Friday, January 3, 2020

Jojo Rabbit movie billboards...

Jojo Rabbit movie billboard
This awards season Taika Waititi's World War II satire Jojo Rabbit is in the spotlight with two Golden Globe nominations, for Best Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical and for its young star, Roman Griffin Davis, and two Screen Actors Guild nominations, for Outstanding Cast and for Scarlett Johansson for Best Supporting Actress.
Never too soon to teach Jojo Rabbit FYC billboard
Based on Christine Leunen's 2008 book Caging Skies, in the film Davis plays a young 10-year-old German boy named 'Johannes "Jojo" Betzler' living in Nazi Germany towards the end of WWII.

He attends Hitler Youth camp and has an imaginary friend in the form of the Führer himself (played by the film's director), but soon discovers his mother 'Rosie' (Johansson) is hiding a Jewish girl named 'Elsa Korr' (Thomasin McKenzie) in the attic of their home.
Never too soon for peace Jojo Rabbit FYC billboard
The theatrical release billboard for the comedy-drama was spotted along Pico Boulevard on October 22, whilst the 'For your consideration' billboards were spied along Melrose Avenue and La Brea Avenue on December 19, 2019.
Jojo Rabbit film billboard
Fans of the film can also check out these movie costumes from Jojo Rabbit on display when the picture was released.
Never too soon to teach Jojo Rabbit FYC billboard
As these billboards suggest, it's never too soon to teach, it's never too soon for peace and most importantly, it's never too soon to discover there are no good Nazis.

Enjoy the first weekend of the New Year.
Never too soon for peace Jojo Rabbit FYC billboard
UPDATED: Here's another ad creative in the 'Never too soon' consideration campaign spotted along Santa Monica Boulevard in West L.A. on January 10, 2020.
Never too soon to love Jojo Rabbit FYC billboard
UPDATED: Congratulations to Jojo Rabbit for its six Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay (Taika Waititi), Best Supporting Actress (Scarlett Johansson), Best Costume Design (Mayes C. Rubeo), Best Production Design (Ra Vincent, Nora Sopková) and Best Film Editing (Tom Eagles).
Consider Jojo Rabbit Oscar nominee billboard
This black and white 'Consider' ad creative and Oscar nominee billboard were snapped along La Brea Avenue and above Wilshire Boulevard on January 28, 2020.
Jojo Rabbit Oscar nominee billboard
Let's see if these billboards can help the film snatch some trophies at the 92nd Academy Awards.
Consider Jojo Rabbit Oscar billboard

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