Entertainment Weekly is out, and I don't know, something about this image just... bothers me. I haven't seen Up in the Air, but from what I understand, part of its appeal (in addition to the Clooney character) is that Vera Farmiga and Anna Kendrick are presented as real, interesting women with lives, issues, and story arcs of their own. And yet here they're used as props to the ultimate object of interest, Clooney. Moreover, in the film Kendrick's relationship with Clooney is not romantic, but here it looks like some kind of love triangle! Seeing these two fiery women draped over Clooney adoringly (and Vera's lipstick/hair color washing her out so much!) just bugs me. I don't know, am I being too sensitive? What do you think about the cover?
(Image via EW.com)