Amazing Poster for Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film For Theaters (Updated)

As if the Mooninite terror alert wasn’t enough stellar marketing for the upcoming Aqua Teen Hunger Force movie, check out this new poster for the flick done by Richard Corben of Heavy Metal fame. Absolutely brilliant… it just became my new desktop wallpaper. I’m assuming (and hoping) there will be a proper version of this poster released without all the screening info crap too.

You know, I wasn’t all that stoked about seeing this movie, but these Adult Swim folks are really starting to win me over. Just like the slick packaging for their DVD box sets, they might swindle me into seeing this film just based on the promotional materials alone. Check out a much higher res version of the poster over at Popcorn and Sticky Floors. Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film For Theaters is in limited release on March 23rd, 2007.

Update: Added the official one-sheet.

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  • Ian

    It looks like a fun one. I’m one of those guys that actually still enjoys a good number of the Adult Swim shows Aqua Teen included. However, I will be interested to see how that kind of comedy will hold up being translated to a 90 minute narrative presumably with a beginning middle and end, and some kind of broad enough appeal to motivate it getting a theatrical releas.

  • Mike

    You might wanna check on your artist attribution for the poster, ’cause I’ll betcha that isn’t Corben. If I was forced to guess, I’d say it was Boris Vallejo.

  • You could be right… I originally got this info from They wrote:

    “There is apparently a poster for the movie forthcoming… allegedly being done by the same guy who did the cover for Meatloaf’s Bat Out Of Hell album”. (Which is Richard Corben.) But I haven’t been able to find any official confirmation of that anywhere.

    I’ve seen other blogs mention Vallejo too but only that it looks like his style, not that he actually did it.

  • jca

    Richard Corben just sent an email saying he did not illustrate the poster:

  • Thanks for the update. I still haven’t been able to find out who did it either. Probably some poor intern over at Williams Street who is getting no credit whatsoever for making such a cool poster.

  • jca

    Finally confirmed the poster is by Julie Bell and Boris Valljeo.

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