Photo Mania: WE BOUGHT A ZOO, FRIGHT NIGHT, THE DECOY BRIDE, and more
Today we are going to be trying out something new. I love looking at photos for upcoming movies, especially when it’s the first time that you see something about it. It doesn’t matter whether it’s the new blockbuster or a small independent film, a good image could make you interested in it in a second. Unfortunately, there are too many photos and not enough time to share all of them with you.
That is why we are starting a Photo Mania in which we will share some photos (and sometimes posters) from different films found all over that caught my attention, but that I won’t have time to write too much on. So let’s get started and I hope you enjoy.
First up is the upcoming movie Eight Minutes Idle which is currently being shot in Bristol, UK. The film is a warped urban comedy about life in a Bristol call-centre.
This one caught my eye because of the above photo featuring Tom Hughes, whom I recently saw in Ricky Gervais’ Cemetery Junction and loved. You can find more photos from the film over at HeyUGuys.
Next is a new photo of Meryl Streep as Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady. The photo also features Jim Broadbent as her husband Denis. This one comes from Dailymail.
From Empire, we have the poster of Screwed featuring James D’Arcy and Noel Clarke. The movie comes out on June 3 in the UK.
As a Doctor Who fan, I had to share this next one of David Tennant as Peter Vincent in Fright Night. The photo is scanned from the June issues of Empire Magazine via Scottish Actors.
And another David Tennant (and Kelly Macdonald) picture, this one from The Decoy Bride which will screen at the Cannes Film Festival (currently taking place), also via Scottish Actors.
Here is the first photo from Marvel’s The Avengers directed by Joss Whedon and slated to be released on May 4, 2012.
Cameron Crowe shared a few photos on Twitter from his next movie on We Bought a Zoo, which he is currently directing. The movie stars Matt Damon and Scarlett Johansson.
Finally, below I leave you with some promo art from Alexandre Aja’s new film, Cobra: The Space Pirate, which is based on the Japanese space-opera manga series, Cobra. Looks pretty cool right? Thanks to FirstShowing.net for this one.