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

Published 4 years ago by , Updated October 8th, 2012 at 11:52 am,

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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

Continue through the pages for the rest of the collection…

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Next up is First Showing’s exclusive poster for Wes Anderson’s Fantastic Mr. Fox.

The film’s all-star voice cast includes Meryl Streep, George Clooney, Bill Murray, Owen Wilson, Willem Dafoe, Adrien Brody, Brian Cox, Jason Schwartzmen, Michael Gambon and Anjelica Huston. Even Wes Anderson himself, plays one of the characters.

Check out the poster:

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Fantastic Mr. Fox opens November 25, 2009.

Source: First Showing

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Latino Review has a pair of new posters for The Road, the upcoming drama/thriller based on the famous Cormac McCarthy novel of the same name.

Leading the film’s cast is Viggo Mortensen with Charlize Theron, Guy Pearce, Robert Duvall, Molly Parker and Garret Dillahunt.

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The Road is directed by John Hillcoat and will finally hit theaters October 16, 2009.

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The Los Angeles Times blog has a new exclusive poster for 2012.

This latest Roland Emmerich disaster movie had the best looking posters of last week’s batch and this one’s pretty cool too.

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Click the image to head over to LA Times for their super high-res version of this as well as a photo from the movie featuring one of its stars, John Cusack.

2012 destroys the world November 13, 2009.

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Next up is the Korean poster for Gamer, starring Gerard Butler.

I really dig this poster but his facial expression could use a tad bit of adjustment – see for yourself:

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Gamer has hit theaters this weekend, check it out!

Source: IMPA

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Now for a comedy! Couples Retreat features a very likable cast including Vince Vaughn, Jason Bateman, Jon Favreau, Kristen Bell, Malin Akerman, Jean Reno and Kristin Davis.

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

It is directed by Peter Billingsley and opens October 9, 2009.

Source: IMPA

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Our buddy Michael at MoviesOnline.ca has gathered a collection of great fan-made posters for the remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street that are definitely worthy of being displayed here.

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We’ve just put three of them here but there’s more – Head over to Movies Online for the others.

The remake stars the super-talented Jackie Earle Haley as the new Freddy Krueger and some of his victims include Rooney Mara, Kyle Gallner, Katie Cassidy and Thomas Dekker.

A Nightmare on Elm Street is scheduled for an April 30, 2010 release.

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Cinematical has the brand new poster for the latest Ricky Gervais comedy, The Invention of Lying. The film’s cast also includes Jennifer Garner as the pretty leading lady, Jonah Hill, Rob Lowe and Tina Fey.

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Click the image to see their high-res version.

The Invention of Lying opens this October 2nd.

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Coming Soon has an exclusive look at the poster for Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans which stars Nicolas Cage and Eva Mendes. The last time they partnered up was for Ghost Rider so take what you will from that.

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The Werner Herzog film plays at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 15th.

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Last but not least we have another image that’s not even poster – It’s the first official image for Saw VI and it comes to us from ShockTillYouDrop.

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Click the image for STYD’s high-res version.

The sixth Saw installment, as always brings back Tobin Bell as Jigsaw and opens in time for Halloween, on October 23rd.

Summer may be over but as you can tell, there’s still a ton of movies on their way before 2009 comes to a close – and these movies don’t even scratch the surface of what we’ll see over the holidays (Avatar, anyone?).

So, that’s it for this week, folks. If you missed ‘em, check out last week’s posters. Come back for more from Screen Rant every day and look for new posters next week!

Which of these posters is your favorite and worthy of your wall?

Rob Keyes out.
Twitter: @Rob_Keyes

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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.

    Vic

  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!

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