Hugh Jackman makes his much awaited return to mutantkind with next summer's "The Wolverine," and while we've yet to see a trailer for the James Mangold-directed flick, today brings us our first look at the hero in motion.
An international motion poster for "The Wolverine" has arrived, showing the clawed warrior with a new weapon in his arsenal: a katana. The motion poster sees Logan kneeling on a rooftop, shirtless (because why not?), claws popped in one hand, sword held firmly in the other. Rain comes down all around him as he looks down upon the streets of Tokyo from high above. The poster is, in a word, epic.
See it for yourself below!
We have little to go on when it comes to the upcoming Joseph Kosinski movie "Oblivion," but at least we now know that it will look pretty.
Universal has debuted the first poster for "Oblivion" via IGN, and it touts the headline "Earth is a memory worth fighting for." That doesn't tell us much about the film beyond what we already know, but the image on the poster does. Tom Cruise's Jack Harper stares up at a waterfall that has formed in between the wreckage of a major city, promising that this isn't a version of Earth that we've seen before.
Superman, you've been very, very naughty!
A new poster for director Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel" hit the web on Monday (December 3), slapping the cuffs directly on Supes' wrists. The DC Comics icon is seen in the poster walking down a hall with armed soldiers all around him, handcuffs keeping his fists in place. (Bah, who are we kidding? We all know those cuffs are doing diddly-squat to keep Kal-El in line!)
See the full poster below!
"The Wolverine" will show us the meanest mutant Marvel has to offer, and we've got the poster to prove it. Hugh Jackman and director James Mangold unveiled the first poster for their "X-Men" movie during a question and answer session with the fans this week, alongside a whole host of other details about the upcoming Fox film.
See the poster and find out more below!
Don't make Arrow angry. You wouldn't like him when he's angry.
Oliver Queen is out for justice for the citizens of Starling City, taking criminals and the corrupt off the street one carefully aimed arrow at a time. A brand new poster for the CW series has arrived online today courtesy of TV Line, just ahead of the show's string of sweeps episodes — and as you can see by the emerald-tipped arrow over Oliver's eye, our hero means business.
Check out the poster, and descriptions of those sweeps episodes, after the break.
We're hours away from the release of the first official "Iron Man 3" trailer, and ahead of that, Marvel Studios have released a brand new poster for the film.
It's a simple image: Tony Stark in his workshop, surrounded by his various suits of armor, with the gauntlets and boots of his new Mark XLVII suit beginning to form on him. Back to the viewer and eyes cast downward, here's a billionaire playboy philanthropist with a dark road ahead of him.
Check out the poster in full below.
"Marvel's The Avengers" hits home video on Tuesday (September 25), and in addition to all of the incredible bonus features included with the film — check out the Joss Whedon commentary as soon as you can, by the way; it's awesome — you have a chance to get four thoroughly badass posters along with your movie.
The good folks at /Film have exclusive details on four posters available with any "Avengers" home video purchase, be it Blu-ray or DVD. Buyers simply need to input their unique code into avengersofferassemble.com, and they'll receive one free poster, plus three additional posters for the price of $19.99.
Check out the posters below to see if they're worth the price tag.
Judgment is coming to Mega City One, as you can see in a brand new Mondo poster for "Dredd," created by comic book artist Jock. It's just the latest collaboration between the Austin-based team and Jock, who previously rendered posters based on "The Dark Knight Rises" and "Battleship" for the boutique poster line.
See the full poster below!
Fight the dead. Fear the living.
Those are the words of caution that grace the new poster for "The Walking Dead," and they couldn't be more appropriate. With The Governor acting as the villain at the center of season three, we will quickly learn that some of the humans who survived the zombie apocalypse are far more deadly than the undead ones.
The poster shows off the new prison setting of the series, but it also teases some major changes for the new season. Read our analysis after the jump!
Even if you've already seen "The Dark Knight Rises" 35,678 times in theaters, you never need an excuse to pay a visit to the Batcave one more time. But Mondo is looking to lure you to Bruce Wayne's secret headquarters all the same by way of a limited edition poster, going on sale this Thursday (August 30).
Check out the new Batman poster from Mondo after the jump!