Poster Friday: Kick-Ass, Avatar, Green Zone, Wolfman & More!

Published 5 years ago by , Updated July 8th, 2014 at 9:21 am,

Here’s a neat (but fake) poster of Sam Worthington in James Cameron’s Avatar:

avatar fake poster Poster Friday: Kick Ass, Avatar, Green Zone, Wolfman & More!

Source: The Movie Blog

As part of the rampant international marketing campaign for James Cameron’s Avatar, we saw the new international trailer earlier in the week followed by the Japanese trailer; now we have some international posters:

avatar international poster Poster Friday: Kick Ass, Avatar, Green Zone, Wolfman & More!

Source: The Film Stage

And here’s a new Russian one:

avatar russian poster Poster Friday: Kick Ass, Avatar, Green Zone, Wolfman & More!

Source: FilmDrunk

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  1. I’m excited to see Clash of the Titans.

    The Avatar posters are eh… The fake one was kind of neat but you could tell it is fake, haha.

    Thos Up posters are cool. Amazon is having a deal until the 10th, if you buy Up on blu ray you get $10 off another blu ray. Think I’m gonna pull the trigger on that deal, wanted Up anyhow. :-P

  2. Oops, forgot to subscribe.

  3. im Dig’in the Kick-ass Posters.
    im a bit angry about the Let the Right One in ReMake.

    and im baffled at the Fact that there is seriously a Scream 4 happening

  4. Let me in-

    The swedish film was great(Im norwegian), not horror or thriller if you ask me, but pure exellent drama. To bad Americans dont watch subtiled films. the american one will proberbly be more action, jokes and have adiffrent feel, and if I know hollywood right, than they change the ending a bit, and make a sequel and franchise the hell out of it…

  5. @ Johnny-K of Norway,

    You’re 100% right, ppl should be watching the original one not an overly rushed-into-production remake.

    @ Ken J,

    What other blu-ray will you get with it?

  6. I found this morning looking at the site that it has to be from a list of blu-rays, mainly other Disney films, but not any of the ones I wanted to get… So now I might not get it yet. If they had Finding Nemo in that list or The Incredibles, I would have jumped on it, but they don’t…

  7. Finding Nemo and the Incredibles lol.

    Anyone else underwhelmed by the “Wolfman” trailer.

  8. @790….

    I loved the trailer for The Wolfman, and I also like the poster for it as well.

    At least it hasn’t been airbrushed to the point where it’s almost unrecognizable.

  9. What’s the scoop on Tell Tale

    Looks pretty interesting

    Oh and the Avatar posters aren’t helping those of us that think the film looks cartoonish and a video game :)

  10. @ogb

    Frankly, I doubt it really matters to anyone. I’m sure the people who are looking into the magic crystal balls and hoping that it will fail thinks that the fate of the movie rests on them and their opinions mean so much, but most likely when the time comes those people would have the rude awakening and find out they are not as important as they think they are… But we’ll see when the time comes… :-)

  11. @chris…

    I’m definitely not hating on Avatar. Hot at all. I think that it will do quite well in it’s opening weekend, and it will retain the top spot at the box office through both the Christmas and New Year’s weekends.

    By the time we get into January, Avatar may not be in the top 5 (it will drop to the lower half of the top 10), but it will have done quite well. I’m also going to go out on the proverbial limb and say that one of the things which will keep Avatar at the multiplex a bit longer is repeat business.

    If memory serves, one of the reasons why Titanic did so well at the box office was due to repeat viewings. If Titanic could get people to come back to the multiplex and see it again, despite the fact that the film was three (?) hours long, the same thing could happen for Avatar.

  12. i dont know if its me but in the trailer that was released in youtube one of the superheroes had the batman costume, the same one from the dark knight, only difference is that the ears are missing and hes holding a gun