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#1 New Image from 'Annihilation' | Natalie Portman, Oscar Issac, Jennifer Jason Leigh | Dir. Alex Garland (Ex Machina)

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COMMENTS

  • RoyisOurBoy
    306 points Sep 26,2017, 10:33am

    Article from EW.

    In the science fiction film Annihilation, Natalie Portman plays a scientist named Lena, who is part of an expedition tasked with exploring an area which has been taken over by a mysterious force. “[She] finds a very strange, dream-like, surrealist landscape, and goes deeper and deeper into that world, and also into that mindset,” says writer-director Alex Garland (Ex Machina). Jennifer Jason Leigh, Tuva Novotny, Gina Rodriguez, and Tessa Thompson costar as her fellow team members, while Oscar Isaac plays Portman’s husband.

    One other character of note featured in the film? An alligator, as is revealed in EW’s exclusive first look photo, above. “It is their first tangible encounter with something strange,” says Garland. “The alligator has physical elements to it that should not belong on an alligator. They’re starting to get their heads around how weird the place is.”

    Annihilation is based on JeffVanderMeer’s 2014 novel, the first book in the Southern Reach trilogy, which the author continued with Authority and then wrapped up with Acceptance. “I was in post-production on Ex Machina, and one of the producers of that film, Scott Rudin, called up and said, ‘I just acquired this book, I think it’s interesting and, would you take a look,'” says Garland, whose screenwriting credits also include Dredd and 28 Days Later. “I don’t finish books, or films, or anything, really, if it isn’t grabbing me for one reason. Well, I read it in a sitting. I found the atmosphere incredibly strong and I liked the kind of dream state that it created and put me in. It had all sorts of qualities that I found really interesting. I thought immediately, Yes, I’d like to try this.”

    Isaac recently promised EW that Annihilation would be “very weird and very beautiful.” “That’s what we were shooting for,” says Garland. “The beauty part of it was quite important. Even when it’s grim, and something dark is happening, there’s quite an overt beauty, and we took pains to make sure that happened.”

    Although the original book is part of a trilogy, Garland says he regards his film as a standalone movie. “I did once work on a film called Dredd, which I imagined to be the first part of a trilogy,” says Garland. “But it’s not something I like doing. I’d rather work on a story that I felt was self-contained rather than one that sort of had a ‘dot-dot-dot’ at the end. I think that provokes a sort of instant, understandable, cynicism. We sense the money grab and I feel that pollutes the story. So, right from the get-go, I did not think of this as being part of a trilogy; I thought of it as being just a single, self-contained movie. If other people wanted to do that, that would be fine. That’s none of my business. But from my point of view, it’s just one.”

    Annihilation — a Paramount Pictures and Skydance presentation — is in theaters Feb. 23, 2018.

  • Sisiwakanamaru
    120 points Sep 26,2017, 10:44am

    I cannot wait for new movie from Alex Garland after Ex Machina.

  • Princecoyote
    55 points Sep 26,2017, 11:08am

    The book is very mysterious. It will be interesting to see how it translates to film.

  • crusty_jugglers93
    14 points Sep 26,2017, 10:55am

    I forgot all about this movie after its release date got pushed back to 2018. Very excited to see how Alex Garland does after Ex Machina which took most by surprise.

  • wbridgman
    15 points Sep 26,2017, 11:38am

    Reminds me of the plot of Stalker.

  • SurrealKarma
    10 points Sep 26,2017, 11:45am

    Don't know much about this, but that's a nice croc prop.

  • markdeez33
    9 points Sep 26,2017, 11:51am

    Poe Dameron & Padme!? Sign me up.

  • Estoye
    5 points Sep 26,2017, 12:00pm

    That's a very dangerous cereal bowl to eat out of, Natalie.

  • Chaosgodsrneat
    2 points Sep 26,2017, 12:27pm

    All dem teeth and no toothbrush....

  • Tolkfan
    3 points Sep 26,2017, 1:17pm

    "Hi, I'm Natalie Portman, welcome to Jackass!"

  • disimportant
    2 points Sep 26,2017, 1:38pm

    Stalker is my favorite film of all-time, but the more I read/see about this the more I sense it wont' be all that similar.

    Examining the crocodile like "oh interesting, look how weird this is" to me puts it too far in the realm of observation and far away from surrealism. In Stalker, when weird things happen you don't have the characters talking about it obsessively, it just happens. That atmosphere creates an almost dreamlike trance that takes you to another place and gives the film its power.

