July 22, 2014

Seven Great Cars 2 Russian Posters Unveiled (Update)

It is always interesting to view movie posters that are released internationally, as they often bring a perspective that North American audiences do not always see. While we have seen quite a few stunning Cars 2 posters released here, we have to say that the Russian posters that have just been released are beautiful as well (thanks to The Daily BLAM! for picking up on them). Take a look at the seven of them and view them in glorious hi-res here!

UPDATE: Hollywood.com exclusively debuted the English language international posters, which you can see below their Russian counterparts.

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We particularly like the poster with Lightning and Mater bundled up as snow falls around them – such a nice looking shot. As expected, the international nature of the film is they key angle to all of these posters. Cars 2 is set to be Pixar’s first true international film!

Cars 2 rockets into theaters on June 24, exactly two months from now!

Via: The Daily BLAM!

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UPDATE (5/2/11): Looks like those of us here in North America were actually not left out in the cold as Hollywood.com has debuted the posters here. We’re just glad we don’t have to rely on Google Translate anymore. One interesting difference between the posters is that the Russian versions reference WALL-E, while those below invoke Toy Story 3.

Check out the posters in English (well, mostly English) below!

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Source: Hollywood.com

About Samad Rizvi

Samad is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of The Pixar Times and The Disney Times. His favorite films include The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, Vertigo, Back to the Future, Children of Men, Pan's Labyrinth, and of course, Pixar's Monsters, Inc., WALL-E and Up.

  • http://a113animation.blogspot.com/ William Jardine

    If I’m honest, I think I prefer these to the American posters, specifically the 1st and the 6th and 7th, they just look a bit different and a bit more vibrant.

  • sathya

    coooool :D :D