Black Swan, mother !, Man of Steel, The Social Network and many more … The 50 best movie posters of the last 10 years according to Collider!
As we approach the end of the year, Collider published a list of the best 50 movie posters of the last 10 years under the same roof.
Black Swan, which conveys the meeting of the innocent and pure white swan and the representative of lust and the unknown in one body, in which Natalie Portman became a giant with her magnificent performance in the list, which includes different types of productions, dividing the audience into two at the Venice and Toronto film festivals, the likes and dislikes, The mother! by Darren Aronofsky, which is engraved in memories with its deeply read-open script, Man of Steel, the start-up movie of the DC Cinematic Universe, explains the creation process of Facebook, one of the most important social networks of our time, and what this formation has caused from the life of its creator Mark Zuckerberg. There are posters of films such as The Social Network, Sound of My Voice, which was produced in partnership with Zal Batmanglij and Brit Marling, and It Follows, which was praised by critics and audiences and attracted attention with its atmosphere reminiscent of 80s horror movies.
Check out the list that Collider has compiled the best movie posters of the last 10 years.
50-) Devil – John Erick Dowdle (2010)
49-) Sound of My Voice – Zal Batmanglij (2011)
48-) Wonder Woman – Patty Jenkins (2017)
47-) Blackkklansman – Spike Lee (2018)
46-)The Martian – Ridley Scott (2015)
45-)The Love Witch – Anna Biller (2016)
44-) Suicide Squad – David Ayer (2016)
43-) The Devil’s Double – Lee Tamahori (2011)
42-) The Cabin in the Woods – Drew Goddard (2011)
41-) 127 Hours – Danny Boyle (2010)
40-) Queen of Earth – Alex Ross Perry (2015)
39-) 42 – Brian Helgeland (2013)
38-) The Snowman – Tomas Alfredson (2017)
37-)Felt – Jason Banker (2014)
36-) Finders Keepers – Alexander Yellen (2014)
35-) The Heat – Paul Feig (2013)
34-)Thor: Ragnarok – Taika Waititi (2017)
33-) Baby Driver – Edgar Wright (2017)
32-) Us – Jordan Peele (2019)
31-) Deadpool – Tim Miller (2016)
30-) Bone Tomahawk – S. Craig Zahler (2015)
29-) Buried – Rodrigo Cortés (2010)
28-) Conan the Barbarian – Marcus Nispel (2011)
27-) The Conjuring – James Wan (2013)
26-) How to Survive a Plague – David France (2012)
25-) The Shape of Water – Guillermo del Toro (2017)
24-) mother! – Darren Aronofsky (2017)
23-) Spring Breakers – Harmony Korine (2012)
22-)Godzilla – Gareth Edwards (2014)
21-) How to Train Your Dragon – Dean DeBlois and Chris Sanders (2010)
20-) Kingsman: The Secret Service – Matthew Vaughn (2014)
19-) Let Me In – Matt Reeves (2010)
18-) We Need to Talk about Kevin – Lynne Ramsay (2011)
17-) Young Adult – Jason Reitman (2011)
16-) It Follows – David Robert Mitchell (2014)
15-) Only God Forgives – Nicolas Winding Refn (2013)
14-) Hobo with a Shotgun – Jason Eisener (2011)
13-) Jodorowsky’s Dune – Frank Pavich (2013)
12-) The Kings of Summer – Jordan Vogt-Roberts (2013)
11-) Hitman: Agent 47 – Aleksander Bach (2015)
10-) The Hunger Games: Catching Fire – Francis Lawrence (2013)
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