The Wandering Earth releases art posters, brought by Netflix

Director Frant Gwo will be on a mini-US tour on the 22nd in LA and 24th in NY. Tickets have already been raffled off, but you might try and look for scalpers if you’re interested.

Sci-fi blockbuster The Wandering Earth 流浪地球, which now has China’s second highest box office second only to Wolf Warrior 2 , released a set of Chinese-styled art posters probably to just spend some of all their profits. I think their carved book poster is still the best poster by far, though.   

The film is still screening in select AMC theaters in U.S., Canada, New Zealand, and Australia. It will be streamable on Netflix after some unannounced time.  . 

Given these planets tangyuans, I’m going to take a wild guess and say they planned to release this for the Lantern Festival but missed the deadline.

 

3 thoughts on “The Wandering Earth releases art posters, brought by Netflix

  1. I like the style of these posters, but I agree — the carved book one is the best. I found it interesting that they’ve already announced the Netflix purchase when the movie is still in theaters. I know for myself, that won’t encourage me to go watch it in theaters haha.

    • Watching it in the movie theater with the large screen and surround sound is much more immersive than streaming it on Netflix.

      I haven’t gone to the movie theater in years. But for this movie, I did. And it was totally worth it. Exhilarating action and superb CGI along with some very emotional moments thrown in. Only paid $5 for a ticket at my local AMC theater, got my moneys worth. Really recommend this movie.

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