Happy Friday everyone! For the last Friday of October before Halloween weekend, 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 Nowhere Man, Séraphine, Cabin Fever 2, Invictus, Collapse, House of the Devil, Late Fee, Jennifer’s Body, Zombieland, Everybody’s FineThe Fouth Kind, The Road, Kniga Masterov (Book of Masters), The Bleeding, Gentlemen Broncos and Youth in Revolt.

In addition to that, we have a little somethin’ somethin’ for Disney’s A Christmas Carol and Heavy Metal.

Let’s get to it.

To start, here’s a poster for the John Lennon biopic, titled Nowhere Boy which stars Aaron Johnson as legendary Beatle.

Nowhere Man opens in the UK on December 25 and is directed by Sam Taylor Wood.

Source: The Playlist

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Not our usual Screen Rant genre material but here’s the UK poster for Séraphine, a film about the French painter Séraphine Louis (also known as Séraphine de Senlis), who was a cleaning lady suffering from mental problems with an incredible talent for painting.

The French art collector who hired her noticed the talent but had to flee from the small town he lived in near Paris (where he had hired her to work) – he later returned to help share her talent with the world.

Séraphine made the run of the festival circuit throughout last year but hits theaters in the UK, Russia and other spots around Europe next month.

Source: Empire

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The brand new poster for Cabin Fever 2, the sequel to the film that launched Eli Roth’s career.

Cabin Fever 2 is directed by Ti West and screens at ScreamFest this weekend.

Source: STYD

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The official poster for Clint Eastwood’s Invictus starring Matt Damon and Eastwood’s go-to man, Morgan Freeman. Freeman is playing Nelson Mandela in the movie which, as Film School Rejects points out, cries Oscar bait.

Look for Invictus in theaters everywhere December 11, 2009.

Source: FSR

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Cinematical got the exclusive to this new poster for the documentary, Collapse.

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After seeing a ton of new retro-styled posters for the remake of House of the Devil, we finally have the final one-sheet for the horror flick thanks to Bloody Disgusting.

Like Cabin Fever 2, House of the Devil is helmed by director Ti West.

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The official poster for Late Fee:

You can probably figure out the premise from the title and poster… wouldn’t be an issue if they used Netflix.

Source: Shock Till You Drop

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New poster for Jennifer’s Body starring everyone’s favorite Megan Fox! The film has already made its run in theaters in North America but it releases in the UK November 4th.

Source: Empire

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Although its already out, Zombieland created a ton of buzz and following that, here are some more posters featuring the infamous rules everyone must follow to survive the zombie apocalypse.

Hurrah for originality, down with the remakes!

These posters come to us courtesy of our bud Michael at MoviesOnline.ca.

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One-sheet for Everybody’s Fine starring Robert De Niro, Sam Rockwell, Drew Barrymore and Kate Beckinsale.

Everybody’s Fine is directed by Kirk Jones and opens December 4th.

Source: I Watch Stuff

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Final poster for The Fouth Kind starring Milla Jovovich, Elias Koteas and Will Patton.

The Fourth Kind opens November 6, 2009.

Source: Bloody Disgusting

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Here’s the latest poster for The Road, starring Viggo Mortensen and Charlize Theron.

Source: Coming Soon

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Here’s the poster for the Russian Disney movie, Kniga Masterov (Book of Masters). If you missed it, check out the creation scene we put up earlier in the week. Lord of the Rings meets Fantasia?

Source: Twitch Film

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Here’s the latest promo art for The Bleeding which stars Vinnie Jones, Michael Madsen, DMX and Michael Matthias. Unfortunately, all we could find was this low-res thumbnail so if you can find a better image of this, send it to Screen Rant.

Source: Bloody Disgusting

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Here’s the latest poster for Gentlemen Broncos.

Synopsis:

Benjamin, home-schooled by his eccentric mother, is a loner whose passion for writing leads him on an journey as his story first gets ripped off by the legendary fantasy novelist, Ronald Chevalier (Clement) and then is adapted into a disastrous movie by the small town’s most prolific homespun filmmaker.

Source: Collider

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Youth in Revolt stars Michael Cera alongside Justin Long, Zach Galifianakis, Steve Buscemi, Ray Liotta, Rooney Mara and Ari Graynor (Agent Olivia Dunham’s sister in Fringe).

Youth in Revolt opens January 8, 2010.

Source: IMPA

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Bonus: New stills for A Christmas Carol, exclusive to our friends at Latino Review – Head there to see the others.

The Robert Zemeckis 3D Disney adventure of the classic Christmas tale stars Jim Carrey, Gary Oldman, Jim Carrey, Robin Wright Penn, Jim Carrey, Colin Firth, Jim Carrey, Michael J. Fox, Jim Carrey, Callum Blue, Jim Carrey, Bob Hoskins and Jim Carrey.

A Christmas Carol opens November 6,, 2009.

Source: Latino Review

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As our even better bonus, here’s an amazing fan-made poster for Heavy Metal!

Source: The Metal Den

If you missed it, last week’s Poster Friday added the following new posters to Screen Rant’s wall: 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 also had some photos for Battlestar Galactica: The Plan as a little bonus.

What’s your favorite of this week’s batch of one-sheets? My favorites this week are the Heavy Metal and The Fourth Kind posters.

Come back next Friday for the latest!

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