[Nov 30, 2005 11:36pm]
comes the new French poster for Bandidas starring Salma Hayek and Penelope
Cruz... or is it starring Penelope Cruz and Salma Hayek? Dang diagonal
billing is just so confusing!
American Haunting and Another Spear
[Nov 30, 2005 3:15pm]
From the official
site comes two posters for An American Haunting starring Donald
Sutherland, Sissy Spacek, James D'Arcy, and Rachel Hurd-Wood. [Thanks
to Luis for the heads up.] Also, from Steve, comes a second
poster for End of the Spear.
Bubble and The White Countess
[Nov 29, 2005]
From IONCINEMA comes two new
posters. First there is Steven Soderbergh's latest, Bubble, and
James Ivory's The White Countess starring Ralph Fiennes, Natasha
Richardson, and a couple Redgrave sisters. Can't help but laugh at the
first poster. Just a bunch of baby doll heads, but one of them seems to
be having a much better time than the rest of them.
'Jon' points out that the new poster for The White Countess bears
a strong resemblance to another Ralph Fiennes film, The English Patient.
them and decide for yourself.
Transamerica, End of the Spear, and Three Burials
[Nov 28, 2005]
Thanks to Luis for passing along the new poster for Transamerica
as well as posters for End of the Spear and the Tommy Lee Jones
directed The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada.
Geisha, Brokeback Mountain, and Cry_Wolf
[Nov 27, 2005]
comes an Italian poster for Memoirs of a Geisha as well as the French
poster for Brokeback Mountain, which is just slightly different
from the previous verson. By the way, does this poster seem reminiscent
of another poster from a few years ago? Check out posterwire.com
Also, check out the Italian poster for Cry_Wolf. A nice idea
to have text reflected in the eye, but shouldn't it all be reversed? (Check
in the poster's comments for a translation of the text.)
German Poster for Hostel
[Nov 26, 2005]
From the film's official
German site comes a rather disturbing German poster for the upcoming
horror film: Hostel. Now remember, attempting to swallow power tools
will immediately void the tool's warranty and may cause a sore throat or
even death. Please unplug your power tool before attempting to swallow
Mermaids, Tigers, and Lions
[Nov 25, 2005]
comes the poster for the mermaid film Aquamarine. Also, thanks to
Luis for passing along the French poster for Roberto Benigni's latest,
Tiger and the Snow from actuacine.net.
Finally, from moviezine.se
comes "good" and "evil" posters for The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion,
The Witch, and the Wardrobe.
Thursday, November 24th, 2005
comes a low quality look at the new poster for Freedomland starring
Samuel L. Jackson and Julianne Moore. Also, from actuacine.net
comes a new French poster for An Unfinished Life, with the stars
coming out of the mountains like Mount Rushmore.
Wednesday, November 23rd, 2005
Film comes the Scandinavian poster for The Ice Harvest.
Tuesday, November 22nd, 2005
comes the latest poster for Hoodwinked. [Thanks
to Mike Markus for the heads up.]
Releasing comes the new poster for Hellbent. Also, from filmposter-archiv.de
comes a couple German posters. A cheesy one for Cheaper by the Dozen
2 as well a pretty good one for Monster-in-Law. Last time I
saw claws digging in like that on a poster it featured Sharon Stone.
Monday, November 21st, 2005
Thanks to Kyle for passing along a couple new posters. First is the
new Kevin Reynolds film, Tristan & Isolde, starring James Franco
and Sophia Myles. Next is the rather hilarious looking poster for Grandma's
Boy featuring artwork by Phil
Roberts, who has previously done work for Bad
News Bears and Detroit
we have four new Korean posters for Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
That makes at least 31 different posters for the film so far.
Also from the site were quite a number of interesting Korean posters
for past films. Among the highlights: Broken Flowers, Wallace
and Gromit and the Curse of the Were-Rabbit, The Phantom of the
Opera, Wicker Park, Terminator 3, The In-Laws,
By the Dozen, and three crazy character posters from Charlies Angels:
Friday, November 18th, 2005
comes the U.S. poster for Woody Allen's Match Point. A little too
much white space perhaps. The cropping seems to add to the intimacy between
the two characters. But the tag line could be better. Of course there are
"little" secrets. But the secrets in this story are anything but little.