    I'm sure the film will be interesting and worth watching, but it won't be what I was hoping.

  • BackerdsDiode
    2 points Sep 26,2017, 1:53pm

    Nothing can hurt her. Haven't you heard her rap?

  • jasonj2232
    3 points Sep 26,2017, 12:07pm

    I literally finished watching Ex Machina for the first time 10 minutes ago! Excellent movie!

  • mailtrailfail
    3 points Sep 26,2017, 11:40am
  • CurlySauce
    2 points Sep 26,2017, 12:37pm

    Finished the Southern Reach trilogy not too long back, and I'm pretty excited for this film, the cast is stellar and this is easily the strongest book in the series.

    Curious to see how they present some of the book content on the big screen, as The Tunnel/Tower/Anomaly is such an alien concept alongside Saul & The Crawler. Really hope they use the white rabbit sequence in this film, it's such a odd and unsettling scene from the second book and I feel it would do a great job helping set up Area X.

  • Panda_hat
    2 points Sep 26,2017, 11:35am

    “I did once work on a film called Dredd, which I imagined to be the first part of a trilogy,” says Garland.

    You're breaking my heart here Alex.... cries quietly in the corner

    Expecting this film to be spectacular.

  • 1question2
    1 points Sep 26,2017, 1:48pm

    FUCKING FINANLLLLLLY

  • BlakeJackson42
    1 points Sep 26,2017, 1:51pm

    So the Biologist has a name in this? 👀

  • Nuwanda84
    1 points Sep 26,2017, 1:57pm

    You had me at Natalie Portman.

  • the_mangobanana
    1 points Sep 26,2017, 1:59pm

    I loved Ex Machina, and I have all kinds of time for Oscar Isaac.

  • Professor_Snarf
    1 points Sep 26,2017, 11:58am

    Just an FYI, but the books are awesome.

    The story is very hard to sum up, but it's essentially a sci-fi story about the adaptability of nature and our place in it. Plus, there's vanishing rabbits, sentient cell phones and a man who washes a mouse.

    I highly recommend the books, and anything Jeff Vandermeer has written.

  • drchopsalot
    1 points Sep 26,2017, 12:20pm

    She's the leader of Naboo.

  • fleckney7
    1 points Sep 26,2017, 1:07pm

    I am absolutely on board.

  • colabucks9
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 11:31am

    Cannot wait for this one!

  • Warden_de_Dios
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 11:54am

    The first book was awesome but I couldn't even finish the third book

  • feor1300
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 11:52am

    "Tut tut, someone hasn't been flossing."

  • Suiradnase
    -1 points Sep 26,2017, 12:02pm

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but wouldn't it be next to impossible to hold an alligator's mouth open?

  • Dino1482
    -2 points Sep 26,2017, 11:39am

    I've seen an early rough cut of the film in April. I'd say it was pretty spectacular, apart from a few issues that I obviously can't talk about since I signed my life away. But overall, you guys should be hyped for this. Garland is an incredible storyteller.

  • Sun-Mar-27
    -1 points Sep 26,2017, 12:14pm

    How useless is that tag? "MEDIA"....well I sure fucking hope so.

    me·di·a1ˈmēdēə/Submitnoun1.the main means of mass communication (broadcasting, publishing, and the Internet), regarded collectively.

    If it's not "media" then why am I here?

  • Work_the_shaft
    -1 points Sep 26,2017, 12:47pm

    So I'm pretty sure no human is strong enough to hold a gators mouth open like that. You can hold them shut quite easily, but open?

  • Le_Arsonist
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 12:12pm

    Just finished the book over the weekend. Really enjoyed it. Can't wait to see this adaptation.

  • BetaSupreme
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 12:20pm

    I never knew this movie existed

  • branchswinginghaster
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 12:21pm

    Wow, I never heard of this project

  • raykwonx
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 12:24pm

    This is better than any trailer, trailer for a trailer, announcement for a date for a trailer....that I've seen in several years.

    I'm so excited for this!

  • Toaster0107
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 12:24pm

    I absolutely couldn't engage with the novel and didn't even bother with the rest of the series, but this has me really excited, because Alex Garland is a terrific writer and I'll watch Natalie Portman in (almost) anything.

