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Check out new poster for 'Mud' with Matthew McConaughey -- EXCLUSIVE

Mud, which wowed festival audiences at Cannes and Sundance, is gearing up for its nationwide release. The trailer hit the web last month, and now EW has an exclusive look at the poster for the drama starring Matthew McConaughey.

Written and directed by Take Shelter filmmaker Jeff Nichols, Mud follows a charismatic outlaw (McConaughey) as he recruits two boys who find him hiding along the banks of the Mississippi to help him reunite with his ex (Reese Witherspoon) and make a clean getaway.

Check out the poster, featuring a scruffy, grimy McConaughey, below: READ FULL STORY

Twas a dark and stormy night: 'The Place Beyond the Pines' debuts new poster

It’s hard for a movie poster to be anything but pretty when it features the faces of Eva Mendes, Ryan Gosling, and Bradley Cooper, but somehow, the new poster for The Place Beyond the Pines achieves an impressive-yet-appropriate level of gloominess (while still being pretty).

The Place Beyond the Pines, the next film from Blue Valentine director Derek Cianfrance, stars Ryan Gosling as a stunt rider who turns to a life of crime (specifically bank robbing) to provide for his baby mama, played by Eva Mendes. Meanwhile, Cooper and his blue eyes are lurking around every corner with his rookie-cop badge and a son of his own.

After debuting at the 2012 Toronto Film Festival, The Place Beyond the Pines is giving the rest of us a glimpse into its world with its latest poster, which features a very worried Mendes, a confused/angry Cooper and a determined Gosling on his way to the nearest bank. It’s a tale of fathers, sons and, from the looks of the poster, at least one dark and stormy night.

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Check out the new poster for serial killer documentary 'The Jeffrey Dahmer Files' -- EXCLUSIVE IMAGE

More than two decades after he was sentenced to 957 years in jail for murdering 17 people, Jeffrey Dahmer remains, thankfully, America’s most notorious serial killer. Now, a new documentary from director Chris James Thompson called The Jeffrey Dahmer Files details the crimes of the so-called “Milwaukee Cannibal” using archive footage and interviews with, amongst others, one of the lead detectives on the Dahmer case and the killer’s next door neighbor. (Thompson has committed to donating any profits from the film to The Milwaukee Community Service Corps, a non-profit vocational training organization.)

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Charlie Sheen dies (well, sort of) in new poster for 'A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III' -- EXCLUSIVE

Okay, that headline is shameless. But the new poster for writer-director Roman Coppola’s A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III is sort of shameless, too. The period comedy follows the surrealistic misadventures of the titular playboy graphic designer (Charlie Sheen), whose buddies (Bill Murray and Jason Schwartzman) try to help him heal his world-melting broken heart. The one-sheet plays off that story by picturing Swan with an arrow through his heart, but the image of an impaled Swan floating above Los Angeles is certain to evoke the persona of the man playing him for many moviegoers. Check it out below:  READ FULL STORY

New 'Jack the Giant Slayer' posters: Get a load of these creepy cloud-dwelling giants!

Warner Bros. Pictures has released five posters for Jack the Giant Slayer — Bryan Singer’s heroic re-imagining of Jack and the Beanstalk — via its Twitter feed. This movie is finally hitting the big screen March 1 after many date shifts and a title change. November’s trailer didn’t show much of the giants up close, so here they are! They’re very “dinosaurs dressed as humans.” Get ready for some closeups of jagged, dimpled teeth and eerily beautiful green eyes…. READ FULL STORY

Two new 'Spring Breakers' posters released, including one too hot for the U.S.

A pair of new posters for Harmony Korine’s candy-colored R-rated comedy Spring Breakers recently hit the web. One is artsy and evocative; the other features James Franco wielding a gun while a quartet of bikini-clad babes (including ex-Disney Channel stars Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens, as well as Pretty Little Liar Ashley Benson) vamp around him.

But which is meant for domestic audiences, and which is for their foreign counterparts? The answer may surprise you:

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New 'Stoker' poster features Nicole Kidman, and Mia Wasikowska's bloody hands -- EXCLUSIVE

Family? It’s complicated … but also bloody, at least when it comes to Oldboy director Park Chan-wook’s thriller Stoker, which stars Nicole Kidman and Mia Wasikowska.

Case in point, check out this exclusive one-sheet poster for the film that features an unusual holiday-esque portrait warning “DO NOT DISTURB THE FAMILY” with a blood splattered twist.

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'Oz the Great and Powerful' new poster shows green-hued wicked witch - but who plays her?

Oh, the sheer mystery of it all.

Check out this new poster from Disney for Oz the Great and Powerful, out in theaters March 8, showing a green, hook-nosed, black hat-wearing witch with clawed fingernails and a sneer that screams “I’M EVIL.”

Is the Wicked Witch of the West back? Disney won’t confirm which witch the demonic looking lady is, whether Theodora (Mila Kunis), Evanora (Rachel Weisz), or Glinda (Michelle Williams). All bets are on Weisz, but director Sam Raimi always has some tricks up his sleeve, so we’ll just have to see…

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Read more:
‘Oz the Great and Powerful’: A deep dive into Sam Raimi’s new trailer
‘Oz The Great and Powerful’ banner: Which witch is which?

'The Great Gatsby' posters: Isla Fisher and Joel Edgerton as Myrtle and Tom -- PHOTOS

Baz Luhrmann’s 3-D take on The Great Gatsby, which was originally set to open Christmas Day but will now be released May 10, stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan, Tobey Maguire, Isla Fisher, and Joel Edgerton. The first character posters acknowledge the film’s famous literary roots with quotes from F. Scott Fitzgerald’s 1925 book about two of its main supporting characters. In the first picture, check out Edgerton as Tom Buchanan alongside Fitzgerald’s passage about “careless people”: READ FULL STORY

'A Good Day to Die Hard' poster: Meet the McClanes -- EXCLUSIVE

Fresh off that great poster with the tagline that hopefully earned somebody from the marketing department a well-deserved promotion, the new poster for February’s A Good Day to Die Hard opts for a tagline-free look at the McClane boys — papa John and son Jack — holding identical really big guns and staring off-camera. Maybe they’re staring at a helicopter they’re going to shoot at. Maybe, given the movie’s Moscow setting, they are staring at President Vladimir Putin, and Putin is saying something like “Do you really sink you heff a chawnce against us, cowboys?” (Putin has a German accent, for some reason.) Anyhow, they’re definitely looking at something, and it’s probably about to explode. Take a look below, and click on the image for a bigger look at the carnage. READ FULL STORY

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