Thanks for checking out the latest edition of Photo Bomb!, your weekly roundup of all movie-related photos floating around the internet.
This week, lots more new material for you to sink your teeth into. The quantity might not be as high as in recent weeks, but I feel the quality has been raised, with many of the photos and posters coming from solid-looking movies. Included below, we have photos from such films as "Total Recall", "Frozen Ground", "Taken 2", "The Dark Knight Rises", "Piranha 3DD", "Hitchcock", and "Under the Skin". We also have a handful of new posters released for films "Sin City 2", "Machete Kills", "Skyfall", "Katy Perry's Part of Me", "Anchorman 2", some character posters for "The Amazing Spider-Man", and the newest poster for Ridley Scott's "Prometheus".
After the break, check out the full filmstrip of this week's notable photos and posters!
First, we'll start with the new photos released for the upcoming remake of "Total Recall". I'm liking everything I've seen from this film so far. It looks like it's going to take itself a little more seriously than its predecessor, but I still have strong interest in checking this one out. The film is set to release August 3, 2012. (Total Recall's Official Site)
Here's that new poster for Ridley Scott's latest, "Prometheus". I'm not sure of my thoughts on this. On one hand, it does look epic, and you can really see Scott's sci-fi style in all of it. But on the other hand, I just feel like it's too "cool" for this movie. Other than Scott's name and the title "Alien" at the top, it just kind of looks like another action sci-fi movie poster. Don't get me wrong, I don't hate it. I just feel like I want it to be more classic and iconic. Maybe more simple or something? What do you guys think? (EMPIRE)
And, because that all went so well, here's some fun photos for you. These are all portraits by Kirk Demarais. It's a brilliant idea; I look at these and think why didn't I think of this?! This is a sampling of his work, but if you go to his site, there are a lot more selections, with prints of all available for purchase. (Official Site)
So that's what we're looking at this week. What do you guys think? What are you favorite photos?