Photo Bomb!

Thanks for checking out the latest edition of Photo Bomb!, your weekly roundup of all movie-related photos and posters floating around the internet.

Another slow week in the photos department, but we still have new images floating around the internet for "Noah", "Machete Kills", "Cloud Atlas", "Paranoia", "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey", "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire", "RoboCop", and a currently 'Untitled Terrence Malick Project'.

And things are a bit stronger on the posters end of things, where this week we have new stuff for films "The World's End", "Carrie", "The Details", "Jack Reacher", "This Must be the Place", "The Impossible", "Flight", "Pacific Rim", "Silent Hill: Revelation", "Django Unchained", "Gangster Squad", and "Les Miserables".

Hit the jump for all of this week's newest content!

Earlier this week we saw an image of Darren Aronofsky's "completed" ark for the upcoming "Noah". It doesn't look like a boat, but it will work for filming purposes. Now, to go with that image, we have some of our first photos of Russell Crowe and Jennifer Connelly in costume. Walking around in streets next to vehicles, they just look like bums! (Vulture)

Next we have the first official image released for Robert Rodriguez' sequel, "Machete Kills". The image features the star of the film, Danny Trejo, along with the beautiful Amber Heard. Along with Heard, the film has also amassed quite the grouping of attractive women, including Jessica Alba, Sofia Vergara, Alexa Vega, Vanessa Hudgens, Lady Gaga, and Michelle Rodriguez. The film will get a 2013 release date. (Inside Movies)

If you weren't yet sold on the various different personas that the characters in "Cloud Atlas" would be taking on in this film, here's some more proof. It's more great imagery for the film, which looks more impressive to me every day. I almost dislike that I'm starting to get excited for this film - before it was set to wow me, now I have fear that it could let me down... Anyway, this is just a sampling of the new photos released; for more, hit the like to the right. "Cloud Atlas" will open next weekend. (Collider)

These are our first images from Robert Luketic‘s upcoming thriller, "Paranoia". The film stars Harrison Ford, Liam Hemsworth, and Gary Oldman. Looks like a corporate spy/mystery thriller here, but it's neat that Oldman and Ford will be opposing enemies in the film. I want to see Ford do something strong again. The shaved head isn't a good start, but we'll see what happens. The film will get its release October 4, 2013. (Digital Spy)

Just a few new photos from Peter Jackson's "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey", but what's neat is that we get to see Elijah Wood, who will again be reprising his role as Frodo. We can assume Frodo's screen time to be limited, but it's cool that he's there. The photos also feature Martin Freeman as Bilbo and Ian McKellan as Gandalf. The first film of this upcoming trilogy will hit theaters December 14, 2012. (CINE Marcado)

Here's a few new ones from the set of "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire". I have no idea what kind of suit that is (or even who's wearing it), but from the extravagant and creative designs in the first film, I'm sure this will fit right in. The film opens November 22, 2013, and while I didn't care much for the first film, it was still good enough for me to have mild interest in this installment. (Just Jared)

I guess the big news for "RoboCop" this week is that it got its release date bumped from August 9, 2013 to February 7, 2014. Whether or not this has to do with filming delays (or more likely the studio's fears on how poorly "Dredd" recently did), I don't know. New imagery was still just released showing off more of the suit and vehicles in the film. (ComicBookMovie)

We finish off our Photos section with some new production shots from the upcoming "Untitled Terrence Malick Project". I'm guessing they'll go with a catchier title than that before it's said and done, but that's all we have for now. The film stars Natalie Portman, Michael Fassbender, Christian Bale, Rooney Mara, Ryan Gosling, and Cate Blanchett. Also featured in one image below is "professional freak", Erik “The Lizardman” Sprague. This one is set for a July 2013 release. (Daily Mail)

Starting off the Movie Posters section is the first poster for Edgar Wright's "The World's End", again starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. The is the third and final installment to Wright's “Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy”, following "Shaun of the Dead" and "Hot Fuzz". The film follows longtime friends trying to finally complete an epic pub crawl they set out to do twenty years ago. It will get its U.S. theater release October 25, 2013. (Fandango)

Well, all I can say is that I really don't like this first teaser poster released for "Carrie". I think the movie was cast well and I do look forward to seeing what they can do with this story, but this poster does not appeal to me. The film opens March 15, 2013. (Dark Horizons)

As weird as the synopsis sounded to me for "The Details", this new poster backs up those feelings completely. The film is about a family of raccoons but also betrayal, infidelity and murder (separate issues, not raccoon infidelity and murder - though that's a film that needs to be made!). Needless to say, the film intrigues me. It stars Tobey Maguire and Elizabeth Banks, and is now available on VOD. It will also get a limited theater release in November. (Collider)

Two new posters for "Jack Reacher", starring Tom Cruise. Both are pretty similar, but the second reassures any of us who weren't aware that the law has limits, but Jack Reacher doesn't. Early reports are that Cruise nails this role - one of which I'm looking forward to seeing. The film hits theaters December 21, 2012. (VeryAware)

We've been hearing about "This Must be the Place" for a long time now. The film looks pretty good though, and I think Sean Penn will be great in this role. It looks like it will finally start hitting theaters November 2, 2012. (Awards Daily)

I'm sure "The Impossible" will be a great drama, but I'm kind of over it at this point. I will see it when it comes out, but I don't care much until then. It stars Ewan McGregor & Naomi Watts and opens in select theaters on December 21st. (IMP Awards)

Now here's a movie that I do care about, Robert Zemeckis' "Flight". This is an international poster for the film, and while it isn't anything too exciting, it doesn't diminish my anticipations for the film. "Flight" stars Denzel Washington, John Goodman, and Don Cheadle, and will be released on November 2, 2012. (Teaser-Trailer)

And speaking of films I'm looking forward to, Guillermo Del Toro's "Pacific Rim" might be near the top of films I'm anticipating for 2013. Del Toro has backed the epic scale and violence that will be featured here 100%, and you can tell from his interviews that he's just loving making this movie. The film pits attacking aliens against giant human-helmed robots in a battle for our planet's survival. This is a viral poster that was just released for the film at last week's New York Comic-Con. Look for the film to hit theaters July 12, 2013. (ScreenCrush)

Are people looking forward to this film or is "Silent Hill: Revelation" going to be even worse than the last film this franchise had to offer? I saw the trailer last week when I went to see "Argo", and sandwiched in between trailers for films like "Lincoln", "Flight", "Life of Pi", and "Cloud Atlas", this just felt terribly out of place. Maybe it will be cool, I don't know. It's nothing that's on my radar though. (InnerFear)

Back to some great looking posters for some of my more anticipated films to come. Here we have some great new character posters for Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained". This might be THE film I'm most looking forward to the rest of the year, but we'll have to see what else pops up. Just seems like a perfect storm of my recent appreciation for Tarantino as well as a new love for westerns. I really like the cast here, and the trailer is better every time I watch it. (Empire)

We continue along with character posters, this time for "Gangster Squad". This is another film that's looking better and better to me every time I see something from it. That cast looks great, I love the era, and the imagery is all very noir-stylized; I dig it. It's a shame we have to wait until January for this now to release, but it should be a nice option in the after-Christmas season. (CinemaBlend)

And let's finish things up with these new character posters for "Les Miserables". This one doesn't appeal quite so much to me, but it looks like it's going to be a critical favorite, so one worth keeping an eye on. I do like the cast involved though, and it will be kind of neat to see this story done on more of an epic scale. The film will compete with "Django Unchained", opening on Christmas Day of this year. (HeyUGuys)

That's what we're looking at this week. Anything in particular catch your attention?