Thanks for checking out the latest edition of Photo Bomb!, your weekly roundup of all movie-related photos and posters floating around the internet.
Plenty more great imagery this week! We start with the various photos floating around, and we have new ones from the films "Trouble With the Curve", "Thor: The Dark World", "The Hobbit: And Unexpected Journey", "At Any Price", "The Details", "The Company You Keep", "The Butler", "Jack Ryan", "The Wolf of Wall Street", "Broken City", and "Mama".
And as for the movie posters, again, not a ton, but still some quality stuff. "Silver Linings Playbook", "Sinister", "A Late Quartet", "Smashed", and "The Impossible".
Hit the jump for all of this week's content!
We start with a handful of new images from "Trouble With the Curve". This one releases September 21 of this year and is one I'm keeping my eye on. I love movies about sports, and this seems to be taking a similar tone from the pages of last year's "Moneyball", which was my favorite movie of last year. There are a ton of images here, but for more, hit the link to the right. (Collider)
Next up, a couple different batches from "Thor: The Dark World". It's nice to start seeing some character stuff from this film. It looks like there should be plenty of action in this upcoming film, which will be something very welcomed in my opinion. (Just Jared & ComicBookMovie)
We keep with the large batches of photos going with these new stills from "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey". Not much we haven't seen outside of the trailer, but still some nice stuff. Plus we do get our first look at Lee Pace who plays the Elvish king Thranduil (Legolas’ father) in the film. (ComingSoon)
Here are some new ones from Ramin Bahrani's film, "At Any Price". The film stars Dennis Quaid, Zac Efron, and Heather Graham. The film premiered at most of the major film festivals over the past month and was met with positive reception at every stop. (The Playlist)
These are the first images for the Tobey Maguire & Elizabeth Banks starring film, "The Details". Reading the synopsis here, I have no idea what to think. There's talk of a family of raccoons discovering some worms, but also a couple dealing with infidelity and murder. What is this?! (The Film Stage)
We have some new ones for Robert Redford's latest directorial effort, "The Company You Keep". Words from Venice and Toronto were generally positive for this film, starring Redford, Shia Labeouf, Anna Kendrick, Richard Jenkins, Stanley Tucci, Nick Nolte, Brendan Gleeson, Sam Elliot, Terrence Howard, Chris Cooper, and Susan Sarandon. Sony will release this early in 2013, but there's no official date yet. (The Playlist)
A few weeks back we saw the first images of James Marsden and Minka Kelly as John and Jackie Kennedy in Lee Daniels' "The Butler". This week, it's Alan Rickman and Jane Fonda as Ronald and Nancy Reagan. And Lenny Kravitz and Oprah Winfrey make an appearance in the second photo in old people makeup. I checked out the great lineup of actors playing the slew of Presidents that will be featured in the film, and Rickman gave me the most questions. But from this picture, he looks great. It looks like Daniels made a great choice here. I can't wait to see all of these guys as the various American Presidents. (Twitter)
Here we have a couple of new ones for the upcoming "Jack Ryan", featuring Chris Pine and Kenneth Branagh - who is also directing the film. Kevin Costner and Keira Knightley also appear. Look for this one sometime near the end of 2013. (The Hollywood Reporter)
Two weeks ago we saw our first images of Leonardo DiCaprio in Martin Scorsese's upcoming film, "The Wolf of Wall Street". This week, it's Jonah Hill and Matthew McConaughey. Both of these actors look pretty awesome in their makeup (and Hill's fake teeth). I'm looking forward to this one, and I really like the entire cast. By the way, a special thanks to X17 for the watermark in the middle of their pictures. What is this, 2005? No one watermarks their images anymore. Get over yourselves. (X17 & Lebanese Cinema)
These are the first two images from Allen Hughes' "Broken City". I haven't heard much about this film so far, but I do like Russell Crowe and Mark Wahlberg. Looks like this is a cop drama/thriller - probably stuff we've seen in the past from both Wahlberg and Crowe. I'll still probably check it out though. It'll hit theaters in January of 2013. (Entertainment Weekly)
The last film with new photos this week is "Mama". It's not a great image, but it does featured a dark-haired Jessica Chastain. The concept seems neat here, as Chastain and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau are tasked with raising their young nieces who were left alone in a forest for five years. And this is a horror movie by the way, a genre that I'll be intrigued to see Chastain in. This will also hit theaters in January of next year. (EW)
We move on to the Movie Posters section, where we start things off with the first poster for "Silver Linings Playbook". No surprise that they took a football playbook approach to the design. At least it's original, but I'm not really digging this one. I feel like this is trying to look too fun for my likes. I know it's not a "serious" drama, but for a dramedy looking to be taken seriously for awards season, this is too playful for me. Still very much looking forward to the film though. (Fandango)
Last week saw a couple of posters for "Sinister", and here's another. I liked the direction both posters last week took, and this is doing the same. In a weird way, this feels like a piece of art to me. It's just an abstract, scary face, and at first glace it isn't anything too much. But then I just get stuck staring at it, and the more I look at it, the more uncomfortable it makes me feel. Another good job here. (ScreenInvasion)
Next we have a very elegant poster for "A Late Quartet". The film stars Philip Seymour Hoffman, Christopher Walken, and Catherine Keener as members of a string quartet struggling to stay together over the years. This probably won't be the most dramatic or exciting film you'll see, but I expect this to be a very enjoyable drama. It will get a theater release sometime later this year. (Collider)
Here's the first poster for "Smashed", a romantic comedy starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Aaron Paul as a married couple who's bond is built on their mutual love for alcohol. But things get tested when Winstead's character decides to get sober. That seems funny to me, and I'll be curious to see more from this. It hits theaters October 12, 2012. (Yahoo! Movies)
The final poster of the week is that from "The Impossible". We've already seen a few different posters from this film, but this latest one seems the nicest I've seen for this family drama. Ewan McGregor and Naomi Watts will star in the film, opening in October. (InsideMovies)
That's what we're looking at this week. Anything seem of particular interest to you?