First Street Sighting of ITS Poster -Outside Warner Bros.

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I’m waiting for the next poster, Thank you very much.

7 thoughts on “First Street Sighting of ITS Poster -Outside Warner Bros.

  1. Me too, but I suppose the young fans of Nathan Kress and Matt Deacon matter more than us.. 😉
    But yes, it would be nice to see hot wet dad Gary Morris in the next poster, thank you WB. Please, pretty please?


    • I think reeling in fans of tornadoes, or that is to say, disaster movies, probably trumps any actor considerations when it comes to promoting this film. Putting the cast up on the poster runs a distant second to the main ‘star’, which is right there, front and centre.


      • Katherine D. I think you are 100% correct that the Tornado is the top billed star here. The next target audience is teenagers. Richard is just thrown in for the moms of preteens. Probably we got the wet hot dad with sons photo as it starts to answer the audience question “why should we care about these people surviving this storm?”


        • Saraobsessed, I agree and/but, don’t you wonder that they showed this particular scene? On the face of it, it seems to give away the ending — but maybe not?


          • And no spoilers, but Todd Garner had a tweet a while back that seemed to indicate the fate of Max Deacon’s characters. Whether or not he was teasing and trying to throw people off is anyone’s guess.


      • I think you’re right. Not being a fan of disaster movies, I’m only interested in the story of the human beings involved. But I’m a very thin minority and not the audience the movie was done for 😉


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