December continues to inch closer and with it, the release of a number of anticipated films. For those looking for an especially exciting visual experience, there's Life of Pi (now playing) and Cirque Du Soleil: Worlds Away, both of which will be offered in 3D and - from the trailers - look like they'll be real feasts for the eyes in addition to potentially great movies. Some new posters for Cirque Du Soleil have made their way online, all of which show off the unique look of the movie along with some of the other selling points.
Executive produced by James Cameron and directed by Andrew Adamson, Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away is an original story that follows a young couple who are separated and attempt to find one another while journeying through dreamlike worlds. Those familiar with Cirque du Soleil know that the act features a mixture of circus arts and street entertainment, including graceful and impressive acrobatics. Based on the trailer, it looks like the film will incorporate all of that, while also adding 3D technology, which could make for a truly stunning visual experience.
Fandango posted four new posters for the film, two of which you can view below.
All of the posters use a quote to highlight a key aspect of the show. The first one focuses on the romance, giving us a look at the two leads on the verge of a kiss, beneath the quote, "A fantastical love story." And the second one reminds us of the "vibrant spectacle" in store with a glimpse of four very flexible performers. You can check out the other two posters here.
Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away arrives in theaters December 21. More information, photos and video can be found in our Blend Film Database.
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