New Posters: The Road, 2012, Where The Wild Things Are & More!

Published 6 years ago by , Updated October 8th, 2012 at 11:52 am,

posters road 2012 nightmare on elm street fantastic mr fox where the wild things are New Posters: The Road, 2012, Where The Wild Things Are & More!

Happy Friday everyone! Today we have gathered the latest biggest and best posters for this week’s poster round-up.

Screen Rant’s wall this week now includes new one-sheets for Where the Wild Things Are, Fantastic Mr.Fox, 2012, The Road, Gamer, Bad Lieutenant and a pair of comedies: The Invention of Lying and Couples Retreat.

For the horror fans out there, we also have some fan-made posters for the remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street, and as a little bonus, the first official photo for Saw VI.

Let’s get to it…

To start this week’s set, here’s the brand new poster for the heart-filled fantasy, Where the Wild things Are.

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Where the Wild Things Are is brought to us by Spike Jonze who’s done an incredible job of bring the short childrens book to life. It opens October 16th and I’ll be there.

Source: MSN Movies

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  1. Where the Wild Things Are is good because it’s simple. I really like first The Road one, but not really sure why.

    The other ones are all so-so, except for Bad Lieutenant, which is just horrible. I’ve never seen such large floating heads, it’s ridiculous.

    As for Fantastic Mr. Fox, I really hate the character designs.

  2. No desire to see any of these movies, except maybe Wild Things. I still can’t believe there is going to be a SIXTH Saw movie. How many times can you have people disfiguring themselves before it gets old? I truly think Hollywood is in a decaying, downward spiral towards oblivion.

  3. Andy, how many times can people watch sequels of Halloween, Nightmare on Elm Street, and Friday the 13th.
    Boggles the mind.

    I can’t believe they’re making a reboot of “Bad Lieutenant” with Cage? Anyone see the original with Keitell? Movie was horrible.

  4. The only movie out of these posters I care about is Where the Wild Things Are, the only other I might go see is The Road and that is because Viggo is a great actor.

  5. @790…

    I hear ya. I liked the first 2 Halloween movies, the first couple of Nightmare on Elm Street films, and the first Friday the 13th. However, now on the rare occasion when I DO watch a horror film, I find myself laughing at the absurdity of it. These stupid gorefests aren’t scary, they’re just GROSS. Se7en is scarier than any of these movies coming out now and so is The Silence of the Lambs.

  6. I can’t remember the last time I was scared watching a movie? The last horror film I’ve seen was “Room 1408″ and even that didn’t scare me,,,,

    Another prob I have with these slasher films is nobody ever has a weapon or night vision capabilities. Jason,, huh’ gimme a 12 gauge loaded with slugs and I’ll blow that machete along with his arm away.
    When I’m done with him there won’t be enough left for the buzzards to munch on… Sequel? Not likely !

  7. @790

    Dude, rent [REC] – that movie was scarier than anything I’ve seen in years.


  8. Disaster film buffs will go see 2012 for the epic destruction special effects. Women who wouldn’t have bought a ticket to this kind of flick will go just to hear Adam Lambert’s new rock ballad (bottom of the poster).

  9. Wow 2012 is looking great and Adam Lambert listed on the credits as signing ‘the’ song fantastic!