In case you haven’t figured it out, Summit Entertainment is using the week before Comic-Con to kick the promotional machine into high gear on their upcoming action film Red. If you haven’t seen the awesome trailer, you should check it out, as Red looks like it’s going to be a lot of fun. I did a set visit a few months ago and thought it looked great. Click here to read it. Also, earlier today I posted all my on set interviews, so click on the names to read/listen to what they had to say: Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, Mary-Louise Parker, and Karl Urban.
Anyway, on Monday we posted the Bruce Willis character poster and yesterday it was Helen Mirren. Today Summit has sent over the John Malkovich character poster, so hit the jump to check it out:
Here’s the official synopsis for Red:
Red is the story of Frank Moses (Willis), a former black-ops CIA agent, who is now living a quiet life. That is until the day a hi-tech assassin shows up intent on killing him. With his identity compromised and the life of the woman he cares for, Sarah (Mary-Louise Parker), endangered, Frank reassembles his old team (Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich and Helen Mirren) in a last ditch effort to survive. Also in the cast are Karl Urban, Brian Cox, Richard Dreyfuss, Ernest Borgnine, Julian McMahon, James Remar and Rebecca Pidgeon.
Click on the poster to see it in high-resolution
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