  • Fenric_Lamar
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 12:48pm

    I just finished reading this trilogy and I honestly found it very disappointing. It suffers from having a teaser description on the back cover that's more interesting than anything that happens in the book. Great concept, bad execution. Having said that, I love me some Garland so I'm happy to see that he's taking some liberties with the story and making it his own.

  • THAT-IS-NEAT
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 12:51pm

    What does the inside of a gators mouth smell like?

  • Mihairokov
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 12:58pm

    Sign me up for this one!

  • TheSwansonCode
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 12:58pm

    Just finished this trilogy recently and had no clue they're making a movie (are they doing the whole trilogy?). I honestly don't know if they can pull it off but I'll be very excited if they do, I fucking LOVE Ex Machina!

  • Ar3s21
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 1:26pm

    Could the alligator not close his lower jaw?

  • Implausibilibuddy
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 1:45pm

    Did Hollywood learn nothing from Battleship? This whole movies-based-on toys thing is getting out of hand.

    Edit: /S

    ffs

  • GregLittlefield
    -2 points Sep 26,2017, 11:12am

    tickle tickle...

  • delkeece
    -2 points Sep 26,2017, 12:07pm

    That is the wrong way to handle that kind of mouth.

  • ggrabows25
    -4 points Sep 26,2017, 12:13pm

    No one can hold a crocs mouth open, they are way too strong. Really easy to hold closed though. Just saying.

  • BackerdsDiode
    -1 points Sep 26,2017, 1:16pm

    Wait for it, wait for iiiiiiitttt.... LET GO!!!!!!

  • CoffinDancr
    -2 points Sep 26,2017, 11:14am

    *Isaac

  • tkman2385
    -2 points Sep 26,2017, 11:43am

    I need this right now.

  • hudspud2
    -2 points Sep 26,2017, 12:28pm

    A movie with a cool, long name that isn't actually sappy oscar bait and actually has an interesting premise? Sign me up!

    Stronger, Demolition, Concussion, etc.

    Glad to see that a movie called "Annihilation" isn't about a recently laid off white collar worker dealing with the "Annihilation" of his professional and home lives.

  • Smokeypotatoes
    -3 points Sep 26,2017, 12:24pm

    It’s insanely hard to hold a crocodile’s jaws open.

COMMENTS

  • RoyisOurBoy
    306 points Sep 26,2017, 10:33am

    Article from EW.

    In the science fiction film Annihilation, Natalie Portman plays a scientist named Lena, who is part of an expedition tasked with exploring an area which has been taken over by a mysterious force. “[She] finds a very strange, dream-like, surrealist landscape, and goes deeper and deeper into that world, and also into that mindset,” says writer-director Alex Garland (Ex Machina). Jennifer Jason Leigh, Tuva Novotny, Gina Rodriguez, and Tessa Thompson costar as her fellow team members, while Oscar Isaac plays Portman’s husband.

    One other character of note featured in the film? An alligator, as is revealed in EW’s exclusive first look photo, above. “It is their first tangible encounter with something strange,” says Garland. “The alligator has physical elements to it that should not belong on an alligator. They’re starting to get their heads around how weird the place is.”

    Annihilation is based on JeffVanderMeer’s 2014 novel, the first book in the Southern Reach trilogy, which the author continued with Authority and then wrapped up with Acceptance. “I was in post-production on Ex Machina, and one of the producers of that film, Scott Rudin, called up and said, ‘I just acquired this book, I think it’s interesting and, would you take a look,'” says Garland, whose screenwriting credits also include Dredd and 28 Days Later. “I don’t finish books, or films, or anything, really, if it isn’t grabbing me for one reason. Well, I read it in a sitting. I found the atmosphere incredibly strong and I liked the kind of dream state that it created and put me in. It had all sorts of qualities that I found really interesting. I thought immediately, Yes, I’d like to try this.”

    Isaac recently promised EW that Annihilation would be “very weird and very beautiful.” “That’s what we were shooting for,” says Garland. “The beauty part of it was quite important. Even when it’s grim, and something dark is happening, there’s quite an overt beauty, and we took pains to make sure that happened.”

