The Kidd here...
I've got to hand it to Universal Pictures as they seem to be doing everything right in their build to the Christmas Day release of LES MISÉRABLES.
The recent featurette which showed director Tom Hooper's decision to record the cast's performances on-set gave a really interesting look into the process under which the adaptation of the Broadway musical is operating, and overall the magnitude and scope of the film looked quite impressive in bringing this beloved stage show to the big screen. As someone who has yet to experience LES MISÉRABLES, they've got my money during the holidays.
Now they've released a new one sheet that is consistent with some of the familiar imagery associated with the Broadway show, showing off a real-life vision of the character Cosette.
If it ain't broken, there's no reason to fix it. LES MISÉRABLES was a success on Broadway for a reason, so Universal might as well stick to the formula that helped that happen as best as they can whenever they can.
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