I enjoyed about the films are those pine trees. It's the best thing about their decision to film in the Northern states of America. All these lush, evergreen trees. They're more interesting than pretty much all the actors around them. So it's nice to see them make an appearance here. However silhouetted and almost completely cropped. GO TREES!
...and I dislike Twilight as much as the next guy. But, the only thing I enjoyed about the films are those pine trees. It's the best thing about their decision to film in the Northern states of America. All these lush, evergreen trees. They're more interesting than pretty much all the actors around them. So it's nice to see them make an appearance here. However silhouetted and almost completely cropped. GO TREES!
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9:54AM on 05/25/2011
I'll take the literal breaking dawn and northwestern pine trees over vapid photoshopped pics of the actors any day. Eclipse had some of the worst posters of any movie, Twilight or otherwise. So yay minimalism!
I'll take the literal breaking dawn and northwestern pine trees over vapid photoshopped pics of the actors any day. Eclipse had some of the worst posters of any movie, Twilight or otherwise. So yay minimalism!
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10:58AM on 05/25/2011
fuck you twilight
fuck you twilight
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11:01AM on 05/25/2011
I I GET IT BECAUSE DAWN IS BREAKING IN THE POSTER AND THE MOVIE IS CALLED BREAKING DAWN.
I I GET IT BECAUSE DAWN IS BREAKING IN THE POSTER AND THE MOVIE IS CALLED BREAKING DAWN.
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11:43AM on 05/25/2011
This poster is already superior by default, for the fact that I don't have to look at those douchebags's faces!
This poster is already superior by default, for the fact that I don't have to look at those douchebags's faces!
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1:17PM on 05/25/2011

The only mind Edward cannot read is Bella's. That is because Bella thinks about Chuck Norris.

Bella Swan, a role which, as originally written, requires her to do little more than be a hollow
vessel into which pre-pubescent girls and lonely menopausal cat ladies can insert their own
personality while Stephenie Meyer describes the way the afternoon light sparkles off of Edward
Cullen's muscular, sparkling vampire pubes for 1200 pages
Bella Swan, a role which, as originally written, requires her to do little more than be a hollow
vessel into which pre-pubescent girls and lonely menopausal cat ladies can insert their own
personality while Stephenie Meyer describes the way the afternoon light sparkles off of Edward
Cullen's muscular, sparkling vampire pubes for 1200 pages
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2:46PM on 05/25/2011

I agree with Calum666

The trees are the one consistently interesting part of these movies and are surprisingly less wooden than the actors.
The trees are the one consistently interesting part of these movies and are surprisingly less wooden than the actors.
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