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Exclusive UK Source Code Poster Arrives
Even Jake's chest is exploding

07 March 2011  |  Written by Ali Plumb  |  Source: Exclusive

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Duncan Jones has a new film coming out, and its name is Source Code. And here, ladies and gentlemen, is the latest poster for it for your viewing pleasure.

For those not in the know, Duncan Jones is the director of recent much-loved cult sci-fi Moon, and so this, his follow-up, has been eagerly anticipated.

Another sci-fi, its premise revolves around Jake Gyllenhaal’s character, Colter Stevens, a soldier working as part of a high tech team investigating a terrorist bombing on a train. The catch - and this you don't get on South West Trains - is that he must endure the bombing again and again, as he’s thrown back eight minutes in time to relive the experience and find out exactly what happened and who's responsible.

Confused? You might want to check out the trailer for a more pleasingly visual explanation with what’s going on. Look out for support from the likes of Vera Farmiga, Jeffrey Wright, and his love interest / fellow commuter, played by Michelle Monaghan.

It’s like Groundhog Day meets Murder On The Orient Express meets Under Siege II meets… Okay, no it’s not (not at all), but there you go. It’s its own beast.

Anyway, here’s the brand new quad poster for you to feast your eyes on, and when you’re done with that, you might want to compare and contrast it with a previous one-sheet we have for you here.


And, as an extra poster bonus, here's our very own Olly Moss's take on the Source Code one sheet. Thoughts? Feelings? Anything you'd ike to share with us? Let us know in the comment box below.


Source Code will be exploding again and again and again on the big screen come April 1.

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L: granny Hmm. Apart from the overused font it reminds me of the poster for the godawful Lawnmower Man. saw that once and I liked it. So the film seems like a mish mash of Deja Vu and Vantage Point. Neither were amazing but both watchable. I might borrow a dvd. More

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