So far, we haven't really seen a proper poster for Jack the Giant Slayer, just poster-shaped images of the movie's title, both now that it's called Jack the Giant Slayer and back when it was still titled Jack the Giant Killer. Now, though, Warner Bros. has issued a proper one sheet, one with the look of a teaser poster.
Mike Wahlberg and Dwayne Johnson are both in fantastic shape, and the new theatrical one sheet for Pain & Gain emphasizes their buffedness by putting them both in tank tops. Because huge muscles alone don't get the point across, the two stand before a big American flag, Patton-style, and a tagline declares "Their American Dream is Bigger Than Yours."
The very first teaser poster for Oblivion is making the rounds online, and unlike most posters for movies starring Tom Cruise, this one doesn't even show his famous mug.
Paramount Picture has rolled out an international poster for G.I. Joe: Retaliation, and it emphasizes two elements not so present before the film was unceremoniously delayed: 3D and Channing Tatum.
Paramount Pictures has revealed the first official teaser poster for Star Trek Into Darkness, J.J. Abrams' sequel to his 2009 reboot of Gene Roddenberry's longstanding property built around a hopeful vision of the far future.
Does your Friday need just a tiny bit of adorable monsters being all adorable together? If the answer is yes, then you're luck, because Disney has unveiled not one, but two new posters for Monsters University, the prequel to Monsters Inc.
Amongst Richard B. Riddick's hobbies are killing people, wearing shirts without sleeves, shaving his head, wearing his dark goggles, traveling the universe, and boogie boarding. He's only doing a few of those things on an international poster for Riddick, the sequel that finds Vin Diesel playing the intergalactic mass murderer for a third time.
If you've gone to a midnight IMAX show of any huge tentpole movie like The Dark Knight Rises or Skyfall in the last few years, then you probably got your hands on an exclusive little poster just for the midnight IMAX crowd. Since The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is most definitely a huge tentpole movie, it is of course in on the IMAX poster game.
Warner Bros. has unveiled not just one such poster for the first-third of this J.R.R. Tolkien adaptation, but four exclusive midnight IMAX posters.
What's better than four teaser posters for A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III? That's right, five teaser posters for next year's comedy, each retro poster featuring just one suggestive image per poster. With a single actor's name adorning each, this batch is basically a bunch of character posters, but without the characters.
It's still a year out from release, but Lionsgate is wasting no time building up anticipation for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Since the sequel is still in production, it's too early for your standard poster or even a teaser poster, really, so instead we've got a motion poster that adds a bit of movement to a familiar, fiery image.