Heading into last weekend, our friends over at FirstShowing.net gave us a first look at a new “lenticular” poster for the upcoming Wachowskis action adaptation Speed Racer. A few days later, the fine folks at JoBlo gave us a much higher res version, which can be seen below:

It’s a pretty damn cool poster, that is for sure. If you have not yet seen the trailer that was recently released, take a look here. I have to admit that I have had mixed feelings about this film up to this point — I am excited to see The Wachowskis at work on something so revolutionary, but I can see where the trailer showed off some border-line cheese. I am also certainly not a fan of Emile Hirsch. But then again, there is no reason for me to pre-judge this movie based on two minutes of footage, three movie stills and one poster — that is what our readers are for!

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