    Although the original book is part of a trilogy, Garland says he regards his film as a standalone movie. “I did once work on a film called Dredd, which I imagined to be the first part of a trilogy,” says Garland. “But it’s not something I like doing. I’d rather work on a story that I felt was self-contained rather than one that sort of had a ‘dot-dot-dot’ at the end. I think that provokes a sort of instant, understandable, cynicism. We sense the money grab and I feel that pollutes the story. So, right from the get-go, I did not think of this as being part of a trilogy; I thought of it as being just a single, self-contained movie. If other people wanted to do that, that would be fine. That’s none of my business. But from my point of view, it’s just one.”

    Annihilation — a Paramount Pictures and Skydance presentation — is in theaters Feb. 23, 2018.

  • Sisiwakanamaru
    120 points Sep 26,2017, 10:44am

    I cannot wait for new movie from Alex Garland after Ex Machina.

  • Princecoyote
    55 points Sep 26,2017, 11:08am

    The book is very mysterious. It will be interesting to see how it translates to film.

  • dannie_dorko
    33 points Sep 26,2017, 11:33am

    Alex Garland sure likes to cast Oscar Isaac as a scientist in his films.

  • crusty_jugglers93
    14 points Sep 26,2017, 10:55am

    I forgot all about this movie after its release date got pushed back to 2018. Very excited to see how Alex Garland does after Ex Machina which took most by surprise.

  • wbridgman
    15 points Sep 26,2017, 11:38am

    Reminds me of the plot of Stalker.

  • SurrealKarma
    10 points Sep 26,2017, 11:45am

    Don't know much about this, but that's a nice croc prop.

  • markdeez33
    9 points Sep 26,2017, 11:51am

    Poe Dameron & Padme!? Sign me up.

  • Estoye
    5 points Sep 26,2017, 12:00pm

    That's a very dangerous cereal bowl to eat out of, Natalie.

  • Chaosgodsrneat
    2 points Sep 26,2017, 12:27pm

    All dem teeth and no toothbrush....

  • Tolkfan
    3 points Sep 26,2017, 1:17pm

    "Hi, I'm Natalie Portman, welcome to Jackass!"

  • disimportant
    2 points Sep 26,2017, 1:38pm

    Stalker is my favorite film of all-time, but the more I read/see about this the more I sense it wont' be all that similar.

    Examining the crocodile like "oh interesting, look how weird this is" to me puts it too far in the realm of observation and far away from surrealism. In Stalker, when weird things happen you don't have the characters talking about it obsessively, it just happens. That atmosphere creates an almost dreamlike trance that takes you to another place and gives the film its power.

    I'm sure the film will be interesting and worth watching, but it won't be what I was hoping.

  • BackerdsDiode
    2 points Sep 26,2017, 1:53pm

    Nothing can hurt her. Haven't you heard her rap?

  • jasonj2232
    3 points Sep 26,2017, 12:07pm

    I literally finished watching Ex Machina for the first time 10 minutes ago! Excellent movie!

  • mailtrailfail
    3 points Sep 26,2017, 11:40am
  • CurlySauce
    2 points Sep 26,2017, 12:37pm

    Finished the Southern Reach trilogy not too long back, and I'm pretty excited for this film, the cast is stellar and this is easily the strongest book in the series.

    Curious to see how they present some of the book content on the big screen, as The Tunnel/Tower/Anomaly is such an alien concept alongside Saul & The Crawler. Really hope they use the white rabbit sequence in this film, it's such a odd and unsettling scene from the second book and I feel it would do a great job helping set up Area X.

  • Panda_hat
    2 points Sep 26,2017, 11:35am

    “I did once work on a film called Dredd, which I imagined to be the first part of a trilogy,” says Garland.

    You're breaking my heart here Alex.... cries quietly in the corner

    Expecting this film to be spectacular.

  • 1question2
    1 points Sep 26,2017, 1:48pm

    FUCKING FINANLLLLLLY

  • BlakeJackson42
    1 points Sep 26,2017, 1:51pm

    So the Biologist has a name in this? 👀

  • Nuwanda84
    1 points Sep 26,2017, 1:57pm

    You had me at Natalie Portman.

  • the_mangobanana
    1 points Sep 26,2017, 1:59pm

    I loved Ex Machina, and I have all kinds of time for Oscar Isaac.

  • Professor_Snarf
    1 points Sep 26,2017, 11:58am

    Just an FYI, but the books are awesome.

    The story is very hard to sum up, but it's essentially a sci-fi story about the adaptability of nature and our place in it. Plus, there's vanishing rabbits, sentient cell phones and a man who washes a mouse.

