A whole mess of new pictures from some of 2009’s hottest films have been put on to the Interwebs.
Entertainment Weekly has the pics, which you can see below and on the following pages. If you didn’t already get the idea from our feature on this year’s biggest pics, 2009 is shaping up to be a fun one…
Christian Bale. Johnny Depp. Michael Man. If you weren’t sold already, these awesome new pics should seal the deal.
Okay, so you already know we’re excited about this one. And with Bale (him again) in full growly form as John Connor, Salvation is looking like one of the blockbusters to beat.
Angels & Demons
The Da Vinci Code might not have been the greatest film of 2007, but it was hugely popular. Hopefully Angels, a prequel, will right some of those plot wrongs – and it looks like Tom Hanks’ hair has been sorted out.
The Taking Of Pelham 1-2-3
Tony Scott takes on this cult crime fave, which sees a gang (led this time by John Travolta) hijacking a subway train. Denzel Washington is the transport security chief faced with defusing the situation. But can the theme tune be as cool as the original?
Land Of The Lost
Will Ferrell needs a solid hit and this adventure comedy might just be it. With Danny McBride and Anna Friel along for the ride, we want to see more footage before we make our minds up, but the sets were amazing.
The Year One
Shrouded in mystery for ages, we’re excited to see this output from the Apatow comedy factory. Directed by Harold Ramis, it sees Jack Black and Michael Cera as slackers in the ancient world.
Pixar’s latest has been hailed by those who’ve seen minutes of footage as their most amazing pic yet. We can believe it.
Where The Wild Things Are
Director Spike Jonze has confirmed the stories of production trouble, but everything we’ve seen of this makes us hope it all works out in the end. Fantasy adventure needs the imagination of Jonze combined with that of Maurice Sendak.
X-Men Origins: Wolverine
You’ve seen the trailer here. While this is another film to suffer from some negative shooting buzz, we’ve got our adamantium claws crossed that Logan’s prequel run continues solid work from Hugh Jackman.
[Source: Entertainment Weekly]