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Watch: ‘Stoker’ Featurette About The Making Of The International Poster Plus New One Sheet For Mia Wasikowska

Watch: 'Stoker' Featurette About The Making Of The International Poster Plus New One Sheet For Mia Wasikowska

While winter might be more a seasonal fit for the chill that’s sure to come with Park Chan-wook‘s “Stoker,” we’ll still be ready to get the creeps when the film arrives next spring. So far, the marketing for the film has impressed with a solid trailer and a pretty great illustrated one sheet, and now there are a couple more looks that are worth your attention.

First up, a new poster declares that “Innocence Ends” for Mia Wasikowska, who stars in the film as India, whose enigmatic and estranged uncle (Matthew Goode) returns to the family after the death of the girl’s father, and takes up with her mother (Nicole Kidman). India’s uncle’s arrival coincides with the disappearance of people in her town, and he might be the cause. And indeed, it’s going to be a strange coming-of-age for the teenager. And if you want to know how that first poster was made, a pretty handy little featurette takes you on a quick run through its design.

“Stoker” opens on March 1, 2013. Check out the featurette, the new poster, and to refresh your memory, the illustrated version as well, below. [Empire/TrailerAddict]

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I have been waiting for Mia to show everyone just how good she can be. Her performances have been very solid in the roles she has had in her last few pictures, but after first seeing her in the HBO series Intreatment I knew she was a special actor and could deliver so much more than she has in past roles. The trailer looks promising I hope this is one.


The song is "Becomes the Color" by Emily Wells


What song is that? I want it…


Here is hoping this movie deivers and doesn't disappoint.

Little My

Love the making of video, Nicole Kidman is heartbreaking in the funeral scenes, Mia looks to be menacing in the poster.


3 words about that Mia poster: Oh. Hell. Yes.

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