    I highly recommend the books, and anything Jeff Vandermeer has written.

  • drchopsalot
    1 points Sep 26,2017, 12:20pm

    She's the leader of Naboo.

  • fleckney7
    1 points Sep 26,2017, 1:07pm

    I am absolutely on board.

  • colabucks9
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 11:31am

    Cannot wait for this one!

  • Warden_de_Dios
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 11:54am

    The first book was awesome but I couldn't even finish the third book

  • feor1300
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 11:52am

    "Tut tut, someone hasn't been flossing."

  • Suiradnase
    -1 points Sep 26,2017, 12:02pm

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but wouldn't it be next to impossible to hold an alligator's mouth open?

  • Dino1482
    -2 points Sep 26,2017, 11:39am

    I've seen an early rough cut of the film in April. I'd say it was pretty spectacular, apart from a few issues that I obviously can't talk about since I signed my life away. But overall, you guys should be hyped for this. Garland is an incredible storyteller.

  • Sun-Mar-27
    -1 points Sep 26,2017, 12:14pm

    How useless is that tag? "MEDIA"....well I sure fucking hope so.

    me·di·a1ˈmēdēə/Submitnoun1.the main means of mass communication (broadcasting, publishing, and the Internet), regarded collectively.

    If it's not "media" then why am I here?

  • Work_the_shaft
    -1 points Sep 26,2017, 12:47pm

    So I'm pretty sure no human is strong enough to hold a gators mouth open like that. You can hold them shut quite easily, but open?

  • Le_Arsonist
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 12:12pm

    Just finished the book over the weekend. Really enjoyed it. Can't wait to see this adaptation.

  • BetaSupreme
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 12:20pm

    I never knew this movie existed

  • branchswinginghaster
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 12:21pm

    Wow, I never heard of this project

  • raykwonx
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 12:24pm

    This is better than any trailer, trailer for a trailer, announcement for a date for a trailer....that I've seen in several years.

    I'm so excited for this!

  • Toaster0107
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 12:24pm

    I absolutely couldn't engage with the novel and didn't even bother with the rest of the series, but this has me really excited, because Alex Garland is a terrific writer and I'll watch Natalie Portman in (almost) anything.

  • Fenric_Lamar
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 12:48pm

    I just finished reading this trilogy and I honestly found it very disappointing. It suffers from having a teaser description on the back cover that's more interesting than anything that happens in the book. Great concept, bad execution. Having said that, I love me some Garland so I'm happy to see that he's taking some liberties with the story and making it his own.

  • THAT-IS-NEAT
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 12:51pm

    What does the inside of a gators mouth smell like?

  • Mihairokov
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 12:58pm

    Sign me up for this one!

  • TheSwansonCode
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 12:58pm

    Just finished this trilogy recently and had no clue they're making a movie (are they doing the whole trilogy?). I honestly don't know if they can pull it off but I'll be very excited if they do, I fucking LOVE Ex Machina!

  • Ar3s21
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 1:26pm

    Could the alligator not close his lower jaw?

  • Implausibilibuddy
    0 points Sep 26,2017, 1:45pm

    Did Hollywood learn nothing from Battleship? This whole movies-based-on toys thing is getting out of hand.

    Edit: /S

    ffs

  • GregLittlefield
    -2 points Sep 26,2017, 11:12am

    tickle tickle...

  • delkeece
    -2 points Sep 26,2017, 12:07pm

    That is the wrong way to handle that kind of mouth.

  • ggrabows25
    -4 points Sep 26,2017, 12:13pm

    No one can hold a crocs mouth open, they are way too strong. Really easy to hold closed though. Just saying.

  • BackerdsDiode
    -1 points Sep 26,2017, 1:16pm

    Wait for it, wait for iiiiiiitttt.... LET GO!!!!!!

  • CoffinDancr
    -2 points Sep 26,2017, 11:14am

    *Isaac

  • tkman2385
    -2 points Sep 26,2017, 11:43am

    I need this right now.

  • hudspud2
    -2 points Sep 26,2017, 12:28pm

    A movie with a cool, long name that isn't actually sappy oscar bait and actually has an interesting premise? Sign me up!

    Stronger, Demolition, Concussion, etc.

    Glad to see that a movie called "Annihilation" isn't about a recently laid off white collar worker dealing with the "Annihilation" of his professional and home lives.

