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Feb 23, 2021

[Answer] Which film's movie poster came before even the script or plot?

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...1. "The Graduate" 2. "The Usual Suspects" 3. "American Beauty" 4. "The Godfather"




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"The Usual Suspects" - “The Usual Suspects” (1995) had one of the most iconic movie posters of all times, and that may be because the idea behind the poster was conceived before the film. Inspired by a line in “Casablanca” (1942) to “round up the usual suspects,” the vivid imagery of the lineup came before the story. Screenwriter Christopher McQuarrie envisioned the movie poster, and then created the character Keyser SÓ§ze, based on true criminal John List. Working at a detective agency and law firm at the time, McQuarrie was also inspired by his colleagues who were namesakes for the film’s characters. While the film’s lineup was initially meant to be played stoically, the actors couldn’t play it straight, which led to the scene mirrored in the poster being even more memorable.:


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