Happy Friday everyone!
Last week we had our biggest Poster Friday collection ever (separated into two parts), but this week we’re back to our standard format and have again gathered the latest posters to come out for this week’s poster round-up.
Screen Rant’s wall this week now includes new one-sheets for Season of the Witch, The Wolfman, Avatar, The Lovely Bones, The Book of Eli, Sex and the City 2, Clash of the Titans, Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief, Sherlock Holmes, Tron Legacy, Death at a Funeral, Edge of Darkness and Iron Man 2.
We also have a little bonus for fans of Star Wars and/or Zombies…
Let’s get to it.
To start, here’s a Season of the Witch starring the very busy Nicolas Cage:
Another poster for the Rated-R Wolfman, this one being the final French one-sheet:
The Wolfman is directed by Joe Johnston and starring Benicio Del Toro, Anthony Hopkins, Emily Blunt and Hugo Weaving.
Source: FilmsACTU [via Bloody-Disgusting]
Next up, the final one-sheet for the eagerly anticipated Avatar by James Cameron. This one-sheet is based on the artwork we put up in last week’s Poster Friday feature but with the film coming out a week today, it needs to be displayed again. The reviews are coming in quick from yesterday’s press screening and it’s looking good (see Screen Rant’s review of Avatar).
Avatar stars Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana.
Empire has the exclusive new look at the latest poster for Peter Jackson’s The Lovely Bones. There’s not much new here but the film is opening in limited release form today.
Three new posters for The Book of Eli surfaced this week, one for its star Denzel Washington and the others for Mila Kunis and Gary Oldman.
Head to IGN for the High-Res version.
Moviefone premiered the first poster for Sex and the City 2 featuring Sarah Jessica Parker front and center.
Yahoo put up two awesome official posters for Clash of the Titans this week. One features Sam Worthington flying Pegasus into battle and the other shows him about to eat Medusa… err… I mean holding her head.
Check out the Clash of the Titans trailer if you’ve not seen it yet. The film opens March 26, 2010.
Here’s the new German poster for Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief.
Here are the four new tall posters for Sherlock Holmes featuring its four stars: Robert Downey Jr., Jude Law, Rachel McAdams and Mark Strong.
You may have already seen this on Screen Rant this week: the official poster for Tron Legacy.
Tron Legacy opens December 17, 2010.
Here’s the poster for the Chris Rock remake of Death at a Funeral. The trailer came out earlier this week so check that out too.
Empire has the exclusive new banner poster for Mel Gibson’s Edge of Darkness:
Another cool poster for Iron Man 2 debuted this week, this one featuring the villain: Mickey Rourke’s whiplash.
At first, I didn’t think too much of this as we’ve already seen the character in costume with his whips but don’t be fooled. Those news clippets on the wall behind him are the start of an Iron Man 2 viral marketing campaign – Stay tuned for more on this from Screen Rant soon.
Iron Man 2 opens May 7, 2010.
Source: Paramount via Apple & Latino Review
That’s it for this week but we can’t leave you without a bonus. What would Poster Friday be without something special to finish it off?
Do you like Zombies? How about Star Wars? Let’s try both combined:
The Original Trilogy:
As I mentioned at the beginning, last week’s Poster Friday feature was split into two parts. If you missed it, Part One included Star Trek, The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond, Cash, Main St., The Electric Slide, The Devil’s Double, The Horseman, Nine, A Single Man, District 13: Ultimatum, The Road, The Lovely Bones, The Wolfman, Avatar, Greenberg and 44 Inch Chest. Part Two included Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, Exam, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, Solomon Kane, Kick-Ass, Iron Man 2, [REC2], Tenderness, Warlords, From Paris With Love and Buried.
What’s your favorite of this week’s first batch of one-sheets? My callout is for the Pegasus Clash of the Titans one-sheet which I think is epic.
Come back next week for more posters from Screen Rant!
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