First Poster for YOGI BEAR

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Warner Bros. has released the first poster for Yogi Bear, and it’s actually pretty cute.  We get a comprehensive look at the CG character design, but with the detail added to the devoured picnic in the background, this feels like more than just the placeholder required at this stage of promotion.  Dan Aykroyd and Justin Timberlake voice the aforementioned animated bears amongst a live cast of Anna Faris, TJ Miller, Tom Cavanagh, and Andrew Daly.  Hit the jump to check out the poster.

Here’s the official synopsis:

Jellystone Park has been losing business, so greedy Mayor Brown decides to shut it down and sell the land. That means families will no longer be able to experience the natural beauty of the outdoors — and, even worse, Yogi and Boo Boo will be tossed out of the only home they’ve ever known. Faced with his biggest challenge ever, Yogi must prove that he really is “smarter than the average bear” as he and Boo Boo join forces with their old nemesis Ranger Smith to find a way to save Jellystone Park from closing forever.


Check back here around 7:00 PM EST tomorrow night, when the first trailer is scheduled to debut. Yogi Bear hits 3D theaters on December 17, 2010.

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So the question is, how does this compare to your average poster?

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  • VALENTINEproductions

    I actually kinda like this.

  • carpediem1991

    I guess it could have been worse. But Hollywood has officially run out of ideas now.

  • Yahzee

    people keeps saying that for over 10 years at least… I guess people has officially run out of ideas about how to complain about Hollywood…. they just use the one phrase XD

  • DLM Entertainment

    Boo boo looks cute. Yogi looks like he's trying too hard. When the hell did this happen? I guess we're not too far off from a Penelope Pitstop movie (although I think that would rock).

    You can compare to “Hey There, It's Yogi Bear!” here:

  • Corin Prendiville

    Yeah, but that phrase can be used for everything. The music industry has run out of ideas (so true), the book industry has run out of ideas (and zombies books are proof of that), and so has the comic book industry (why do you think every comic book wants its own film adaptation, because that sets them apart from the other crap out there).

    The problem with this logic is that there are ideas, but people who aren't inventive enough to go find them are busy wasting their time with mainstream crap. The only exception to this would be the music industry, which hasn't pioneered a truly new genre since the early 90s.

    But new ideas will always be in the underground, and go mostly unrecognized at first. People credit The Matrix with being amazingly original, but in reality it was just a ripoff of original ideas like Ghost In the Shell and Dark City, with a high-production budget and good marketing.

    If you want original ideas you'll have to frequent those films that make less than a couple million in theaters (or none), and face the consequences of trying to watch something new… because often times, it will suck.

    Furthermore, movies have almost always been book adaptations so quit complaining about book adaptations, comic book adaptations, etc and get over it. Most people can't afford to write a screenplay and honestly expect to get a decent production budget to create a quality film, but books which have already been tested in the market for a very low price are evidence that the story is something that can be sold.

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