A George Clooney double bill. From blackfilm.com
comes the second, and much more straight-forward, poster for Syriana
and from Cinempire.com
comes the French poster for Good Night, and Good Luck.
Tuesday, November 15th, 2005
From IGN FilmForce
comes the cute advance poster for the animated film Cars. [thanks
to Mike Markus, Iain, and SneakPoint.nl
for the heads up] Also, thanks to MovieJungle
for the heads up on the poster for Wolf Creek.
Saturday, November 12th, 2005
Movie Trailers comes a look at the poster for Duane Hopwood
starring David Schwimmer and Janeane Garofalo.
comes two new Russian posters for King Kong.
Friday, November 11th, 2005
Thanks to EZ1
Productions for passing along the poster for the remake of The Shaggy
Dog starring Tim Allen. Something just a little creepy about seeing
those human eyes staring out of the dog. And whoever came up with the "Raise
the Woof" tag line needs to have their pun license revoked.
Thanks to Dale for sending along the new poster for the North American
release of Nanny McPhee starring Emma Thompson. Also, from Apple
Movie Trailers comes the new poster for Ellie Parker. An interesting
idea to have the film's credits written across Naomi Watt's shirt.
Thursday, November 10th, 2005
Thanks to IONCINEMA for passing
along the poster for The Kid & I starring (and written by) Tom
Wednesday, November 9th, 2005
comes three international posters for The Big White, The Great
Raid, and Proof. Have to love The Great Raid being described
as Pearl Harbor meets The English Patient.
From IONCINEMA comes a look
at the poster for Tristram Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story.
Tuesday, November 8th, 2005
From Lions Gate Films comes the first poster for Madea's Family
Reunion, the follow up to Diary of a Mad Black Woman.
Also, for Montreal Canadiens hockey fans we have the French poster for
Richard starring Roy Dupuis. [courtesy
Monday, November 7th, 2005
Thanks to Mike Markus for passing along new international posters for
Point and The Family Stone as well as the one sheet for the
independent film Brick.
Low quality versions have been kicking around for the last year but
we finally get a high quality look at the one sheet for Edison from
the official site.
It stars Oscar winners Kevin Spacey and Morgan Freeman and Grammy winners
Justin Timberlake and LL Cool J. My, what big heads they all have! [Thanks
to Mike Markus for the heads up]
Thanks to blackfilm.com
for passing along a low quality scan of the new poster for Lonely Hearts
starring John Travolta, James Gandolfini, Jared Leto, and Salma Hayek.
Also, you can check out a low quality shot of a trade magazine ad for the
upcoming Rambo IV film. It's unlikely to ever be used for any actual
posters, but interesting to see nonetheless.
Sunday, November 6th, 2005
comes the poster for The Big White starring
Robin Williams, Holly Hunter, and Woody Harrelson Also, from Apple
Movie Trailers comes a couple small posters for National Lampoon's
Adam & Eve and Three of Hearts: A Postmodern Family.
Also, from European
Films comes the poster for the French film Joyeux Noel.
Friday, November 4th, 2005
Thanks to Mike Markus for passing along the brand new poster for Last
Holiday starring the unlikely combination of Queen Latifah, LL Cool
J, Timothy Hutton, and Gerard Depardieu. Also, we have a much better quality
image of the second poster for In the Mix starring Usher.
Wednesday, November 2nd, 2005
comes French posters for Atom Egoyan's Where the Truth Lies as well
as Lord of War. Also, from EZ1
Productions, comes the poster for the documentary Be Here to Love
Me: A Film About Townes Van Zandt.
Thanks to moviesonline.ca
and EZ1 Productions
for the one sheet of The Libertine starring Johnny Depp, John Malkovich,
and Samantha Morton. Also thanks to IONCINEMA
for passing along new posters for Neil Jordan's Breakfast on Pluto
and Mrs. Henderson Presents.
Thanks to Mike Markus for passing along the posters for First Descent
and In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Story. Is it just me
or does this second poster just scream out "Seriously cheesy movie, run
away!"? Maybe it's just that Burt Reynolds and Ray Liotta simply don't
belong in that time period.