The main audience for the film is 3 year olds to 50 years because there is lots of adventure in it and danger for the younger viewers with the occasional love interest for the older viewers.
The main title of the film is in the middle of the poster as the Bond collection of films is well known and people would recognise the poster and style of film instantly.
The main symbols on the film poster are Bonds trade mark gun and his classic suit. The suit represents the fashion of the time and the fact that he travels the world to lots of sunny countries. The gun suggest that Bond is a traditional spy who likes to shot to kill as he carries a gun which tells the viewer that he possibly gets into a lot of danger and trouble.
The poster is split into thirds, with the main character of Bond in the centre along with his assistant.. In the other two thirds of the poster there is a lot of action like explosions and buildings falling down
The colours used on this film poster are yellows and oranges and dark browns and blacks. The black on the dress can represent death or possible heartbreak for Bond. The dark brown on the poster could represent some dirt and the black could represent death. The complicated pattern could represent how the film is complicated to understand.
Film Poster Analysis and DVD cove r
The main figure of the film posters is the Main character Bond to tell the audience that he is the main thing in this film. The main character is represented in photographic form and has been super imposed onto the background as it was probably to dangerous to put the actor in that type danger when taking the photo. The poster also has the other main character on it to show that
The back of the DVD cover feature images from the film and a blurb to promote the film. As a DVD cover it is quite simple as it only features two characters of Bond and the other main character.
The DVD cover is similar to the poster as it features the main actor of Daniel Craig...