If you’re looking past summer at the Fall 2010 movie lineup, we have a batch of new posters for three Fall releases that you should definitely check out.

The new posters are for Zack Snyder’s Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole, Robert Rodriguez’s Machete and the Bruce Willis action film Red. Each of these films has snagged the interests of folks around the Screen Rant table in one way or another.

Legend of the Guardians

First up we have whole slew of new posters for a new action-adventure (with owls!) from the director of 300 and Watchmen. The trailers so far have all looked visually stunning and it’s certainly an intriguing idea. However, I’m sure I’m not alone in still being a little creeped-out by the look of the owls themselves. Perhaps that will pass once we get used to them within the movie.

Take a look at just four of the eight character posters, which each highlight a different owl (click for larger versions):

Legend of the Guardians character poster1 Soren 268x430 Fall 2010 Movie Posters: Legend of the Guardians, Machete & Red


Legend of the Guardians character poster2 Nyra 268x430 Fall 2010 Movie Posters: Legend of the Guardians, Machete & Red


Legend of the Guardians character poster3 Twilight 268x430 Fall 2010 Movie Posters: Legend of the Guardians, Machete & Red


Legend of the Guardians character poster4 Metalbeak 268x430 Fall 2010 Movie Posters: Legend of the Guardians, Machete & Red


Head over to IMP Awards for the rest of the Guardians posters.

Machete

Next up we have a batch of new character posters for Machete, the upcoming feature-length version of the faux trailer contained within Grindhouse. I really don’t see how you could NOT be looking forward to this one. Personally, it’s right up there with my most anticipated of 2010.

Take a look at all six posters, courtesy of Empire (click for larger versions):

Machete character poster1 Danny Trejo 280x412 Fall 2010 Movie Posters: Legend of the Guardians, Machete & Red


Machete character poster2 Jessica Alba 280x411 Fall 2010 Movie Posters: Legend of the Guardians, Machete & Red


Machete character poster3 Robert De Niro 280x411 Fall 2010 Movie Posters: Legend of the Guardians, Machete & Red


Machete character poster4 Michelle Rodriguez 280x412 Fall 2010 Movie Posters: Legend of the Guardians, Machete & Red


Machete character poster5 Steven Seagal 280x412 Fall 2010 Movie Posters: Legend of the Guardians, Machete & Red


Machete character poster6 Don Johnson 280x412 Fall 2010 Movie Posters: Legend of the Guardians, Machete & Red


Talk about awesomely over-the-top! :P

Red

Finally, we have the first teaser posters for the upcoming action-thriller Red, starring Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich, Mary-Louise Parker, Brian Cox and Karl Urban (how’s that for a cast!).

The film surprised me with its first trailer because when I initially heard about it I pictured a deadly serious, perhaps even dark thriller. But the trailer makes it look like more of a light-hearted action ride. You know, like The A-Team but with Oscar winners.

Check out the first teaser posters below:

Red teaser poster Bruce Willis Fall 2010 Movie Posters: Legend of the Guardians, Machete & Red


helen mirren red poster Fall 2010 Movie Posters: Legend of the Guardians, Machete & Red


Red character poster John Malkovich Fall 2010 Movie Posters: Legend of the Guardians, Machete & Red


Red character poster Morgan Freeman Fall 2010 Movie Posters: Legend of the Guardians, Machete & Red


Red movie poster Karl Urban Fall 2010 Movie Posters: Legend of the Guardians, Machete & Red


Red movie poster Mary Louise Parker Fall 2010 Movie Posters: Legend of the Guardians, Machete & Red


That’s it for your batch of Fall 2010 movie posters. Which of these is your favorite? I would have to pick the Robert De Niro one for Machete but that’s just me.

Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole flies into theaters on September 24th, 2010.

Machete slices into theaters on September 3rd, 2010.

Red blasts its way into theaters on October 15th, 2010.

Sources: IMP Awards, Collider and Empire (via Film School Rejects)