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Everything that comes out about this movie looks absolutely breathtaking. So kudos to the marketing department. Soon, it’ll be time to see if Where The Wild Things Are lives up to the expectations that it’s been building for itself.

Adding to that expectation pile is a series of new character posters that look fantastic:

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I cannot wait for October 16th.

And is it just me or does Judith look a little bit like a horned Falcor from The NeverEnding Story?

Just me? Thought so.


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