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New Posters For Dom Hemingway
Get ready for some monkey business...

20 August 2013  |  Written by James White  |  Source: Vulture/Fox Searchlight

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While we await the first trailer for Jude Law’s latest, Dom Hemingway (which shouldn’t be too far away, seeing as it’s debuting at the Toronto Film Festival next month), Fox Searchlight is making sure we don’t forget about the irreverent crime caper with the arrival of a fresh image (above) and two new posters.

The first, provided as an exclusive to Vulture, uses Jill Greenberg’s famous photography and a snarky tagline to give a little flavour of the film, which sees Law as a walking disaster area / safecracker who's just got out of a 12-year stretch in prison, ready to collect his reward for keeping quiet for of his big boss, Mr. Fontaine (Demián Bichir).

The trouble is, Hemingway's a swear-friendly mess, and even with the help of his best mate Dickie Black (Richard E. Grant), he can't help but cock everything up, getting into trouble with Fontaine's girlfriend, a car crash and his long-lost daughter Evelyn (Emilia Clarke). At some point, he’ll end up facing off with Fontaine in a room that features several of Greenberg’s pictures on the walls.

As for the second image, which pokes fun at the recent royal arrival, it's clearly aimed more at US audiences, since we’re scheduled to see the film on November 8, while those Stateside will have to wait until April 4 next year.


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