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.
Somebody must have been reading Necronomicon pages, because the first poster for next year's remake of Sam Raimi's Evil Dead has appeared online, and it makes an outrageous promise that recalls the tagline of the original.
Thanks to Universal Pictures, we now have a new poster for This Is 40, the upcoming comedy-drama from Judd Apatow.
A second official one sheet for Warm Bodies has shambled online, conveying the general idea behind the movie with a dreamboat zombie offering a pretty lady flowers.
As a bunch of fans already camped out would happily inform you, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 closes out the hugely profitable franchise in theaters this Friday. So with Summit Entertainment's sparkly vampires on the way out, Open Road Films is pimping The Host the next movie based on another novel by Stephenie Meyer.
The trailer will likely be arriving online before Breaking Dawn arrives, but today, we have a theatrical one-sheet for The Host.
The Weinstein Company has revealed a new domestic one sheet for Django Unchained, one that puts Jamie Foxx front and center as the titular freed slave. Flanking Django are Leonardo DiCaprio as the villainous plantation owner Calvin Candie and Christoph Waltz as Dr. King Schultz, the German dentist and bounty hunter who teams up with our hero.
If ever you've had a night when you partied with such reckless abandon that you transcended mere celebration and became a true party animal, then you'll recognize the emotions on the first poster for 21 and Over, even if you've never stood on a cop car with a teddy bear covering your privates and raised a fist to the air in defiant exultation.
As the title implies, Gangster Squad is not about just one character, but a squad of cops in 1949 Los Angeles meant to take out the biggest crimelord in the city's history. Warner Bros released eight new banners promoting next year's crime-centric actioner, six of which cover members of the eponymous crime fighters and two of which feature figures unaffiliated with law enforcement.
Finally, a bit of poster art at which Captain America would exclaim, "I understood that reference!" Disney has released the second of three poster nuglets for Oz: The Great and Powerful, and the presence of, amongst other things, flying monkeys clues us in to the fact that is a prequel to The Wizard of Oz.