That’s Nicolas Cage as Big Daddy.
..and Chloe Moretz as Hit-Girl.
BTW, some people think these attractive, chipper posters are not the proper way to promote a dark-humored, violent, taboo-busting film that has a vulgarity in the title.
I’ve said this with most of the previous character reveal banners (with the exception of Kick-Ass), but I really disappointed in the way Lionsgate is marketing this film thus far. I’ve not only seen the preview footage at comic-con, read part of the comic, but I’ve seen the entire film — it is awesome. The three reasons why people love the movie is because of the politically incorrect humor, the vulgarity, and the intense bloody super-stylized action. The posters for Big Daddy, Red Mist and now Hit-Girl display none of these characteristics. They attempt to appeal to the masses with a colorful bublegum look, yet I’ve even heard from some of my friends in exhibition that the posters aren’t even being put on display at many major movie theaters due to the word Ass in the film’s title and tagline. So what’s the point?
What do YOU think?