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Let Me In Promotional Posters

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The promotion machine has begun for the Matt Reeves remake or re-interoperation of Let the Right One In. Three Let Me In promo posters have been released and I say promo because no cast members have been confirmed yet. Casting is under way but no one has been officially announced yet so the two pre-teens in the one of the Let Me In promo posters are not the actors playing the two key parts in John Ajvide Lindqvist’s beautiful tale. Check out the posters below and leave your thoughts on them below.

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Source: FirstShowingSlashFilm

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  • cinebrooding

    i wonder why whoever made this decided to make the boy a brunette.

  • Because of the dark tone of the story I guess.

  • cinebrooding

    i just meant in the original he was blonde.

  • Are you talking about the book or the film: Let the Right One In?

  • cinebrooding

    the film let the right one in

  • I agree. The contrast between his blond hair and her dark hair was good.

  • civanyi

    Why re-make this when the original is a gem of a movie?!
    One can only expect the worst, overly amped up soundtrack,
    with an over use of visual effects, and a lot more blood and bone.
    The heart of the original film — which is a haunting coming of age
    story — will be lost in the mire.

  • My thoughts exactly. I was sent a screener of this and still went to see it in theater.

    “One can only expect the worst, overly amped up soundtrack,
    with an over use of visual effects, and a lot more blood and bone.”

    Oh, you mean it will be turned into a Hollywood horror film e.g. Twilight.

  • mattzio

    FYI.. This is a re-adaptation of the original novel. NOT just a movie remake. I'm pretty excited to see Matt Reeves' take on a great book. If you take time to read the book, you'll see that Let The Right One In wasn't completely true to the novel. There is room for change. I, personally, can't wait to check it out.

  • I read the first chapter of Let the Right One In in Barnes and Noble. You're right, there is room for change, especially the foreshadowing in the beginning of the book. I'm looking forward to finishing it. I hope Reeves is able to pull a rabbit out of his hat. If not, there is always the first adaptation.

  • mattzio

    FYI.. This is a re-adaptation of the original novel. NOT just a movie remake. I'm pretty excited to see Matt Reeves' take on a great book. If you take time to read the book, you'll see that Let The Right One In wasn't completely true to the novel. There is room for change. I, personally, can't wait to check it out.

  • I read the first chapter of Let the Right One In in Barnes and Noble. You're right, there is room for change, especially the foreshadowing in the beginning of the book. I'm looking forward to finishing it. I hope Reeves is able to pull a rabbit out of his hat. If not, there is always the first adaptation.

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