  • Smokeypotatoes
    -3 points Sep 26,2017, 12:24pm

    It’s insanely hard to hold a crocodile’s jaws open.

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#2 Official IMAX Poster for Jigsaw

Movie News and Discussion

COMMENTS

  • THE_ULTIMATE_RAPIST
    64 points Sep 27,2017, 2:55pm

    You're tearing me apart Jigsaw

  • gregoreo18
    37 points Sep 27,2017, 4:02pm

    Cool poster, i'm sure the movie will be shit though

  • brandonsamd6
    15 points Sep 27,2017, 4:45pm

    I just rewatched the whole series this week after going to the Saw house at Halloween Horror Nights, I’m so pumped for this

  • Mook8998
    5 points Sep 27,2017, 7:14pm

    Cool poster. This is the final film right? Didn't they say that about the last one...

  • kijib
    2 points Sep 27,2017, 8:21pm

    Torture Porn

    Now in IMAX 3D

  • carolinemathildes
    1 points Sep 27,2017, 7:03pm

    Ooh this would be a fun movie to see in IMAX.

  • deraj36
    1 points Sep 27,2017, 7:08pm

    I wonder how Tobin Bell will be back. The sequels really ran the idea that he planned everything out into the ground, but it would also be ludicrous for him to be alive somehow. I guess it could be a prequel to the series or take place between 1 and 3.

  • alexandra8mcinnes
    1 points Sep 27,2017, 9:16pm

    All I see is a guy really going for that high note in some 80s power ballad

  • TJ_McWeaksauce
    1 points Sep 27,2017, 9:28pm

    This looks like the poster for one of those B movies that are intended to be scary but end up being funny, instead. Maybe we'll find out that Jigsaw was a lovable scamp before he decided to become a serial killer.

  • Turok1134
    1 points Sep 27,2017, 9:32pm

    Dude just looks like he's rocking out to Lynyrd Skynyrd rather than fearing for his life.

  • bildredmonk
    0 points Sep 27,2017, 9:27pm

    This is totally unrelated (and downvote me accordingly), but I desperately need to go to the bathroom.

COMMENTS

  • THE_ULTIMATE_RAPIST
    64 points Sep 27,2017, 2:55pm

    You're tearing me apart Jigsaw

  • gregoreo18
    37 points Sep 27,2017, 4:02pm

    Cool poster, i'm sure the movie will be shit though

  • brandonsamd6
    15 points Sep 27,2017, 4:45pm

    I just rewatched the whole series this week after going to the Saw house at Halloween Horror Nights, I’m so pumped for this

  • CatheterC0wb0y
    11 points Sep 27,2017, 4:41pm

    Didn’t know this was gonna be in IMAX. Just like Geostorm, this movie will probably suck and still be the same as the other “Saw” movies after the first one. BUT, since I loved the Saw movies, as long as it’s gory as fuck with tons of traps. sign me up.

  • Mook8998
    5 points Sep 27,2017, 7:14pm

    Cool poster. This is the final film right? Didn't they say that about the last one...

  • kijib
    2 points Sep 27,2017, 8:21pm

    Torture Porn

    Now in IMAX 3D

  • carolinemathildes
    1 points Sep 27,2017, 7:03pm

    Ooh this would be a fun movie to see in IMAX.

  • deraj36
    1 points Sep 27,2017, 7:08pm

    I wonder how Tobin Bell will be back. The sequels really ran the idea that he planned everything out into the ground, but it would also be ludicrous for him to be alive somehow. I guess it could be a prequel to the series or take place between 1 and 3.

  • alexandra8mcinnes
    1 points Sep 27,2017, 9:16pm

    All I see is a guy really going for that high note in some 80s power ballad

  • TJ_McWeaksauce
    1 points Sep 27,2017, 9:28pm

    This looks like the poster for one of those B movies that are intended to be scary but end up being funny, instead. Maybe we'll find out that Jigsaw was a lovable scamp before he decided to become a serial killer.

  • Turok1134
    1 points Sep 27,2017, 9:32pm

    Dude just looks like he's rocking out to Lynyrd Skynyrd rather than fearing for his life.

  • bildredmonk
    0 points Sep 27,2017, 9:27pm

    This is totally unrelated (and downvote me accordingly), but I desperately need to go to the bathroom.