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New Poster for My Week With Marilyn

I’m bummed to see that My Week With Marilyn isn’t opening until November 23rd now (that is gonna be one booked weekend for me), but I do love this new poster.

New Poster For Eastwood’s “J. Edgar”

Somehow I missed this poster over the weekend, but boy do I love it. I saw this trailer in theaters a few times over the last week and I just cannot wait to see the film for myself.

The film is due out in theaters on November 9th (limited) and November 11th (worldwide).

Poster for Spielberg’s “War Horse”

I’ve been excited for this film since the first trailer was released in June. Oh, who am I kidding, I’ve been excited for this movie since I read about it over a year ago. Spielberg, check. Horses, check. (for the record, I like horses, they don’t like me). WWI, check. Awesome cinematography, check.

I simply cannot wait for the end of December. War Horse is due in US theaters on December 28, 2011 and The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn (also directed by Spielberg) is due out in US theaters on December 23, 2011.

Trailer and Poster for Fincher’s The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

This looks…interesting. I love Fincher so I’ll put aside my dislike of Daniel Craig and see this in theaters for sure.



German Poster For Malick’s “The Tree of Life”

This poster seems to emphasize the domestic aspects of Terrence Malick’s newest films that promises to span millennia, including the origins of life – an dinosaurs! – as well as a look at the life of a boy’s relationship with his father. Brad Pitt is the father in the 1950s (or so) and Sean Penn plays the grown up version of the son. I absolutely love everything that Malick has ever done and am more than excited for this film.

The film is set to premiere on May 16, 2011 at the Cannes Film Festival before opening wide on May 27, 2011 in the United States.

Posters For “Meek’s Cutoff,” “The Conspirator”

These are both films I first heard about during the Toronto International Film Festival last fall (not that I was there, but buzz surfaced on the internet). I really cannot wait to see either. Both films are set to open on April 15th.

Another Bland Poster For “The King’s Speech”

For one of the top contenders in this year’s Best Picture race, whoever is in charge of making posters for the film sure is dropping the ball.

New Posters For 127 Hours, Casino Jack, The King’s Speech and London Boulevard

These are all films I cannot wait to see. Especially London Boulevard, the directorial debut of William Monahan, who won an Academy Award for his adapted screenplay of 2006’s The Departed.

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New Posters For The Tourist, Rabbit Hole, Morning Glory and The Way Back

I cannot wait to see all of these movies. They each have the potential to be amazing, though they’re all such different genres. They also star a plethora of people I love.

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New Posters For “Made in Dagenham” and “For Colored Girls”

I love Sally Hawkins and pretty much everyone else in Nigel Cole’s Made in Dagenham and For Colored Girls is perhaps the only Tyler Perry film I’ve ever actually wanted to see.

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