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15 May 2013  |  Written by Phil de Semlyen  |  Source: Buzz Sugar

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Louis Leterrier's magician movie Now You See Me may not have pulled a rabbit out of its hat exactly, but it has delivered the next best thing: a cache of new motion posters. This one, courtesy of Buzz Sugar, shows Henley, Isla Fisher's escapologist, well, escapologing.

Other posters doted around the web show off fellow casties Michael CaineJesse Eisenberg, David Franco, Mark Ruffalo and Woody Harrelson. Click on the names above to see them in full motion-enhanced prestidigitation mode.

A Prestige-y thriller of illusion and double-cross, Now You See Me centres on a wildly audacious band of robbers called the Four Horsemen. Jesse Eisenberg stars as Atlas, the leader of the Horsemen; a team that also includes Woody Harrelson, Fisher's Houdini-alike escapologist and Dave Franco. When Atlas and his partners contrive to send a rich man to his bank in France from their Vegas stage – and then distribute his money to their audience of fraud victims – the Feds get involved.

Mark Ruffalo's Agent Hobbs (yep, there are a few of them in the crime-fighting game; not just The Rock's Luke Hobbs in the Fast & Furious films) is trying to uncover the truth behind the crime, and he enlists the help of Interpol agent Alma (Melanie Laurent) and Thaddeus (Morgan Freeman) a famed magic debunker in his investigation.

Like Nolan's flick, all, we suspect, won't be quite what it seems. Find out when Now You See Me gets its UK release on July 3.


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Wish I Never Seen It
Compared to all the motion posters out there this is pretty poor. Wolverine, Dredd even Total Recall hit the nail on the head. This unfortunately looks like it was made on an old BBC computer. Also, it's not the most flattering photo of Mrs. Borat too boot! More

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