Survival is Victory in These New Banners and TV Spots for Dunkirk

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A set of corresponding banners and TV spots for Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk were unveiled via IGN and the official website this week. Each tagged with the Survival is Victory line, the banners highlight the three settings Dunkirk focuses on: air, land, and sea. The TV spots are similar, with the focus drawing from a core theme of each setting: hunted, surrounded, and trapped. Check out the banners and spots below:

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Second Poster for Dunkirk Gets Close Up on Fionn Whitehead

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The second poster for Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk was released online this afternoon. It features Fionn Whitehead crawling across the dangerous beaches at Dunkirk. The poster also uses the great tagline featured in recent marketing: When 400,000 men couldn’t get home, home came for them. With the poster also came a banner of similar design. Check out the full versions below:

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The Second Full Length Trailer for Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk is Here!

UPDATE (5.15.17): We’ve updated the story with the new IMAX version of the trailer, which is presented in the 65mm aspect ratio of 2.20:1 and appears to have a slight color grading adjustment.

We’ve had a week worth of teases leading up to this, but now the “Official Main Trailer” for Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk is here! Quite different from most trailers, especially most third trailers for films, most people have compared it to the 5-minute Prologue released with Rogue One and Kong: Skull Island. It’s a tense and heart pounding 2½-minutes, but it focuses on survival rather than story. Because of this it has received a neutral Trailer Shield rating, for those of you cautious about spoilers. As always you can head over to our Forums to learn more. Dunkirk swarms theaters and IMAX on July 21, 2017.

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