Happy Friday everyone! For the third Friday of October 2009, we’ve 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 Toy Story 3, Did You Hear About The Morgans, The Canyon, The Descent: Part 2, Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief, Princess and the Frog, Me and Orson Welles, Law Abiding Citizen, Lost, Daybreakers, Harry Brown, Burning Bright, Sherwood Horror, Saw VI, The House of the Devil, The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus, Dear John, Edge of Darkness and The Spy Next Door.

In addition to that we have some photos for Battlestar Galactica: The Plan.

Let’s get to it.

To start, here’s a poster for Toy Story 3 which have been popping up all over these last two weeks. We missed this one in last week’s batch so here it is!

Mr. Potato head!

Source: Cinema Blend

Did You Hear About The Morgans? This movie stars Hugh Grand and Sarah Jessica Parker.

Source: Coming Soon

Our friends at JoBlo got an exclusive look at the character banners for Legion which stars Paul Bettany as the machine gun wielding Angel of free will. Joining Bettany on screen are Dennis Quaid, Doug Jones, Kevin Durand and Tyrese Gibson.

Source: JoBlo

Source: JoBlo

Here’s the new one-sheet for The Canyon:

Source: Bloody Disgusting

Japanese poster for The Descent: Part 2:

Source: Kino-Govno (via Shock Till You Drop)

Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief

Source: Empire Movies

Another new Princess and the Frog poster which emphasizes the classic cartoon art style of the film. That’s right, Disney is bringing back the second dimension, baby!

Source: Latino Review

Me and Orson Welles poster starring Zac Efron in a more serious role. Claire Danes also stars alongside Christian McKay as the title character.

Source: Cinematical

New posters/banners for Law Abiding Citizen starring Gerard Butler and Jamie Foxx. It opens today!

Source: ScreenCrave

New poster for one of my most favorite TV shows ever, Lost. It’s bittersweet that the upcoming season is the show’s last.

Source: Collider

MTV exclusive poster for the cool looking vampire movie, Daybreakers. The image depicts a vampire blood farm and the film stars Ethan Hawke, Sam Neill and the talented Willem Dafoe.

Source: MTV
Empire exclusive poster for Harry Brown starring Michael Caine. It opens November 11th.

Source: Empire

Promo Art for Burning Bright, a horror flick due out next year about a girl who wakes up after a storm to find a vicious tiger in her home, trapped within because they boarded up the windows for the storm. The story follows her trying to save herself and her autistic step-brother, sounds like a fun family flick…

Source: Bloody Disgusting

Check out this poster for Sherwood Horror, a modern and very unconventional take on Robin Hood.

Bloody Disgusting’s description is as follows:

Rob Locksley (DJ Perry), an ex-con, returns home after a six year absence to find his town under the rule of vampires. He must join forces with his old roughneck hunting buddies to wage war against the evil Sheriff and his horde of blood-sucking minions.

Source: Bloody Disgusting

Two new posters for Saw VI which opens next week.

Source: Bloody Disgusting

A while back, we posted a batch of retro posters for The House of the Devil and today there’s a new set.

Here’s one of them, check out Bloody Disgusting for the rest:

New UK one-sheet for Terry Gilliam’s The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus. It opens there today with a limited release in the U.S. at the end of the year. If it banks well, expect a wide North American release at a later date.

Source: /Film

Dear John, starring Channing Tatum and Amanda Seyfried.

Source: IMPA

The first official trailer for Mel Gibson’s bad-ass return to the silver screen debuted earlier this week. That film, titled Edge of Darkness, also came with this new poster:

Cinematical exclusively premiered this poster for Jackie Chan’s The Spy Next Door. I think this movie is gunning for an R-rating:

And last but not least, Collider put up six promo posters for films starring name actors that are attempting to acquire international financing. They’re just thumbnail-sized but if you want to read the synopses and find out more about these, head over to Collider – Matt Goldberg wrote a great piece on this.

Source: Collider

For this week’s bonus, Latino Review just put up some stills for Battlestar Galactica: The Plan, here a few of them:

If you missed it, last week’s Poster Friday added the following new posters to Screen Rant’s wall: Toy Story 3, The Lovely Bones, Drive Angry, Ninja, Ong Bak 3, The Missing Person, The Princess and the Frog, The Box and Pirate Radio. In addition to that, we had two bonus images from a cool looking period action film, titled Centurion.

What’s your favorite of this week’s batch of one-sheets? I would have to say that my favorites are the Legion posters. Paul Bettany and Kevin Durand as warrior Angels = Win!

Which posters/images do you like best this week?

Come back next Friday for the latest!

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