Bullet Train Movie Posters Give Stunning Look At Brad Pitt’s Rivals

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Sony releases official character posters for Bullet Train’s menagerie of assassins, who will square off with Brad Pitt’s Ladybug for a big prize.

A collection of new Bullet Train character posters highlights the menagerie of assassins set to square off with Brad Pitt for the film’s top prize. What was supposed to be an easy job for one unlucky hitman turns out to be more than Ladybug (Pitt) bargained for after boarding a bullet train in Japan to retrieve a briefcase. Despite constant communication with his handler, Maria Beetle (Sandra Bullock), Pitt’s Bullet Train protagonist must fend off at least nine different contenders for the bounty, all irregular but highly skilled killers.

Now, Sony gives Ladybug’s rivals the spotlight in a series of official character posters. Pitt’s character leads the charge, followed by co-stars Bad Bunny, Andrew Koji, Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, Zazie Beetz, Logan Lerman, Michael Shannon, and Hiroyuki Sanada, capped off by an unknown actor as the mascot Momomon. Accompanying each character is a distinct wallpaper design and Japanese kanji. Check out the posters below:


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Bullet Train - Wolf

Bullet Train - Andrew Koji

Bullet Train - Prince

Bullet Train - Tangerine

Bullet Train - Lemon

Bullet Train - Zazie Beetz

Bullet Train - Logan Lerman

Bullet Train - White Death

Bullet Train - Hiroyuki Sanada

Bullet Train - Momomon

Whereas the previously released Bullet Train movie poster featuring the cast offered a similar glimpse at the assassins, these posters provide a more personal look at each specific character. The wallpapers contain artwork relevant to their professional personas, like King’s Prince with her crowns and Henry’s Lemon with the fruit in the background. Some characters’ codenames are still a mystery, but fans can infer them through the koi fish behind Koji and what look like kingsnakes behind Beetz, for example. Regardless, the Bullet Train posters paint each assassin in a colorful and unique light, and viewers will get an even closer look at them when the movie releases in theaters on August 5.

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Source: Sony

Bullet Train (2022)Release date: Jul 29, 2022

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