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Three Character Posters of 'Public Enemies' Come Out

May 14, 2009 (4:50 am) GMT
Johnny Depp, Christian Bale and Marion Cotillard each receives an individual shot in the freshly-released character posters of Michael Mann's 'Public Enemies'.

Gearing up to the July theatrical release of "", Universal Pictures have brought forth three brand new character posters for the forthcoming crime drama film. Each of the one-sheets takes a close-up look at as John Dillinger, as Billie Frechette and as FBI's top agent Melvin Purvis.

Both of the Dillinger and Purvis' posters see Depp and Bale with gun in their hand. Dillinger's one-sheet displays the bank robber hanging on a car with one hand and handling his gun with the other, while Purvis' exhibits the agent standing vigilant behind a tree. Frechette's poster, on the other hand, exposes the Dillinger's lover wearing fur shawl.

From the director of "" comes "Public Enemies", a movie about charismatic bank robber, John Dillinger, whose lightning raids made him the number one target of J. Edgar Hoover's fledgling FBI and its top agent, Melvin Purvis, and a folk hero to much of the downtrodden public. It is adapted from Bryan Burrough's book "Public Enemies: America's Greatest Crime Wave and the Birth of the FBI, 1933-34".

Aside from Johnny Depp, Marion Cotillard and Christian Bale, the crime drama for Universal Pictures features also the likes of , , and . "Public Enemies" will raid theaters across the U.S. on July 1.



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