Free Birds takes its heroes on an animated adventure that goes way beyond what you'd expect of these anthropomorphized turkeys.
As a brand new theatrical trailer shows that Free Birds takes it adorable animal protagonists on a ride with very few rules, a ride that involves presidential pardons, odd couple bickering, top secret laboratories, and even time travel. Basically, between the trailer and a poster, this looks pretty fantastic.
Zero Charisma, the first trailer and poster for which just landed online, appears to be a movie very much of our time.
The debut one sheet for this Novembers The Book Thief puts the adaptation's young heroine front and center.
Let's add two more striking one sheets to the pile of posters promoting The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, all of which place Ben Stiller in an unusual setting.
A crop of eight new images from The Counselor throw down with the thriller's phenomenal cast and director Ridley Scott.
Our first, slightly blurry look at the film's poster, meanwhile, puts all The Counselor's famous faces in a row to get moviegoers saying, "Damn, Brad Pitt and Javier Bardem" as quickly as possible.
The latest poster for Alfonso Cuaron's ambitious Gravity gets uncomfortably close to George Clooney, one of the only two actors to appear onscreen in the unconventional white knuckle thriller.
The first poster for George Clooney's next directorial endeavor, The Monuments Men, doesn't need to be especially complicated.
Really all it needs to do make it clear that this movie does indeed star Clooney, Matt Damon, Bill Murray, John Goodman, Jean Dujardin, Bob Balaban, and Cate Blanchett. That's exactly what it does, putting the eponymous fellows front and center, but only listing Blanchett by name.
The new poster for Joseph Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut Don Jon declares, "Everybody loves a happy ending."
The sly grins sported by Gordon-Levitt and costars Scarlett Johansson and Julianne Moore let the viewer know that this poster loves a good pun.
Remember, the enemy's gate is down. It's also behind you.
Or at least it's behind the Battle School cadet on the final poster for this year's Ender's Game.
Universal Pictures isn't dribbling out promotional material from this winter's Lone Survivor.
Instead of whetting our appetite for Peter Berg's based-on-a-true-story Navy SEAL tale, the studio has instead opened up the Lone Survivor floodgates, revealing a full-on theatrical trailer, official poster, and no fewer than ten stills highlighting the cast.