It’s been a while since our last movie poster round-up, and a  lot of one-sheets have hit the local multiplex and are now online. After the jump you will see posters for the following films: Academy Award-nominated documentary director Nanette Burstein‘s fictional feature debut Going the Distance, Get Low starring Robert Duvall and Bill Murray, Winebago Man, The Dry Land, Radu Mihaileanu’s The Concert, an international one-sheet for Tron Legacy, Piranha 3D, an international poster for Disney’s The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, The Extra Man, Easy A starring Emma Stone.

Going the Distance:

GOING THE DISTANCE In theatres on August 27

(New Line Cinema)

Director: Nanette Burstein

Writer: Geoff LaTulippe

Producers: Adam Shankman, Jennifer Gibgot, Garrett Grant

Executive Producers: Dave Neustadter, Richard Brener, Michael Disco

Cast: Drew Barrymore, Justin Long, Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis, Ron Livingston, Jim Gaffigan,

Kelli Garner, Rob Riggle, Christina Applegate

Romantic Comedy. Erin’s (Drew Barrymore) wry wit and unfiltered frankness charm newly single Garrett (Justin Long) over beer, bar trivia and breakfast the next morning. Their chemistry sparks a full-fledged summer fling, but neither expects it to last once Erin heads home to San Francisco and Garrett stays behind for his job in New York City. But when six weeks of romping through the city inadvertently become meaningful, neither is sure they want it to end. And while Garrett’s friends, Box (Jason Sudeikis) and Dan (Charlie Day), joke about his pre-flight calorie cutting and his full-time relationship with his cell phone, they don’t like losing their best drinking buddy to yet another rocky romance. At the same time, Erin’s high-strung, overprotective married sister, Corrine (Christina Applegate), wants to keep Erin from heading down an all-too-familiar road. But despite the opposite coasts, the nay-saying friends and family, and a few unexpected temptations, the couple just might have found something like love, and with the help of a lot of texting, sexting and late-night phone calls, they might actually go the distance.

This film has been rated R for sexual content
including dialogue, language throughout, some drug use and brief nudity.

Get Low: (via: FirstShowing)

People say backwoods recluse Felix Bush (Robert Duvall) has done all manner of unspeakable things—that he’s killed in cold blood; that he’s in league with the Devil; that he has strange powers—and they avoid him like the plague. One day Felix rides to town with a shotgun and a wad of cash, saying he wants to buy a funeral, a “living funeral,” in which anyone who ever had heard a story about him will come to tell it, while he takes it all in. GET LOW is a Sony Pictures Classics release, runs for 102 minutes and is not yet MPAA rated.

Sensing a big payday in the offing, fast-talking funeral home owner Frank Quinn (Bill Murray) enlists his young apprentice, Buddy Robinson (Lucas Black), to win over Felix’s business. Buddy discovers that behind Felix’s plan lies a very real and long-held secret that must get out. As the funeral approaches, the mystery—which involves the widow Maddie Darrow (Sissy Spacek), the only person in town who ever got close to Felix, and the Illinois preacher Charlie Jackson (Bill Cobbs), who refuses to speak at his former friend’s funeral—only deepens. But on the big day, Felix is in no mood to listen to other people spinning made-up anecdotes about him. This time, he’s the one who is going to do the telling about why he has been hiding out in the woods.


Dry Land:

James (Ryan O’Nan) returns from Iraq to face a new battle—reintegrating into his small-town life in Texas. His wife (America Ferrera), his mother (Melissa Leo), and his friend (Jason Ritter) provide support, but they can’t fully understand the pain and suffering he feels since his tour of duty ended. Lonely, James reconnects with an army buddy (Wilmer Valderrama), who provides him with compassion and camaraderie during his battle to process his experiences in Iraq. But their reunion also exposes the different ways that war affects people—at least on the surface.

This moving, taut story of redemption and reconstruction extends beyond a post-traumatic-stress-disorder narrative. O’Nan is heartbreaking as he explores the depths of his internal struggle; Ferrera fearlessly tackles her role of a young wife in turmoil. The Dry Land is about one man’s fight within his own terrain—his country, home, and mind—and his journey to rebuild what he’s lost.

Winebago Man: (via: AICN)

The Concert: (via: ComingSoon)

Tron Legacy International Poster:

TRON: LEGACY (In Disney Digital 3D™ and IMAX® 3D)
WALT DISNEY PICTURES
Disney.com/TRON

Genre: Sci-Fi Adventure
Rating: TBD
Release Date: December 17, 2010

Cast: Jeff Bridges, Garrett Hedlund, Olivia Wilde, Bruce Boxleitner, James Frain, Beau Garrett and Michael Sheen
Director: Joseph Kosinski
Producers: Sean Bailey, Jeffrey Silver, Steven Lisberger, Donald Kushner
Writers: Steven Lisberger, Richard Jeffries, Brian Klugman & Lee Sternthal, Eddy Kitsis & Adam Horowitz, Bill Wheeler (writing credits not final)
Based on characters created by: Steven Lisberger and Bonnie MacBird

TRON: LEGACY is a 3D high-tech adventure set in a digital world that’s unlike anything ever captured on the big screen. Sam Flynn (GARRETT HEDLUND), the tech-savvy 27-year-old son of Kevin Flynn (JEFF BRIDGES), looks into his father’s disappearance and finds himself pulled into the digital world of Tron where his father has been living for 25 years. Along with Kevin’s loyal confidant Quorra (OLIVIA WILDE), father and son embark on a life-and-death journey of escape across a visually-stunning cyber universe that has become far more advanced and exceedingly dangerous.

