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Jack The Giant Slayer Posters Stomp In
Meet Fee, Fye, Foe & Fumm

11 January 2013  |  Written by James White  |  Source: Warner Bros.

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The film is called Jack The Giant Slayer, and we’ve seen plenty of big blokes in the trailers (one of which you can see below). So it makes sense for the new posters from Bryan Singer’s latest to feature the giants themselves. Take a look in the gallery below.

Jack The Giant Slayer finds farmhand Jack (Nicholas Hoult) getting mixed up in a tale that goes beyond the usual magic beans and giant goose part of the story. In this new take, he’s dragged into an adventure that includes princess Isabelle (Eleanor Tomlinson), a kingdom under threat, some political treachery and an all-out giant invasion.

And instead of just one giant, we get at least four, including Fee, Fye, Foe, Fumm and their two-headed leader, General Fallon, who is voiced and performance-captured by Bill Nighy and John Kassir.

Along for the ride are Ewan McGregor, Stanley Tucci, Ian McShane, Warwick Davis, Eddie Marsan and Ewen Bremner. Jack The Giant Killer will be with us on March 22. For more on the film, look in a future issue of Empire magazine.


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Looks Naff
In agreement here, they look really bad on my 13inch computer monitor so it doesn't bode well for the big screen. More

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Awful CGI
Why is the CGI so bad? In a world of Avengers and Life of Pi...Why do the Giants look....well......like they were made for an 80s film.... More

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Slayer or Killer?
Killer sounds better to me... More

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