‘TRON Legacy’ poster

Posted by · 1:09 pm · October 20th, 2010

I’m not all that psyched for Disney’s “TRON Legacy,” but even I’ll admit that the final one-sheet for the film is pretty damn nifty.  If it strikes you as familiar, that’s because it craftily mirrors the poster art of the original film.  Check out the full image after the jump.

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‘The Fighter’ poster

Posted by · 10:23 am · October 19th, 2010

You know the drill.  We got a fluffy trailer.  Then we got a gritty trailer.  Now we get a poster.  The one-sheet for “The Fighter” was making the rounds yesterday but I held out for a high-res version, which you can check out for yourself after the jump.

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‘Country Strong’ poster

Posted by · 8:45 am · October 15th, 2010

Shana Feste’s  “Country Strong” is, along with “Burlesque” and “Nowhere Boy,” one three “musicals” up for consideration in the HFPA’s comedy/musical category.  Perhaps it will be good for an original song nomination, or maybe Gwyneth Paltrow will be impressive enough to find her way through a tough lead actress field.  We’ll know soon enough.  We […]

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‘I Love You Phillip Morris’ poster

Posted by · 11:34 am · October 13th, 2010

Fancy this timing, I’ll finally be getting around to “I Live You Phillip Morris” later this afternoon.  Today, via Entertainment Weekly’s Pop Watch blog, we get our first look at the poster.  The film stars Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor and is set for release December 3.  Check out the full image after the jump.

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‘127 Hours’ poster

Posted by · 8:05 am · October 8th, 2010

Yesterday we got a look at an extended trailer for “127 Hours.” There was a poster bouncing around but I decided to hold out for a high res image, and that’s what we got today.  I like the hourglass vibe even if the overall design is a bit glossy for my tastes.  Have a look […]

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‘Welcome to the Rileys’ poster

Posted by · 9:36 am · October 6th, 2010

I haven’t seen “Welcome to the Rileys,” which opened at Sundance earlier this year and was a part of the downward spiraling Apparition stable before being shifted over to Samuel Goldwyn Films.  Starring James Gandolfini and Kristen Stewart, as well as Melissa Leo (quite busy this year), the film may or may not have an […]

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‘All Good Things’ poster

Posted by · 9:18 am · October 5th, 2010

Andrew Jarecki’s “All Good Things” has been patiently waiting a release for quite a while now.  I heard some great things about Kirsten Dunst last year but all eyes may be on Ryan Gosling (who is also pitch-perfect in “Blue Valentine,” which I finally saw last night — more later).  I’ll be seeing Jarecki’s film […]

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‘Moon’ redrawn: own a future classic

Posted by · 5:53 am · October 3rd, 2010

I know there are a lot of “Moon” fans and collector types among you, so I thought this worth mention. The great British design studio All City, who dreamed up the justly famous poster for Duncan Jones’s sci-fi debut, have launched a new series of limited edition Redrawn poster concepts for some of their most […]

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‘For Colored Girls’ poster

Posted by · 4:51 pm · October 1st, 2010

Yes, as usual when it comes to a “For Colored Girls” post, we’re all playing wait and see on Tyler Perry’s latest. Maybe it’s an awards contender (I hear Kimberly Elise gives the stand-out performance), maybe it’s not. The trailer was spiffy, and there was a set of character posters that was just as fetching. […]

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EXCLUSIVE: ‘True Grit’ teaser poster

Posted by · 9:00 am · October 1st, 2010

A mesmerizing teaser trailer for the Coen brothers’ “True Grit” hit the web Monday, ratcheting up the anticipation further. Today Paramount has offered us an exclusive first look at the teaser poster for the film, a striking, minimalist, wanted poster-esque assemblage that looks like it would make a handsome book cover.  There will be a […]

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‘The Tourist’ poster

Posted by · 10:12 pm · September 30th, 2010

The trailer for Sony’s “The Tourist” hit a few weeks ago and revealed what looks to be a frothy romp with Johnny Depp giving fun performance.  Today we get a look at the poster for the film, which, I’m sorry to see, is latching on to a recent trend of boxed in imagery framed by […]

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‘Another Year’ UK poster

Posted by · 12:58 pm · September 27th, 2010

Honestly, I’m not crazy about the execution in this case, but I’m always pleased to see poster designers trying illustrative concepts ahead of lazy photographic floating-head templates. I imagine Sony Pictures Classics will dream up something quite different for the US market. Incidentally, anybody looking to this poster for clues as to how the actors […]

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‘Hereafter’ poster

Posted by · 3:58 pm · September 22nd, 2010

I assume Warner Bros. will start screening Clint Eastwood’s “Hereafter” (which opens a month from today) to the Los Angeles crowd when their good and ready.  Still waiting (and still intrigued, despite some less-than-stellar early reviews).  Reaction out of Toronto was ultimately quite split, you’ll recall.  Today we get a look at the new poster […]

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‘Love & Other Drugs’ poster

Posted by · 10:20 am · September 16th, 2010

We’re all still waiting to see what kind of an effort Edward Zwick’s “Love & Other Drugs” might be.  From the trailers we’ve seen so far, it looks like a frothy comedy with dramatic stylings.  Early word on Anne Hathaway has been positive throughout the year.  A new poster has been released and it’s properly […]

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‘Client 9’ poster

Posted by · 9:42 am · September 10th, 2010

One of the films I’m very much looking forward to this year is Alex Gibney’s  “Clinet 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer.” I imagine, given Spitzer’s appearance in “Inside Job” and that film’s brief detailing of Wall Street types’ obsession with prostitutes, it could dovetail nicely with Charles Ferguson’s study.  And as noted […]

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‘The Next Three Days’ poster

Posted by · 9:58 pm · September 1st, 2010

I’ve had my eye on Paul Haggis’s “The Next Three Days” for a few months.  It’s probably not much of an awards play for Lionsgate, though the studio doesn’t have a lot to work with (unless Tyler Perry officially joins the party).  I don’t think we featured the trailer when it dropped a few weeks […]

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‘Beautiful Boy’ poster

Posted by · 9:29 am · September 1st, 2010

Yesterday we featured the trailer for official Toronto selection “Beautiful Boy,” which could be an acting play in the awards season for stars Michael Sheen and Maria Bello.  Today we get a look at the poster, which has Sheen front and center.  Check out the full image after the jump.

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‘Secretariat’ poster

Posted by · 12:18 pm · August 31st, 2010

I’m getting a look at Randall Wallace’s “Secretariat” tonight.  It may or may not be an awards play for Diane Lane.  I’ve heard both sides of the argument.  In the meantime, a new poster has been released by Disney, and yeah, it looks a little familiar.  But what else are you going to put on […]

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