W Poster Denver

Today continues to be our day for reader emails, as the continue to stream in. And while many of them are related to the release of Tropic Thunder, we did get a sweet little scoop from George in Denver, Colorado on another movie that seems to be drawing some attention.

George sent over the above picture, which was taken in downtown Denver. It is a brand new set of posters found outside of a construction site for the upcoming Oliver Stone pic W. At his desk sits Josh Brolin as George W. Bush, with the title of the film and the simple subtitle “A Life Misunderestimated” above him.

Of course, it seems almost too obvious to point out that Denver will play host to the Democratic National Convention on August 25-28. Coincidence? That’s up to you to decide.

What do you think of the new posters for Oliver Stone’s W.?


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