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Unused Jumper poster

03.19.2008
Chuck Anderson was commissioned to do a couple of poster designs for Doug Liman's JUMPER, which unfortunately went unused. There's 4 of them in total, which you can check out over HERE, and why unfortunate? Because the last two are pretty freaking sweet. There was nothing wrong with the generic type poster that the studio eventually went with, but the Anderson one BELOW looks a lot different to the usual stuff we get. It would've been cool to see it in cinemas.

Still, it's not like there's anything to be sorry about, it was officially confirmed last week that JUMPER had made more money than actually exists. True story; people in Asia have been bartering kitchen appliances and/or relatives to see the movie. Mothers-in-law have reportedly been the most popularly traded, but we await the official statistics.



Also, in case you were wondering, in the industry they call that position 'the Tony Jaa'.
Extra Tidbit: Surprisingly, that was not really a true story.
Source: /Film

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2:16AM on 03/20/2008
i dont really care for those posters, i actually liked the ones they used

i also liked the movie, the concept was really cool (sure it could have been better but i enjoyed it)
i dont really care for those posters, i actually liked the ones they used

i also liked the movie, the concept was really cool (sure it could have been better but i enjoyed it)
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10:55PM on 03/19/2008

Dear...God...

Can't..*cough*..stop..*gasp*..laughing!

Seriously, can anyone really not understand why these weren't used? Really? It's like a frickin' intergalactic Nike ad or something.

I liked the movie just fine for a matinee. Wasn't great, wasn't awful. I'm starting to think that people here need to watch more Uwe Boll films so they can really tell the difference between 'alright' or 'so-so' films and really, really shitty ones...
Can't..*cough*..stop..*gasp*..laughing!

Seriously, can anyone really not understand why these weren't used? Really? It's like a frickin' intergalactic Nike ad or something.

I liked the movie just fine for a matinee. Wasn't great, wasn't awful. I'm starting to think that people here need to watch more Uwe Boll films so they can really tell the difference between 'alright' or 'so-so' films and really, really shitty ones...
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7:18PM on 03/19/2008
sucks the movie was awful
sucks the movie was awful
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5:50PM on 03/19/2008
meh, those posters were pretty lame. more like conceptual artwork for how the teleporting might've looked. but for a movie's one-sheet, no thanks.
meh, those posters were pretty lame. more like conceptual artwork for how the teleporting might've looked. but for a movie's one-sheet, no thanks.
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1:03PM on 03/19/2008
it is not just you. yuck.
it is not just you. yuck.
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12:50PM on 03/19/2008
Is it just me, or does it look like he's having some sort of cosmic orgasm here? :P
Is it just me, or does it look like he's having some sort of cosmic orgasm here? :P
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12:44PM on 03/19/2008
Those posters suck...
Those posters suck...
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12:41PM on 03/19/2008

Hmm..

Movie sucked.

And that poster sorta reminds me of the Lupe Fiasco cd cover.
Movie sucked.

And that poster sorta reminds me of the Lupe Fiasco cd cover.
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12:06PM on 03/19/2008
Too bad the movie sucked.
Too bad the movie sucked.
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