New Posters: Zombieland, Dorian Gray, Surrogates & Many More!

Published 6 years ago by , Updated September 12th, 2013 at 1:52 pm,

Empire has an exclusive look at the new Dorian Gray poster which features its start, Ben Barnes, showing off his true corrupt side and his falsely good looks on the other (thanks to that darn painting of his).

dorian gray ben barnes poster New Posters: Zombieland, Dorian Gray, Surrogates & Many More!
Click to see Empire’s high-res version

Dorian Gray opens in the UK September 9th and it will be playing at the Toronto International Film Festival in a few weeks. It stars Ben Barnes (The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian) as the title character and Colin Firth, Rebecca Hall, Rachel Hurd-Wood, Ben Chaplin, Emilia Fox and many more.

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  1. nice post. love posters

  2. The Tron poster looks like a cross between a fancy Lighthouse and Lights coming from a Cellphone.

  3. I remember Tron when i was a was one of the first things i saw on VHS. I am glad they are bringing back some of the old characters. Dorian looks really good too so far. I loved that actor in Chrn of Narnia. I think he is gonna be the next big thing!!!! There are so many good movies coming out..god i am gonna need another job lol

  4. Surrogates = a Bruce Willis version of Bladerunner ???

    The posters they have up here in LA with the diaphragm challenged robots look comical.

  5. I hate that everyone calls “Sorority Row” an update of “I Know What You Did Last Summer”. Technically that film was a rip-off of “House on Sorority Row” which came out over a decade before any of the slashers from the 90′s.

  6. @ Sam,

    You make a great point that this is a remake The House on Sorority Row, but folks tend to compare to other movies that were very popular and well known, since it’s that size of a demographic and success that we’re measuring this up against.

  7. Tron poster isn’t very impressive, but the little preview from Comic-Con was pretty amazing. And that one with the college girls and the death and all that…BORING! Boring poster and boring plot