Based on the violent international trailer we saw for "Django Unchained" yesterday and the movie's new international poster, we can pretty much assume that this movie is going to end with an epic showdown where Jamie Foxx's Django and Christoph Waltz's Dr. King Schultz face off against Leonardo DiCaprio's Calvin Candie.
We doubt we're the only ones getting this vibe. The new poster practically promises a big battle, with Django and Schultz teamed up together on the right while Candie lingers forebodingly on the left side of the image. It doesn't seem like too much of a stretch to assume that the red circle Candie's face is in promises plenty of blood and violence.
During their big coming-out weekend at New York Comic-Con, the folks behind the remake of "Carrie," starring Chloe Moretz, also took the opportunity to debut the international poster over at Dark Horizons. The one sheet for the film, which harkens back to Stephen King's original novel rather than the Brian De Palma film, features Moretz in a close-up and covered in blood.
The one aspect of the poster that may seem familiar to you is the stark text placed over Moretz's face, which reads "You will know her name." This style of poster has become fairly trendy in recent years, so we decided to round up all of the posters that look exactly like this.
See the full poster and its look-alikes after the jump!
"The World's End" is nigh!
Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg, and Nick Frost have been hard at work on the conclusion to their trilogy, which also included "Shaun of the Dead" and "Hot Fuzz," and while the movie is more than a year away for us in the States, the first poster for the apocalyptic comedy debuted today for at Fandango.
On top of Pegg and Frost, "The World's End" boasts an impressive cast full of Wright regulars, including Martin Freeman and Paddy Considine. Rosamund Pike will aslo star.
Check out the full poster after the jump!
"Waiting for Lightning" is a new documentary about the life and accomplishments of Danny Way, one of skateboarding's greatest innovators, whose feats include jumping out of a helicopter and vaulting the Great Wall of China on a board.
We are pleased to bring you the new poster for "Waiting for Lightning" in preparation for the film's debut in theaters and for digital download on December 7. The documentary includes interviews with some of the greatest athletes in extreme sports, including Tony Hawk, Travis Patrana, Rodney Mullen, and Mat Hoffman, each talking about Way's contributions to skating.
You can check out the entire poster for "Waiting for Lightning" after the jump!
A few weeks ago, "Hitchcock," the new film about the making of "Psycho," surprised with an awards qualifying release date, and now the movie, which is scheduled to open on November 23, is ramping up its publicity campaign.
A new poster for "Hitchcock" (via Entertainment Weekly features the star-studded cast in a very "Psycho"-inspired lay at. Though the print includes the likes of Scarlett Johansson and Jessica Biel, Anthony Hopkins, with an uncanny Hitchcock resemblance, and Helen Mirren as his wife, Alma, take center stage.
The first trailer for "Hitchcock" should hit sometime tomorrow, but for now, you can enjoy the full poster after the jump!
We're only hours away from the premiere of "The Lone Ranger" trailer, and Disney decided to hype us for that big reveal by releasing an awesome new poster for the upcoming Western.
Touting the tagline "Never take off the mask," the poster doesn't show us the titular Lone Ranger. That's pretty telling, considering we have long known that the movie is actually going to be told from the point of view of the Lone Ranger's companion, Tonto. Still, this is an ample tease for a movie we've been waiting years to see.
The latest poster for "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" moves away from the "Lord of the Rings"-inspired look and embraces the newest addition, the company of 13 dwarves.
Also, smoking scenes are making a comeback and see the worst dead scene of all time in today's Dailies!
Could you do us a favor and pause the new trailer for "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" just for a second? We have more stuff to show you.
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After an eventful Tolkien Week, filled with the kind of Middle-earth geekiness that we've been living on in the lead-up to December, director Peter Jackson sprinkled one last morsel on top of the already generous trailer.
A new poster for "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" premiered on Jackson's Facebook page, and it features Bilbo Baggins aka Martin Freeman in a pose that should be familiar to "Lord of the Rings" fans, but that shouldn't be the only thing from Tolkien Week that resembled material from the previous trilogy.
Amid more personal troubles for Lindsay Lohan, Lifetime has dropped the poster (via AceShowBiz) for the actress' upcoming TV movie, "Liz & Dick," based on the life of Elizabeth Taylor. And, given how much of a spotlight has been put on both the late actress and Lohan over the years, the casting just might be a mark of genius on Lifetime's part.
On it, Lohan rocks a black bob, black cocktail dress and enough diamonds and rubies to make Liz a bit jealous. While, the look is a pretty spot-on take of the style of Taylor, it's the words splashed across the poster that not only speak to Liz's life, but also Lohan's.
The new domestic one sheet for "Skyfall," a simple, sleek teaser for the 23rd Bond film, makes for a handsome addition to a series known for its artwork.
While such a minimalistic poster isn't characteristic of Bond ads, which have typically erred on the side of explosive, it's still true to the series and specifically the feel of "Skyfall."
Since a new great Bond poster is as good an excuse as any to take a brief look back some of our favorites of the series, take a look at the full "Skyfall" poster and some oldies after the jump!