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Five sexy secrets revealed in close-ups of the new Spectre poster

Posted by Ali Gray at 22:40 on 17 Mar 2015
Five sexy secrets revealed in close-ups of the new Spectre poster
By now you've probably already seen the teaser poster for Spectre, complained about how it's just a picture of a man standing up wearing clothes and moved on with your life. But did you really look at it? Because if you really look at it hard enough, so hard your eyes start to hurt, then you'll find a number of sexy secrets that you'll definitely want to share with your friends so the article goes viral.

Keith Lemon has apparently joined The Avengers

Posted by Ali Gray at 10:30 on 14 Mar 2015
Keith Lemon has apparently joined The Avengers
"Proper moist," he said in a statement. Or is that the other one. They're all awful. GO AWAY.

New Hitman poster makes excellent use of unnecessary helicopters

Posted by Ali Gray at 22:20 on 02 Mar 2015
New Hitman poster makes excellent use of unnecessary helicopters
Good on Hitman: Agent 47 for keeping the trend of unnecessary helicopters in low-quality action movie posters alive and well.

Russell Crowe to play new Bond villain, GoldenEar

Posted by Ali Gray at 21:15 on 19 Feb 2015
Russell Crowe to play new Bond villain, GoldenEar
Unfortunately, Russell volunteered to sing the theme tune, too. (Poster for Russ's new movie, The Water Diviner, courtesy of IMPawards.com).

Opinion piece: Why the Academy are racist for snubbing Selma

Posted by Steve The Intern at 13:00 on 18 Jan 2015
Opinion piece: Why the Academy are racist for snubbing Selma
Guests of the Academy - overwhelmingly white, overwhelmingly male - took their seats at the opulent Dolby Theater in California to witness the announcement of the nominations for the 77th Oscars. When they were over, they continued chewing on their steaks and clinking their champagne glasses, oblivious to the racism hanging heavy in the air: Ava DuVernay's astonishing drama Selma, a biopic of Martin Luther King, had been snubbed - proof positive once and for all that the Academy is institutionally racist.

If 2015's Oscar-nominated movie posters told the truth

Posted by Ali Gray, Matt Looker, Ed Williamson, Luke Whiston, Becky Mather at 14:00 on 15 Jan 2015
If 2015's Oscar-nominated movie posters told the truth
Shut up everyone, the Oscar nominations have been announced! No one cares about your new haircut, Janice! As is customary around these parts, it's impossible for us to comment on a news item without making some sort of crudely Photoshopped picture, so we decided to make new posters for the nominees that tell you what you can really expect.

Rollover for a more accurate version of Jason Statham's Wild Card poster

Posted by TheShiznit.co.uk at 13:00 on 16 Dec 2014
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He just doesn't give a fork. (Pic from IMPawards.com).

This poster for Unfinished Business is just the WOOO-OOORST

Posted by TheShiznit.co.uk at 23:55 on 08 Dec 2014
This poster for Unfinished Business is just the WOOO-OOORST
I'm not even sure what they're getting at. Are they calling Vince Vaughn a dickhead? Let's go with that.

Eight posters for The Equalizer, each more boring than the last

Posted by Ali Gray at 23:30 on 08 Sep 2014
Eight posters for The Equalizer, each more boring than the last
It's September, the month when Hollywood lets out a 30-day yawn. Denzel Washington's action thriller The Equalizer is probably the largest studio release this month, but you wouldn't know it to look at its posters: a series of eight one-sheets that feature Denzel Washington, your dad's clothes, a gun and no excitement whatsoever. Can it hurry up and be Halloween soon please?
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