Notes:
• Producer Steve Lisberger co-wrote and directed the original TRON (1982).
• Jeff Bridges reprises the role of Kevin Flynn, which he originated in TRON (1982).
• Bruce Boxleitner reprises the roles of Alan Bradley and Tron, which he originated in TRON (1982).
• Grammy Award®-winning Daft Punk is composing the music for TRON: LEGACY.

TRON: LEGACY is a 3D high-tech adventure about a father and son (JEFF BRIDGES, GARRETT HEDLUND) who embark on a life-and-death journey of escape across a visually-stunning cyber universe that has become far more advanced and exceedingly dangerous.

Piranha 3D (via Twitter)

Starring Elisabeth Shue, Jerry O’Connell, Gossip Girl’s Jessica Szohr, Adam Scott and more; and featuring a special appearance by the silver screen’s most famous foe of underwater predators, Richard Dreyfuss, PIRANHA 3D will hit theatres on April 16, 2010.

From acclaimed director Alexandre Aja (“The Hills Have Eyes”) comes the new action thriller PIRANHA 3D, in the latest eye-popping 3D technology. A new type of terror is about to be cut loose on beautiful Lake Victoria. After a sudden underwater tremor sets free scores of the prehistoric man-eating fish, an unlikely group of strangers must band together to stop themselves from becoming fish food for the area’s new razor-toothed residents. But our heroine (Elisabeth Shue) is seriously outnumbered, and with only one chance to save the lake and her family from totally being devoured, she must risk everything to destroy the aquatic carnivores herself.

PIRANHA 3D is produced by Alexandre Aja, Gregory Levasseur, Mark Canton and Marc Toberoff. Executive Producers are Alix Taylor, J. Todd Harris, Bob Weinstein and Harvey Weinstein, Chako Van Leeuwen. Associate Producer is David Hopwood.

The Extra Man (via: IMPA)

THE EXTRA MAN follows Louis Ives (Paul Dano), a lonely dreamer who fancies himself the hero of an F. Scott Fitzgerald novel. When a deeply embarrassing incident forces him to leave his job at an exclusive Princeton prep school, Louis heads to New York City to make a fresh start. He quickly finds a 9 to 5 job at an environmental magazine, where he encounters an entrancing, green-obsessed co-worker Mary (Katie Holmes).

But, what really sparks Louis’ imagination is his new home life. He rents a room in the ramshackle apartment of Henry Harrison (Kevin Kline), a penniless, wildly eccentric and brilliant playwright. When Henry¹s not dancing alone to obscure music or singing operettas, he¹s performing ­ with great panache — the duties of an ³extra man,² a social escort for the wealthy widows of Manhattan high society. The two men develop a volatile mentorship, which leads to a series of urban adventures — encountering everything from a leaping lion to a wildly jealous hirsute neighbor to drunken nonagenarians to a shady Swiss hunchback.

Along his exploration into the heart of New York City, Henry and Louis have unexpected influences on each other and form a memorable bond that bridges their differences.

THE EXTRA MAN is a sophisticated and moving comedy from filmmakers Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini.

The Sorcerer’s Apprentice International Poster (via: IMPA)

THE SORCERER’S APPRENTICE

WALT DISNEY PICTURES and JERRY BRUCKHEIMER FILMS

Website and Mobile site: Disney.com/Sorcerer

Become a fan on Facebook: facebook.com/SorcerersApprentice

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Genre: Comedy Adventure

Rating: PG

U.S. Release Date: July 14, 2010

Cast: Nicolas Cage, Jay Baruchel, Alfred Molina, Teresa Palmer, Monica Bellucci, Toby Kebbell

Director: Jon Turteltaub

Producer: Jerry Bruckheimer

Executive Producers: Todd Garner, Nicolas Cage, Mike Stenson, Chad Oman, Norm Golightly, Barry

Waldman

Screen Story by: Matt Lopez and Larry Konner & Mark Rosenthal

Screenplay by: Matt Lopez and Doug Miro & Carlo Bernard (writing credits not final)

Walt Disney Studios, producer Jerry Bruckheimer and director Jon Turteltaub, the creators of the “National Treasure” franchise, present THE SORCERER’S APPRENTICE — an innovative and epic comedy adventure about a sorcerer and his hapless apprentice who are swept into the center of an ancient conflict between good and evil.

Balthazar Blake (NICOLAS CAGE) is a master sorcerer in modern-day Manhattan trying to defend the city from his arch-nemesis, Maxim Horvath (ALFRED MOLINA). Balthazar can’t do it alone, so he recruits Dave Stutler (JAY BARUCHEL), a seemingly average guy who demonstrates hidden potential, as his reluctant protégé. The sorcerer gives his unwilling accomplice a crash course in the art and science of magic, and together, these unlikely partners work to stop the forces of darkness. It’ll take all the courage Dave can muster to survive his training, save the city and get the girl as he becomes THE SORCERER’S APPRENTICE. The screenplay is by Matt Lopez and Doug Miro & Carlo Bernard from a screen story by Matt Lopez and Larry Konner & Mark Rosenthal.

Notes:

* The motion picture reunites Nicolas Cage, Jerry Bruckheimer and Jon Turteltaub, respectively the star, producer and director of the blockbusters “National Treasure” and “National Treasure: Book of Secrets.”
* “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” marks Nicolas Cage’s seventh collaboration with Jerry Bruckheimer, following “The Rock,” “Con Air,” “Gone in 60 Seconds,” “National Treasure,” “National Treasure: Book of Secrets” and “G-Force”).

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