Damn. It’s been a tough world for movie marketers lately. Stars aren’t selling as strongly, companies are forced to crib from other designs if a movie is ultra popular, and there just aren’t that many pre-pubescent assassins out there to brag about.

Hanna, the story of a young girl (Saoirse Ronan) trained to kill by her CIA father (Eric Bana), looks incredible. Now it’s got an incredible poster.

Check it out for yourself:

Clicking on it makes it much, much bigger.

It’s a gorgeous poster. Blue eyes that threaten to cut through you before the arrow does. A true ultimatum as the tagline. Big, brash lettering.

It’s stunning. A great piece of art and a great piece of marketing.

What do you think?

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