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Seven Psychopaths Character Posters
Seven of them, strangely enough...

15 August 2012  |  Written by James White  |  Source: The Film Stage

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Chances are you’ve already gone mental for the trailer for Martin McDonagh’s new comedy Seven Psychopaths, but in case you haven’t, we’ve stuck it below for your viewing pleasure. Now the marketing team have seeded character posters across the Interwebs, which you can see collected in the gallery below.

The imagery comes courtesy of Coming Soon, Entertainment Weekly, Fandango, Rotten Tomatoes, MTV, Hitfix and Vulture. We like the style, but two Shih Tzu gags among them? Come on, Mr poster tag writer, there have got to be other jokes...

Seven Psychopaths finds an alcoholic screenwriter (Colin Farrell) struggling with his latest script, about a serial killer. While searching for inspiration, he gets more than he bargained for when a friend's (Sam Rockwell) dognapping scam becomes something very different. See, Rockwell and his associate (Christopher Walken) have napped a dog belonging to a psycho mobster (Woody Harrelson)…

This latest caper from the man behind In Bruges arrives in the US on October 12. We’ll have to wait until December 7 to see it in the UK.


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Ha! the seemingly normal one at posters,really looking forward to it,it's been a lean year for film imo so hope for a bit of excitment in this.. More

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