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“Go back to where it all began. She’s Done Running From Her Past!”
Creative design agency LA pulled out all the stops when they issued the marketing campaign posters for the Marvel Studios’ long-awaited blockbuster “Black Widow”. This original 2021 US / International style one-sheet movie poster for Marvel’s all action super hero romp is certainly impressive with Natasha Romanoff, better known as the deadly ‘Black Widow’ beautifully realised and taking centre stage; standing proud and battle ready. Originally rolled (as issued) this looks stunning and displays and presents to excellent effect. One of the best looking posters to date for any of the prolific Marvel Studios releases with spectacular imagery. A hugely important and collectable piece of movie memorabilia from the Studio that can do no wrong for if first appearances in movies follows the same trend as the comics then with their rumoured appearances in the forthcoming ‘Thunderbolts’ production of Florence Pugh, Taskmaster and Red Guardian appearing in this instalment it is a must have item that represents a fine piece of collectable modern cinema movie memorabilia.
Trivia: Black Widow’s wrist-mounted tasers, commonly referred to as her Widow bites or gauntlets, for the first time are painted gold. This is an homage to Natasha’s classic Black Widow costume from the comics, which was an all-black suit with a gold ringed belt and gold gauntlets.…more detail
“In borstal survival rules !”
This is an original country of origin 1979 UK Quad movie poster for the hugely controversial and originally banned “Scum”….A very rare find from what is an extremely bleak and harsh view of life in a 70’s boys borstal.…more detail
“Two searing glimpses into the underworld of crime !”
Not a typical ‘date-night’ trip to the cinema, you would have needed a strong stomach to sit through this gritty and brutal British double bill. Released in 1981 this country of origin double feature UK quad for “Scum – The Long Good Friday” presents to very good effect, being originally rolled (as issued). Combining imagery previously used for the standalone quad designs plus the addition of some bold, strong colours this really is a striking example of film poster artwork. Colours are bright and the black areas unfaded. Without a doubt this film sums up British cinema of the 70’s and 80’s perfectly that makes for a very collectable piece movie memorabilia.…more detail
An extremely rare and desirable country of origin double crown film poster for Jonathan Glazer’s dark brit-gangster thriller “Sexy Beast”. Created by Empire Design with finished artwork by Michael Godard this award winning original 2000 UK quad film poster is a fantastic looking piece…a deeply sunburnt Gal (Ray Winstone) relaxing in an over-sized martini glass offset against a dark black background; a simple that stays in the memory. Originally rolled (as issued) this poster displays beautifully and is presented in exceptional condition with some of the best design seen on a modern poster. Incredibly scarce this fine example represents hugely collectable original movie memorabilia from a cult British crime thriller.
Trivia: Ray Winstone travelled to Spain two weeks before filming commenced to get as deep a tan as he could in the time possible and to eat as much as he could to bulk up considerably. He called it “the best rehearsal time I’ve ever had in my life.”…more detail
“Sometimes It’s Hard To Say No”
One of three designs for Jonathan Glazer’s dark brit-gangster thriller “Sexy Beast”. This pop-art style British/International one-sheet from the first year of release, 2000 is a cleverly designed, eye-catching example – part artwork, part photography. Extremely scarce, this poster displays beautifully being originally rolled (as issued) and is presented in excellent condition with one of the memorable designs seen on a ‘modern’ poster. An impressive and highly collectable example of original cinematic memorabilia.
Trivia: Ray Winstone travelled to Spain two weeks before filming commenced to get as deep a tan as he could in the time possible and to eat as much as he could to bulk up considerably. He called it “the best rehearsal time I’ve ever had in my life.”