theatrical poster

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Noun1.theatrical poster - a poster advertising a show or play
placard, poster, posting, notice, bill, card - a sign posted in a public place as an advertisement; "a poster advertised the coming attractions"
top billing - the advertisement of a star's name at the top of a theatrical poster
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Each of the other members of the cast is also featured on individual posters, and a theatrical poster with Rebel Wilson's character on it had already been released.
He described the movie only as "a new nightmare" when tweeting its theatrical poster.
KARACHI -- The theatrical poster of the much-anticipated movie of this year Parwaaz Hai Junoon has now been unveiled.
A version of this still was used in a different poster design, the final theatrical poster in which the creature has Hawkins' character in his fin-adorned arms.
First seen on the official theatrical poster, fans of the franchise will recognise straight away that the Starkiller is a new interpretation of the famous Death Star from the original movie - and later the incomplete Death Star II from Return of the Jedi .
The trailer's release coincides with the launch of ticket sales for the film and comes directly after the unveiling of the theatrical poster.
And, like the productions they advertised, the theatrical poster's determination to stray outside the confines of its medium, to blur the boundary between real and fictive space, earned it the disapprobation of cultural arbiters.
"Everyman is interesting because it doesn't really look like a theatrical poster. Bo Bartlett (the artist) worked very closely with Frank Galati (the director of the production) on this poster - in fact, Bo was at the very first production meeting when Frank laid out his idea of the play.
A figurine of a boy holding a watermelon sells for about $30; a first edition of Maya Angelou's I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings garners $100, while a first edition of James Baldwin's Tell Me How Long the Train's Been Gone sells for $250; and an original theatrical poster of Josephine Baker (circa 1925-1946) can cost between $6,000 and $10,000.
Their genres range from post-impressionist paintings to theatrical posters. Several of them have become legendary figures of art history, influencing generations of art students and curators to this day.