So, earlier on we were banging on about how good the film Sucker Punch looks, and about how not good the film Legend of the Guardians: Owls of Something Or Other, We Can't Remember looks. As if by magic – or, more accurately, by email – someone who works in PR for both films sent us some posters of the ladies from Sucker Punch, all of which are pretty good. Rest assured, there are no owls ahead.
The posters are as follows. Vanessa Hudgens as Blondie. She's not blonde, obviously, so we suspect this to be some kind of clever joke. Oh Sucker Punch, you card.
Emily Browning as Baby Doll. She's the lead character in the film, playing a girl who is sent to a mental institution and retreats into an imagined world that she believes will help her escape and is full of unfeasibly attractive fellow inmates. Emily Browning fact: She played the eldest sister in the movie Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events. If you haven't seen that movie then that's a rubbish fact.
Jena Malone as Rocket. Jena Malone's been in loads of stuff, since she started as a child actress. She was in Donnie Darko, which was completely excellent. She was also in Stepmom, which was dreadful manipulative crap. She was also in the sitcom Roseanne as Little Girl on Santa's Lap, which is a kind of amazing credit, but could be misconstrued.
Carla Gugino as Madam Gorski. You know her from Sin City and Watchmen, among other things. She's generally extremely proficient at the acting.
Abbie Cornish as Sweet Pea. Mmmm, Lord of the Rings-y.
Jamie Chung as Amber. We've literally never seen her in anything, but that's not her fault. Our paths just haven't crossed. It doesn't mean anyone's done anything wrong.
That is all the Sucker Punch posters we have. It's not out until 25th March next year. That's a pretty long time. You might want to see some other films in the meantime, maybe even that owl one, if you're into owls. It's your life.
Oh no, an owl! Sneaky owl.