Anyone would’ve assumed that whenever talking of The Great Gatsby the first image that would come to mind would be that of well, Jay Gatsby. Leave it to the brilliant genius that is Baz Luhrmann to reveal that the focus of his attention will in fact be Daisy, played in his movie by the astonishing Carey Mulligan. Here’s the thing, Carey has one of those faces that inspire awws and heart shaped gestures, however she has never felt like a true “woman” in the sense that her ethereal beauty rarely allows her to become a fully sexual being. The Carey we are presented in this poster though has a different pair of eyes (kudos to the makeup department as this will surely be yet another Baz beauty extravaganza) eyes that seem wiser. However the real question is why did Baz choose to hide Leo’s unarguably more recognizable face?
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Where we take a look at posters for upcoming features.
What is it about George Clooney and posters that just screams perfection? This one-sheet for his newest directorial effort not only borrows ideas from Time magazine iconic covers, it also creates a creepily attractive creature half-Clooney, half-Gosling that tempts and scares us.
Have you seen the promotional shot for the film that shows Clooney in an Obama-esque poster? This movie sure brims with promise, doesn’t it?
Director: Seth Gordon
Cast: Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis, Charlie Day
Kevin Spacey, Colin Farrell, Jennifer Aniston
Julie Bowen, Jamie Foxx
Since time immemorial, humans have rebelled against authority figures or despotic members of their hierarchy. From entire countries and cruel monarchs, the arrival of seemingly uniform democracy made it tougher for those in power to abuse their subjects, which is why this model is now mostly used in two places: school and work.
These are the two instances when not even being right gives you any benefit, how can you argue first, with a system that will give you and education and provide a job, and then with the very workplace you were trained to excel at?