Chan-wook Park, director of the Korean hit Oldboy, will release his next film, Lady Vengeance, in the U.S. this year. To choose the American poster, distributor Tartan Films has posted seven options on MySpace, encouraging users to vote on their favorite. Because it's on Myspace, you can also choose your favorite picture of a pre-teen with hair brushed over one eye.
Due to bandwidth constraints, I've been unable to view all of the images, but MySpace user Capt. Fukup assures me 5 is the strongest choice (and that he's interested in snowboarding and trance music).
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Despite their aggressive, nonstop marketing effort and the fact this Star Trek sequel is going to make a ton of money no matter what, Paramount remains worried no one is coming to see Star Trek Into Darkness, and they're going to look stupid in front of Benedict Cumberbatch. So... / Continue →