W. \"Get Ready\" Teaser Poster

W. Get Ready Teaser Poster ThumbnailLets see if we can get through a full article about Oliver Stone’s upcoming film W. without using one of the Bushisms such as “terrorizers” or “___ type deal.” Alright, maybe that isn’t possible. What is possible is that we have a few new images from the film to show you, along with a new poster courtesy of our friends over at Ain’t It Cool News. They scored the exclusive on the second theatrical poster, which shows Josh Brolin as George W. Bush, most likely in his later years, being prepared for some sort of televisiological engagement. To see the much larger version of the poster, just clickisize the thumbnail to the right.

We have also received a few new stills from the film from the folks over at Lionsgate. As you will see below, it is more of Brolin a Bush Jr., this time in his younger years. The first still also gives us a look at “ER” veteran Noah Wyle, who I had no idea was in this film until very recently. Wyle plays Bush’s longtime friend and former U.S. Secretary of Commerce Donald Evans. Apparently he too was part of all the drinking and Texas-sized shenanigans of Bush’s younger years. Have a look at the photos for yourself below (click to enlarge.)

George W. Bush (Josh Brolin, left) and Don Evans (Noah Wyle) in W. Photo credit: Sidney Ray Baldwin

Josh Brolin stars as George W. Bush in W. Photo credit: Sidney Ray Baldwin

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