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 of new imagery from various films this week, so we'll get things started by taking a look at new photos from "Noah", "Seven Psychopaths", "The Butler", "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire", "The Angriest Man in Brooklyn", "Trance", "Kick-Ass 2", "Jack and Diane", "The Wolverine", and "Identity Thief".
A good handful of movie posters this week too, for films like "Identity Thief", "Promised Land", "Les Miserables", "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey", "Frankenweenie", "Wreck-It Ralph", "The Croods", "The Smurfs 2", "Rise of the Guardians", "Argo", and "Cloud Atlas".
Hit the jump for all of this week's newest content!
We start with this newest image from Darren Aronofsky's upcoming film (2014), "Noah". It's a little hard to make out (before lighting effects were added), but this is a shot from inside the Ark, taken from one of the crew members. I'm no mathematician, but that sure looks like more than just two snakes to me... (Twitter)
Here's a huge batch for "Seven Psychopaths", which stars Colin Farrell, Christopher Walken, Sam Rockwell, and Woody Harrelson. I'm hearing great things so far about this one, and that cast alone seems worth the price of admission. It will hit theaters October 12, 2012. P.S. I only attached a handful of the images, but hit the link to the right for dozens more. (The Playlist)
One behind-the-scenes shot from Lee Daniels' "The Butler". This one just focuses on Forest Whitaker, who the film will revolve around. I'm very intrigued with this one, and I've really enjoyed the imagery I've already seen from it. (Collider)
Next we have a couple of new images from "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire". It's nothing amazing, but it's sure better than the crop last week. Donald Sutherland is a cool dude, and I hope he gets a bit more screen time in this chapter. (Examiner)
I haven't heard much about "The Angriest Man in Brooklyn", but the idea seems solid. Robin Williams stars in this dramedy about a man trying to figure what he'll do with the final moments of his life. It doesn't get its release until 2013, but this is definitely one I'll be keeping my eye on. (ComingSoon)
This is our first look at the upcoming Danny Boyle film, "Trance". The thriller revolves around an art heist and two competing thieves. James McAvoy, Vincent Cassell, and Rosario Dawson will star. These first images are nice and bloody. Pretty neat. (The Playlist)
Another week and another array of photos from "Kick-Ass 2". The anticipated sequel is bringing in many new faces this time around, including Jim Carrey (our first look below). We have a few more shots of the regular gang as well. (ScreenRant, Twitter & ComicBookMovie)
While "Jack and Diane" actually released on VOD the other day, the studio did release this great new image today. The film is a horror/romance pic, but the creature in this image is just a metaphor for feelings or some crap like that - so don't expect more than a few scenes with this guy; but as a stand-alone image, it looks pretty awesome to me. (Fangoria)
We've seen a few photos of behind-the-scenes stuff that have hit the internet for "The Wolverine" already, but this is the first "official" image that Fox has released for the film. Jackman looks pretty ripped, but even knowing he's in great shape, at 44-years-old, I have to imagine that a lot of those muscles and veins were added via makeup and special effects. (Twitter)
The last bit of photos we have this week are for "Identity Thief", a film that will star Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy. This comedy involves a woman (McCarthy) stealing the identity of a man (Bateman). It's looking at a February 8, 2013 release date. (Yahoo! Movies)
And let's hop right into the Movie Posters section with a couple of character posters for the same film. Standard comedy film posters, but they both look funny, I guess. With Bateman and McCarthy both at the top of their games right now, I hope this will make for plenty of laughs. (Empire)
Next up is the first poster for Gus Van Sant's latest, "Promised Land". The script, written by Matt Damon and John Krasinski, also puts them in starring roles alongside Frances McDormand and Hal Holbrook. We saw the first trailer for the film earlier this week, and I like the look here, too. Plus, from writing to directing to the cast, everything looks in-line for a possible awards-season push. (Apple)
Here's the newest poster for this Christmas' "Les Miserables", featuring a small child that no one cares about (yeah, I get it; I know it's paying homage to the original stage poster for the play). But with a cast on board of Russell Crowe, Hugh Jackman and Anne Hathaway, I want to be seeing their faces on movie posters, not random children. (Star Pulse)
A couple new ones have hit the web for Peter Jackson's latest epic, "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey". The first is just a close-up on Frodo (Martin Freeman), while the other has some more fun and looks at the band of dwarfs playing a prominent role in the film. (Facebook)
From here we start down a path of animation, and the next handful of titles are all for films of this style. First, the IMAX poster for Tim Burton's "Frankenweenie". I like the black and white; don't care much for the film though. (FilmoFilia)
Last week we saw a bunch of character posters from "Wreck-It Ralph" featuring most of these same figures. This week, they're all assembled for this one international poster - well, two posters, but the same assemblage, one just with a different border. This is probably the only one of these animated features I have any interest in, and it's still very little. (Recent Movie Posters)
This is the first poster that DreamWorks has released for "The Croods", and if nothing else, at least we can see that the landscape looks vast. The film features the voice stylings of Nicolas Cage, Ryan Reynolds and Emma Stone, and looks like a fun one for the kids. Look for this in 2013. (Yahoo! Movies)
I never saw the first Smurfs movie (and never plan to), so this sequel, "The Smurfs 2", seems way off my radar. This is just the teaser, but for some reason, looking at it just makes me angry. Too similar to "Ghostbusters 2" maybe? (Moviefone)
Our last new animated poster this week is for "Rise of the Guardians". Just an ensemble team gathering here. Nothing exciting, but fine imagery, I suppose. The film releases November 21, 2012. (The Hollywood News)
And we're back to live-action, this for the much-anticipated "Argo". The film is directed by Ben Affleck, and along with starring in the film, per the character posters below, we see that John Goodman and Alan Arkin also have prominent roles. The film gets a wide release October 12, 2012. I'm hoping this lives up to my expectations of being one of the best movies of the year. (CinemaBlend)
That's what we're looking at this week. Anything seem of particular interest to you?