It's a striking visual image, though the characters appear a little bit "photoshopped" to me...
I am becoming increasingly convinced that Inception is my movie soulmate. Love everything I've seen so far. New poster does not disappoint. Can't wait for new trailer (and of course, the movie itself).
The question is...does it put out enough to relationship material?
Terrible joke aside...the trailer hits with Iron Man 2, so give or take a day, it's going to be on the blog next Friday.
Is that official, Joey? Cause if it is, no matter how "Iron Man 2" turns out, the $15 ticket will be worth the price...
I have heard strong rumors to its validity. Trailers are never 100% the same everywhere (sometimes projectionists take them out, even), but all indications point to Inception's new trailer being attached to Iron Man 2.
Also, where are you lucky enough to only pay 15 bucks for a ticket? haha
Yea, but it is in the Cineramadome at Arclight Hollywood, so it's going to be worth the price anyway (even though it's still too high)...
Hey, I pay almost that in Brooklyn or Manhattan, so I know the pain.
Does the shape of the dome not bother you, Josh?Whenever I see things in it, I keep getting distracted and pulled out of the film. Last thing I saw in the dome was 3:10 To Yuma and I didn't feel I could really enjoy the full experience.You can't be Arclight assigned seating, though. If only every theater did that.
This is just me, but I'm not a big fan of assigned seating, but that's from dealing with people at early screenings at private screening rooms.
I'll be at the Arclight too, Joshua. Maybe I'll see you there. I'll just be on the lookout for anybody bearing an uncanny resemblance to Charles Bronson.-Robbie