A new international poster for "Prometheus" has been released, but for those of you hoping it would give some insights into the movie's many mysteries, it's a little bit of a letdown. This is pretty much the same poster as the one released in the United States, albeit showing a bit more of that giant stone head that we've seen floating around in the promotional material.
AllNewz, an Italian news site, has the poster. At least what we can take away from the consistency between these two posters is that the big head will have a major role to play in the movie.
Check out the new international poster for "Prometheus" after the jump.
This may be the year of superheroes, remakes and dueling projects, but it's also the year of films being rereleased in 3D. From "Beauty and the Beast" to "Titanic," it seems like some of the most beloved movies from the '90s are getting their chance to shine in three dimensions. And while "Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom Menace" might not necessarily be beloved, we're still intrigued by its 3D rerelease.
Kino Gallery (via Coming Soon) has acquired five new posters promoting the upcoming film. Each poster highlights the best parts of the movie, with Darth Maul largely front and center in three of them, the classic podracing image getting its own well-crafted poster, and Obi-Wan and Qui-Gon Jinn overshadowing Anakin Skywalker and Queen Amidala in the final one.
There's less than a month until we'll have the pleasure to
be absolutely terrified by see Daniel Radcliffe make his first post-"Harry Potter" film debut in "The Woman in Black," and we couldn't be more excited. Judging by your passionate response in the MTV Movie Brawl 2012, we're guessing that most of you feel the same way. That's why we're pretty stoked that a new poster for the flick has made its way to the web.
Empire got their hands on the new image, which places Radcliffe front and center. Though he has a variety of prestigious costars -- from Ciaran Hinds to Janet McTeer -- it's been nice to see that his involvement is the selling point of the movie. We're going to make the assumption that his character, a father and lawyer named Arthur Kipps, has taken many steps away from "Potter" judging by this image and the previous trailers released.
Hold onto your hats people, this might be the most exciting Oscar-themed story you read this week: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has released an image of this year's official poster for the 84th Academy Awards.
You will be forgiven for not expecting nuance in the promotional material for "The Expendables 2." Despite what the marketing team might think, there doesn't need to be much other than a list of names against a black background, maybe crafted out of bullets or fire or blood.
You know those names -- Stallone, Statham, Li, Willis, Van Damme, and Schwarzenegger, to name a few -- and what the first "Expendables" movie was about. The new one-sheet shows Stallone standing in the frame of a "2" carved out of concrete, lit ablaze against a rocky foreground. Check that out, plus the first "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" poster, beyond the jump.
The first two "Alien" movies are sci-fi classics, so it's not surprising that we all wanted Ridley Scott's "Prometheus" to be related in some way. Indeed, it is -- there are "strands of DNA" floating around in the film that'll come out next summer, but not much else.
That seems okay; based on the first official poster, there will be enough mysterious sci-fi goings on without accounting for the dense "Alien" world. Check out that poster (as well as a new "John Carter" poster) after the jump!
His name is Armando Alvarez, and he doesn't speak American. In the brand new poster for Will Ferrell's Spanish-language action comedy, "Casa de mi Padre," we get nothing else but the face of the comedian's fiery and passionate character, Armando.
The brand new poster for the fourth official "American Pie" movie, "American Reunion," definitely looks familiar, but there's something different going on.
First of all, there's certainly not enough pie to go around to feed all the returning, randy cast members. All of the series' original stars, including Jason Biggs, Alyson Hannigan, Mena Suvari, Seann William Scott and Chris Klein, are all here, but I don't think that's it.
Maybe, it's because the new poster for "American Reunion" is an exact copy of the first film's iconic poster. Talk about a nostalgia attack. Everyone is in their old positions from the poster from way back in 1999, except this time Jason Biggs decided to put some clothes on. Be sure to check out the posters side-by-side. There's definitely a stark difference. It has been 13 years since the original "Pie," and, my, how time has passed!
This week has been absolutely brimming with new material from "John Carter," and today's obligatory release has arrived -- and they are both vaguely reminiscent of "Star Wars."
Yesterday, the second trailer premiered, and photos and posters have been sent out at a dizzying pace over the past week. Now, three new banners for the sci-fi epic show off some of the scenes from the just-released trailer.
We see John Carter facing off with not one, but two white apes in the the surprisingly "Attack of the Clones"-esque Colosseum. Taylor Kitsch as the legendary Civil War captain transported to Mars takes out one of the apes during the trailer, but a second ape could be another question.
FROM MTV MOVIES: We've begun to look back at the year 2011, and after taking a look at the best trailers from the year, we slow things down a bit and decide which posters said the most, excited us and let us know what to expect in a single image.
These are the ten best poster of 2011. They knew how to capture our attention with images as simple as some rumpled sheets, a shaved head or hot pink letters. They took some of a generation's most iconic symbols, like the Bat-signal or Voldemort, and turned them on their heads.
Click here for the top ten movie posters of 2011.