So much of the "Dark Knight Rises" marketing has focused on Batman's impending back-breaking battle with Bane, that you could be forgiven for forgetting the movie's other big bad: the feline fatale Selina Kyle. That's looking to change with the final few weeks of "Dark Knight" promotion, starting with a brand new poster today.
The artist who may or may not be known this time around as Catwoman stands front and center in a secret poster for "The Dark Knight Rises," as alerted to us by the vigilant folks at Superhero Hype. Not unlike the previous poster that showed Bane lording over a broken Bat cowl, this latest look features Selina's sharpened heel cleaving a batarang in half. See it for yourself past the break!
Based on the little solid information we have about "The Dark Knight Rises," it seems that the main conflict arises with Batman and Gotham's finest on the left, Bane and his army of outlaws on the right, and Selina Kyle somewhere in the middle.
Four brand new banners promoting Christopher Nolan's final Batman movie have hit a few of the blogs (including ComingSoon.net) in advance of publishing their set visits, and the new promotional sheets place emphasis on that three-pronged dynamic.
Check out the rest of the posters after the jump.
"The Dark Knight Rises" ends the legend of Christopher Nolan's Batman on July 20. Ahead of that, expect a whole lot of awesome footage and imagery — like today's trio of new posters.
Following the reveal of a new, explosive "Dark Knight" poster just last night comes three new one-sheets featuring three of the central characters in Nolan's final Bat-film: the Caped Crusader himself and incoming nemeses Catwoman and Bane.
See all three posters past the break!
Robert Rodiguez is getting serious about "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" and "Machete Kills," and he wants everyone to know it.
New posters for the films have hit the web courtesy of c7nema and NicoFilmosphere. Though they're not confirmed as official teaser posters, they look more or less like what we expect from the upcoming movies.
If the promo posters tell us anything, it's that both films are going to keep to the style of their predecessors. The "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" poster might not feature the movie's actors yet (likely because they haven't all been cast), but the noir theme, rain falling and fonts are back from the original poster. It's also worth noting that this poster promises Frank Miller will be co-directing again.
"The Amazing Spider-Man" is a little more than two months away, and at this point, we have enough posters and international trailers to last us a lifetime.
The two newest prints show a Spidey that's taken a bit of a beating, most likely by a big green monster known as the Lizard. Heard of him? Spider-Man probably familiarized himself with his reptilian foe when he took two swipes at the hero's chest.
Check out the full images after the jump!
Now there's a bigger draw to attending an IMAX screening of "The Avengers" at 12:01 a.m. on May 4 than just being one of the first people to see the film on the big(ger) screen.
IMAX has unveiled their limited edition "Avengers" midnight release poster that will only be given out to screening attendees. The company's exclusive one-sheet teases the epic Manhattan-based battle that we've seen so much of in recent trailers and clips.
The poster touts itself as being the "12:01 exclusive," so you can one day use that to brag to your grandkids how you went to a midnight screening of "The Avengers" opening night.
Mondo, the poster boutique at Austin's Alamo Drafthouse, has continued their series of prints for "Marvel's The Avengers." Last week, they debuted posters for Hawkeye and Black Widow that literally sold out in two minutes.
Today, the masters of graphic design bring us looks at the four main Avengers: Hulk, Iron Man, Thor and Captain America, and they are, as expected, very cool.
There are supposed to be two more posters in the series, so check back here for any updates.
See the full posters after the jump!
"The Avengers" aren't the only Marvel superheroes worth getting excited over this coming summer. There's also the big-screen reboot of your friendly neighborhood web-slinger to consider: "The Amazing Spider-Man," from "(500) Days of Summer" director Marc Webb.
Today brings a double whammy of Spider-Man goodness: up first is a new international poster for the film, which you can see a little bit of above you, while the full enchilada hangs past the jump. The second awesome Spidey thing: we spoke with Webb as part of our ongoing Summer Movie Preview week! The filmmaker had a lot to say about going 3-D with the new "Spider-Man," the one thing he wanted to preserve from the Sam Raimi/Tobey Maguire era, and much more.
My favorite portion of the interview, though? Webb's thoughts on what makes Andrew Garfield perfect for Peter Parker. He spoke about the humor and drama the "Social Network" star was able to bring to the role, but also his obsession over Spider-Man's physicality...
"The Wolverine" doesn't claw into theaters until the summer of 2013, but that's not stopping Logan's sojourn to Japan from materializing in poster form. Well... maybe, that is.
Screen Rant unearthed an incredibly awesome poster for "The Wolverine," director James Mangold's adaptation of the classic Marvel Comics character. The poster apparently comes from an Instagram photo taken in Mangold's own offices, though the authenticity of the poster is still not entirely verified.
But authentic or not, official or fan-made, this poster is nine shades of awesome. Take a look for yourself after the break.
Summer 2012 is shaping up to be the biggest blockbuster season fans have seen in a long time. Between "The Avengers," "The Dark Knight Rises" and "G.I. Joe: Retaliation," all of our favorite nerdy characters are returning to the big screen for our viewing pleasure.
Among them are the Men in Black, who return to the big screen after more than a decade in "Men in Black 3." A new poster and some images have hit the web to get us pumped for the movie, out May 25, and they are definitely doing their job.