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Snyder's ladies kick ass

11 January 2011  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  |  Source: Apple

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Here's something to kick your rainy Tuesday morning up a gear: an action-heavy banner for Zack Snyder's upcoming Sucker Punch. Sure, it shares some creative DNA with the character banners we've already seen for the five leads, but this is a little more violent, and that's always nice.

You also get an idea in this image of the characters' individual fighting styles: each girl has her favoured weapon and preferred approach to killing the bad guys. So you've got Emily Browning's Babydoll with her samurai sword, Vanessa Hudgens with her tomahawk, etc. And guns. Lots of guns.

Sucker Punch is out in the UK on April 1, a whole week later than we were originally promised, which is very disappointing. The good news? It's in 2D, as shot, and not some dodgy conversion. 

 

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