In TheScarletSp1der’s Spotlight: New Posters of the Week

Happy Saturday everyone!

As you all know, I love movie posters! I also love collecting them! Today brings another spotlight on the work of the artists of some great posters for upcoming movies! I hope you enjoy them as much as I!

1. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -Part 1 (11-18-11) 

2. A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas (11-4-11)

3. Machine Gun Preacher (9-23-11)

4. Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (12-9-11)

5. Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol (12-21-11)

6. Margin Call (10-21-11)

7. The Sitter (12-9-11)

8. The Rum Diary (10-28-11)

So, what do you think? Which ones are your favorites? I personally like the ones for Machine Gun Preacher, Margin Call, and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy.

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Thanks for reading! Happy Watching!




    • really? Twilight? you are definitely in the minority. I put it first just to get past the horrible one first. Kinda like being a kid and eating the vegetables first in order to enjoy the rest of my dinner! haha


  1. The Twilight one is horrible. Love the Harold and Kumar one, which I’ll select my favorite. Am sure I will watch that movie as soon as it comes out. Mission Impossible looks a bit too photoshopped. Had a hard time quickly reading the Rum Diary one….


    • Dear Nostra! thanks for stopping in.

      I wasn’t a fan of the Mission Impossible one, only because it wasn’t anything different from the first promo photo they launched about a month ago. No originality there…


  2. My absolute favorite is obviously the MGP one, it’s such a nice contrast to the badass one they released previously. Followed by the Tinker Tailor and Rum Diary posters. I won’t even dignify the Twilight one w/ a comment, ahah.


  3. I think Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy could be one of the better films of the year. The poster is great. I think the Jonah Hill one is really funny and the new Johnny Depp film looks interesting.

    I’m not so sure I’ll be rushing to see Margin Call unless it starts getting fantastic reviews. Otherwise it doesn’t really interest me.


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