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New Surrogates Poster Online
Look, lots of little Brucies!

02 July 2009  |  Written by Emily Phillips  |  Source: Coming Soon

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There is a brand new Surrogates one-sheet for your perusal online today, showing the main man, as well as a line up of little surrogate Brucies plugged in and ready to go.

Willis plays an FBI agent who, along with his partner in (solving) crime (Radha Mitchell), becomes embroiled in the mysterious death of a college boy linked to the creator of surrogates, robots made as the exact replicas of the humans they serve, allowing humans to live through the eyes of a remote controlled humanoid.

Surrogates is directed by Terminator 3's Jonathan Mostow, but don't let that put you off, because Willis will save the day along with big, gruff Ving Rhames, Boris Kodjoe and James Francis Ginty. The film also stars the rather more dainty Mitchell and Rosamund Pike.

Check out the new Surrogates one-sheet here. Also, pick your own surrogate at the official site ChooseYourSurrogate.com.

Surrogates is in cinemas on September 25.


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Admittedly, bit of a shit poster but i do hold out hope for this film. For some reason, since i first heard about it i thought it could be another classic 'Brucie-actioner'. I'm thinking something along the lines of a 21st Century 'Last Boy Scout'?!?!? More

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when I saw this movie was directed by Johanthan Mostow who fucked up T3, I had doubts and Bruce Willis isnt A class material anymore. More

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would that be a Brucie bonus then? More

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