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    A few weeks back we brought you the first poster for Quentin Tarantino's southern revenge flick Django Unchained, and now we can bring you a few images to go along with it. EW has premiered the two images, and they've...
    "Into Darkness," the sequel to JJ Abram's 2009 re-imagining of the Star Trek franchise, debuted its first official poster today. The cryptic art for the film features a charred city's ruins that outline (in the shape of the Starfleet...
    That phantom menace Darth Maul is set to return to the Star Wars galaxy this spring when The Clone Wars returns to the air. I'll admit I'm a Star Wars super nerd, and I've watched a handful of episodes...
    The May release of The Avengers is inching closer and closer, and Marvel is amping up the marketing materials. Today they released two new banners for the film, one with the A-team (Cap, Hulk, Iron Man, and Thor) and...
    After the recent released of other posters for the team, the Incredible Hulk has been revealed. Also released was a poster combining all heroes from the film. The Avengers stars Chris Evans, Robert Downey, Jr., Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo...
    We just reported on The Amazing Spider-Man poster, but this poster for The Dark Knight Rises is far better looking: There's Bane, and there's the broken Bat, and really, what more is there to be said? We're all seeing this...
    With TURN: Washington's Spies returning for a two-hour premiere on April 13, 2015, the first poster of the second season has been released. The poster features Ian Kahn as George Washington, Jamie Bell as Abraham Woodhull, Seth Numrich as Benjamin...
    I really like this poster. It's a cool design, evocative and smart and completely devoid of the floating head syndrome most contemporary posters get stuck with. I'm hearing tons of odd things about Lone Ranger's production, so I'm really curious...
    Sony is ramping up the publicity for The Amazing Spider-Man, and it all starts with the first poster. SuperHeroHype was given exclusive rights to the poster, so that explains the ugly water mark. What's less explained is the tagline "The...
    Well, in this case the headline says it all. /film has the "Dark Knight Rises" poster, and it looks as great as you'd expect. No characters, just the good ol' bat symbol framed within some urban destruction. Rumor has it...
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