The 13 Best Movie Posters Of 2013
Millions of dollars are spent on ad campaigns to get us into theater seats. While most posters are forgettable, h ere are the ones that went above and beyond to break the mold and capture our attention this year.1. "Spring Breakers"
There was the typical girls-in-bikinis ad for this movie. Then there was this trippy psychedelic one. Know who your audience is and make the poster feel like an all-out rager.
A242. "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues"
While there were promotional posters highlighting the entire team in New York City, this poster highlighting Ron Burgundy's instantaneously recognizable mustache was genius. Outside Madison Square Garden in NYC there was a giant ad up with a 3D mustache for added effect.
3. "Side Effects"
How do you market a psychological thriller starring Jude Law and Rooney Mara? Make the entire poster look like a subscription. It's not perfect — we may have checked off all the actor's names and would have substituted something else for expiration date since Feb. 8 was the film's release date — but it's still cool.
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You may not have cared for the fifth installment of the film, but you can't go wrong with the film's poster.