New Artwork for ‘Inglourious Basterds’

Quentin Tarantino's next pic opens in theaters August 21st.
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New Artwork for ‘Inglourious Basterds’

The Weinstein Company has released a 4 new poster for Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds, which opens in theaters on August 21st.

The awesome teaser trailer just came out a week ago, and you can watch it here. Check out the new posters below!

Inglourious Basterds Poster #1

Inglourious Basterds Poster #2

Inglourious Basterds Poster #3

Inglourious Basterds Poster #4

The Universal Pictures film begins in German-occupied France, where Shosanna Dreyfus (Mélanie Laurent) witnesses the execution of her family at the hand of Nazi Colonel Hans Landa (Christoph Waltz). Shosanna narrowly escapes and flees to Paris, where she forges a new identity as the owner and operator of a cinema.

Elsewhere in Europe, Lieutenant Aldo Raine (Brad Pitt) organizes a group of Jewish soldiers to engage in targeted acts of retribution. Known to their enemy as "The Basterds," Raine's squad joins German actress and undercover agent Bridget Von Hammersmark (Diane Kruger) on a mission to take down the leaders of The Third Reich. Fates converge under a cinema marquee, where Shosanna is poised to carry out a revenge plan of her own...

Inglourious Basterds was released August 21st, 2009.

Sources: The Weinstein Company, Empire

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  • pypebomb • 6 years ago

    ...bring out the gimp

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    • taberjohnson18 • 6 years ago

      Understandable.

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      • chronic • 6 years ago

        Like i stated Comrade, when i did my first comment on this article, the only poster here, was the one at the top.

        The other 3 weren't here, the ones with the shotgun, bat & knife weren't here. But that is the style i expect to see from a poster advertising a QT film.

        The last 3 are wicked, interesting, and as you stated anticipation and iconography.

        But the first one is dull, basic and sh*t. I don;t expect that from a film that is advertising a film by QT

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        • raoulduke33 • 6 years ago

          f*ck yeah, that bat is gonna get put to very good use

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          • indianajones • 6 years ago

            Great Artwork!

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            • diaigma • 6 years ago

              Eww...

              Awesome!!!

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              • taberjohnson18 • 6 years ago

                Ottley, WTF*ck? They're posters! Are you seriously going to A) pass judgement on Tarantino for something he probably didn't even have control over B) Judge a movie based on posters?

                Besides, I think they look damn good. Far from dull, they have an anticipation and iconography to them.

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                • chronic • 6 years ago

                  Cloverfield was more interesting because the main marketing ploy to it was...curiousity.

                  No one hardly knew anything and were just making assumptions.

                  At first no one knew the title, which got leaked into the previews of the popcorn flick of the years, which was Transformers.

                  Then all they knew was there was a monster and no one knew what it look like.

                  The marketing ploys are quite different, but i get your point.

                  Your more interested going into a movie not knowing what it's about but having seen a bit of it and still not knowing what it's about.

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                  • shinjiikari1984 • 6 years ago

                    J A Yeaa teaar posters don't do much for me ither, unless they got some hint like cloverfield teaser.

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                    • chronic • 6 years ago

                      mBrandon11, clearly your don't read before you make your incoherent statements.

                      see that big capitalised word in the beginning of the article's title, notify yourself it says 'UPDATED.'

                      I placed my comment in this article when there was on the one poster at the top, which is sh*t. The 3 below it are brilliant, that is what I expect to see from Tarantino unique visual auteurism.

                      Not some sh*tty poster with just the title and a clouded background to portray an amateurish photoshop job.

                      And QT is no where near simplicity, if you actually believe QT is about clear simplicity, then making a simile about your stupidity is clearly mission impossible.

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                      • thedarkknight23 • 6 years ago

                        awesome as f*ck!

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                        • twistedsmile • 6 years ago

                          I love the look of these posters.They are dramatic without doing alot.

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                          • narrator • 6 years ago

                            Sick posters, I look forward to the film.

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                            • revilolee • 6 years ago

                              Very cool, although the trailer didn't impress me either.

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                              • annoyingfilmcritic • 6 years ago

                                Wow...these are very cool and provocative, mission accomplished! As I've said before, this movie will be a return to form for Tarantino. The director's cut dvd should be amazing also.

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                                • jonnred • 6 years ago

                                  I want the one with the bat or knife in my room.

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                                  • vampire2000 • 6 years ago

                                    I agree with VIS on this one... The trailer was.... unimpressive.... These are pretty kick ass... Still not sure about seeing this movie in theaters, however.

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                                    • zanyzap • 6 years ago

                                      Great artwork. Great.

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                                      • happyjack • 6 years ago

                                        NICE! THERE ARE A LOT CLOCKWORK, BUT I DONT THINK THEY,RE OVER DONE. I MIGHT BE WRONG, BUT I DONT THINK THIS IS ABOUT THE HOLOCAUST. JUST A GOOD OLD FASHIONED AMERICAN SHOCK & AWE WORLD WAR 2 PIC! WE AINT HAD ONE OF THESE SINCE THE 70'S!

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                                        • clockworkcookie • 6 years ago

                                          Holocaust movies are getting old, tired and overdone. They are banalizing the actual history to such an extreme that these days I am put off merely by knowing that the movie is about it, no matter who the actors or director are. Honestly, there are billions of things to make movies about in History.... Unless you're going for an Oscar of course... XP

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