If you so happen to Google “Joss Whedon Much Ado About Nothing,” only a few scattered stills pop up and, most often, you’ll get a version of that one up top featuring Fran Kranz as Claudio. That submerged look at Whedon’s version of Much Ado About Nothing was the first peek we got at the project months and months ago so, really, why not keep it around for the film’s first poster?

Oh, I don’t know, maybe because Whedon fans are rabid for more looks at the film? Let’s hope for something fresh next time around. Until then…

Much Ado About Nothing opens on June 7th. [Entertainment Weekly]

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