What with Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher starring in basically the same film just a few months ago, Screen Gems has a tough task at hand in making their film look unique and worthwhile against No Strings Attached. So, really, who's going to blame them for not even bothering with such an exhausting uphill struggle, instead just phoning it in with an image that wearily notes, "our movie has these people instead of those people"? Can anyone honestly say they'd have bothered to try any harder?
Full thing under the cut.
'Friends with Benefits' Poster [IMPA]
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