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SPECTRE (2015) Movie Poster 2: IMAX Poster Calls Back to ‘Live And Let Die’

Spectre Imax Poster Arrives

Spectre IMAX Poster. With every recent James Bond release, there’s an IMAX poster as part of the marketing and promotion. This one, for Sam Mendes‘ Spectre (2015), is once again black and white and gorgeous.

The skull imagery is an homage to Live And Let Die (1973) and has already been seen in the various movie trailers for Spectre. This poster is grainy, devoid of color, and a beautiful one-sheet I’d love to have on my wall. The only colour peeping out comes from Daniel Craig‘s piercing blue eyes, and its a nice touch.

Take a look!

Spectre Imax Poster

According to Birth.Movies.Death, “That skull mask again! Sony and MGM are super into this visual! I love it; death’s head imagery in the 007 world goes all the way back to Ian Fleming’s dustjackets, and I like the way Skyfall‘s title sequence started folding it back into the franchise. It’s also one of many visual callbacks to Live and Let Die that seem to be sprinkled through SPECTRE.”

I can’t believe a new 2.5hr long James Bond film directed by Sam Mendes is being released in only three weeks. 3. A beautifully small number.

Spectre also stars Monica Bellucci, Dave Bautista, Rory Kinnear, Lea SeydouxAndrew Scott, Neve Gachev, Jesper Christensen, Naomie Harris, Ben Whishaw, and Christoph Waltz.

Spectre’s plot synopsis: “A cryptic message from Bond’s past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organization. While M battles political forces to keep the secret service alive, Bond peels back the layers of deceit to reveal the terrible truth behind SPECTRE.”

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Sources: Birth.Movies.Death

 

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Marco Margaritoff

I grew up in Hamburg to a German father and Ecuadorian mother. Obsessive student of film, Hip-Hop, and stand-up comedy. I love the dark dreambox that is the cinema auditorium. I love mountains and the ocean, but am equally exhilarated by the jungle of the city. I hope to one day create something that hits someone in the brain with thunderous effect.

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