Happy Friday everyone! For our first Friday of November 2009, we’ve again gathered the latest posters to come out for this week’s poster round-up. So, before you head out to see this week’s opening movies, namely The Men Who Star at goats, A Christmas Carol, The Box and The Fourth Kind, check out the latest promo sheets below.

Screen Rant’s wall this week now includes new one-sheets for Kick-Ass, The Wolfman, Conan, The Twilight Saga’s Eclipse, Clash of the Titans, Scream 4, A Single Man, Avatar, Machete, Green Zone, Let Me In, Tell Tale and The Men Who Stare at Goats.

We also have a few bonus items for this year’s Pixar movie, Up.

Let’s get to it.

To start, here’s the first (awesome) batch of Kick-Ass posters that IGN premiered yesterday:

Continue to the next page for the other Kick-Ass posters and more!

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And you guessed it – put these posters side-by-side and it spells “KICK-ASS”

Kick-Ass‘ wide release is April 16, 2010.

Source: IGN

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Next, here are the two new (and first official) Wolfman posters that appeared online today!

Sources: Cinematical, AICN

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I feel like this Conan has been out there for years  (the exact image literally came out over two years ago) but some sites keep posting it up as new every few months. This “new” one comes with added text on top emphasizing that Marcus Nispel is helming the project.

Source: Dread Central

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Twilight Saga’s Eclipse poster art:

New Moon opens two weeks from today and Eclipse wrapped up principal photography this week!

Source: Dread Central

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Here’s some low-res looks at some of the Clash of the Titans posters featuring Sam Worthington and Liam Neeson. Check out the source for the rest.

I can’t wait for this one! Directed by Louis Leterrier, Clash of the Titans opens March 26, 2010.

Source: ASHOWBIZ

Here’s the Scream 4 teaser poster. The movie is bringing back Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette.

Source: STYD

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Poster for ‘A Single Man’ starring Colin Firth and Julianne Moore.

Source: InContention.com

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

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:

Source: The Film Stage

And here’s a new Russian one:

Source: FilmDrunk

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Not really a poster, but a look at a poster for Machete. This one features Jessica Alba:

Source: Coming Soon

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Here’s the Empire exclusive poster for Green Zone, the new Bourne but not Bourne movie starring Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) and directed by Paul Greengrass (Bourne Supremacy, Bourne Ultimatum, Bourne 4).

This movie looks pretty sweet so be sure to check out the new Green Zone trailer if you missed it.

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Here’s the disappointing poster for the disappointing existence of the remake of Let the Right One In, now called Let Me In (even less words!).

Source: Facebook

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Cool New Poster for Tell-Tale starring Josh Lucas, Lena Headey and Brian Cox.

Source: IMPA

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Check out these character posters for The Men Who Stare at Goats (now out in theaters). These remind me of The Hangover character posters which feature the chicken and the lion. Head to Cinematical to see their exclusive individual higher-res images.

Source: Cinematical

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As a bonus this week, here are Eric Tan’s sweet stylistic retro posters for Disney Pixar’s Up:

"Journey into the Wild" by Eric Tan

Paul Conrad did the following ones:

I want some of these to put up on the wall.

Source: /Film

If you missed it, last week’s Poster Friday added the following new posters to Screen Rant’s wall: Sherlock Holmes, The Box, How To Train You Dragon, Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief, The Fourth Kind, The Graves, Psychosis, Old Dogs, The Blackout, Smallville, Cracks, V.A.m.L. and Altitude.

In addition to that, we had some hints as to the meaning of the Lost poster from two weeks back and a little bonus for Tron Legacy.

What’s your favorite of this week’s batch of one-sheets? Unfortunately, many of the posters this week seemed to be pictures of posters rather than the real thing, but I would have to say that my favorites this week are the Kick-Ass posters, a movie that I have very high hopes for. I’d also say that if the Clash of the Titans ones were full poster images, they’d be up there too.

Come back next Friday for the latest!

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