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Exclusive: Mondo's 'Mud' Poster Debut Plus SXSW Gallery Shows

With SXSW set to kick off later this week, Mondo has given us the opportunity to debut their poster for Mud designed by the Australian super-duo known as We Buy Your Kids.

The film stars Matthew McConaughey as a fugitive who, with the help of two teenage boys, evades bounty hunters as he tries to reunite with his true love (Reese Witherspoon). The film will be screening at SXSW on Sunday, March 10 at noon at the Paramount Theater with a special Q&A session with McConaughey at 3:30 p.m. at the Vimeo Theater.

Mondo will also be hosting a couple of gallery shows during SXSW.

First up will be the Game of Thrones Gallery Show featuring Mondo posters for HBO's hit drama. The gallery will run from March 8-14. You can check out one of the preview posters released last week here.

The second gallery will feature the works of Tyler Stout and Ken Taylor, two of the most popular pop culture artists in the world. Opening March 15, the gallery will run until April 6 and is not to be missed. Check out a few of Ken Taylor's posters and Tyler Stout's posters from their official websites.

We'll be bringing you much more from SXSW in the coming days so be sure to check back here and follow along in our Indie Guide for the latest news and pics from Austin, Texas!

For now, here's the Mondo Mud poster. Click on it for a larger version.

Mud arrives in theaters April 26.

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