“Execution is everything,” says this poster with Michael Fassbender aimed at the viewer.
“Execution is Everything”says the first poster of The Killerthe thriller designed by David Fincher for Netflix, with Michael Fassbender as a hitman. Deliberately aiming at viewers, he’s painted in dark green and blue tones, and he’s obviously already hit the film’s title with his gun, “The Killer” having lost his i, lying under a trace of a bullet. Next target, the public?
Here is the poster unveiled by The Twitter Analyst “courtesy of Netflix”says the post:
𝗘𝗫𝗘𝗖𝗨𝗧𝗜𝗢𝗡 𝘐𝘚 𝙀𝙑𝙀𝙍𝙔𝙏𝙃𝙄𝙉𝙂.
We Have the Exclusive First Look at the Teaser Poster for THE KILLER!
World Premiere in competition at the Venice Film Festival September 3
— The Fincher Analyst (@FincherAnalyst) August 28, 2023
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After collaborating on mank (who had already an original painting as a poster) and the series mindhunter And Love, Death and Robots, the filmmaker of Seven and of Zodiac returns with a serial killer story of which he has the secret for the platform.
The killer is taken from the eponymous French comic strip by Luc Jacamont and Matz (Alexis Nolent), published by Casterman, and follows “a relentless assassin beginning to gradually develop an awareness between good and evil…” This first visual is deliberately different from the visual style of the comics.
The film was partly shot in Paris, and it is expected for November 10 on Netflix. Before that, the filmmaker is invited this week to the Venice Film Festival to present it in preview. See you precisely on September 3 live from the Lido to find out more about this dark work which will be worn by Charles Parnell, Arliss Howard, Sophie Charlotte and Tilda Swinton in addition to Fassbender. For this film, Fincher finds Erik Messerschmidt, the cinematographer of mank and its series mindhunteras well as its screenwriter Seven, Andrew Kevin Walker. We learned this summer that he would team up again with Atticus Ross to compose his soundtrack.
To wait, this well-thought-out first poster will intrigue the filmmaker’s fans… Netflix also shared a behind-the-scenes video earlier this year. The Killer :