Thanks for the warning, the pic is obviously designed to trick the audience.
Poster art is ALWAYS designed to trick the audience. It is the ultimate in packaged cons. Next comes the movie trailers and TV ads, proving Barnum's theory with every airing that indeed one is born every minute.
Speaking of, here's a few I've bought and actually liked. So take it from the TV and movie slut here, these are worth the time.....Battlestar Gallactica: Blood and Chrome
is now out on DVD, along with both the original and the 1980 versions of that series. Blood and Chrome
is an above-average prequel from the BSG
producers, showing Adama's first duty assignment during the tail end of the first Cylon war. It's well-cast, with good special effects and writing. They evidently learned their lesson from Caprica
and went back to the grittier look, which fits.
One older series is now out: Sanctuary,
a sort of Warehouse 13
for living "abnormals," with Stargate SG-1
's Amanda Tapping as a 149-year-old brunette billionaire part-vampire...which fits into about half of all stories in unexpected ways. The new definition of eerie, Christopher Heyerdahl ("The Swede" from Hell on Wheels
) is a recurring co-star as Jack the Ripper. I bought this as a study in use of the new RED digital camera process and wound up hooked on the offbeat scripts, the majority of which are done by the series creator. When Bigfoot slaps you upside the head, you know you've arrived.....
Another DVD offering: Robert Carlyle (Stargate SGU) as Rumplestiltzkin in the amazing Once Upon a Time.
Yeah, other fairy-tale characters also come to life here, both in flashbacks to their original realm and present-day antics in a lovely East Coast town, but the spinner of gold clearly dominates this cast.