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Get That Look: Looper Couture

To celebrate the DVD release of Looper, we’ve obtained some blog posts from the future. Year 2044 to be specific, the year Joseph Gordon Levitt and Bruce Willis meet in Looper, the gritty sci-fi action flick that is set to hit shelves on DVD and Blu-ray this holiday season. 2044 is a stylish dystopia run by mobsters who employ Loopers – assassins who do their dirty work.

Dive deeper into the world of Looper and pick up the Blu-ray at Amazon available December 31.

Today’s Looper is unmistakably hip, with a retro-futuristic flair. Ties, combed hair, leather jacket. They look back to Mid-20th Century noir films and teen heartthrobs for their style inspiration. Think Marlon Brando in The Wild One or James Dean in Rebel Without a Cause.

1. Grease up your hair with some thick pomade.


Nothing says “I kill strangers for a living” like a sick, slick do.

2. Get a nice clean white tee.

As long as you can keep the bloodstains off your whites, you’ll look fresh to death.

3. Baracuta-style jacket.


This classic look from the 1950s never goes out of style.

4. Nice, clean and slim charcoal slacks.

If you do your job right, you won’t be tussling in the mud. You have no reason not to look suave.

5. Badass pocketwatch.


No looper’s going to be caught dead without a slick timepiece. This antique model is something your great-great-great grandfather might’ve worn.

Check out a new trailer for Looper below and pick up the Blu-ray at Amazon available December 31.

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