2012: Three New Disaster-Filled Posters

Sony has released three new posters/banners for Roland Emmerich's new disaster film 2012. Say what you will about Emmerich, or his films, but I'm really digging the intense over-the-top ridiculous destruction pictured in this new art. Take a better look after the jump.


Centuries ago, the Mayans left us their calendar, with a clear end date and all that it implies. Since then, astrologists have discovered it, numerologists have found patterns that predict it, geologists say the earth is overdue for it, and even government scientists cannot deny the cataclysm of epic proportions that awaits the earth in 2012. A prophecy that began with the Mayans has now been well-chronicled, discussed, taken apart and examined. By 2012, we'll know – we were warned.

John Cusack stars as Jackson Curtis, a writer whose devotion to his failed-but-possibly-brilliant novel broke up his marriage and left his family in flux. But Jackson remains a loyal dad and when the chips are down, he will prove he will do anything to save his family. Amanda Peet plays Jackson's ex-wife, Kate, who maintains friendly contact with Jackson but has long tired of competing with his work for his attention. As the earth's plates start to shift – destroying L.A. in the process – Jackson and his family will begin a desperate journey by land and air to survive to see the new world.

Meanwhile, at the very highest reaches of the world's governments, there is a plan. They will not be able to save the entire human race, but they will be able to save some, and those will have the chance to begin society anew. President Thomas Wilson, played by Danny Glover, is very quick to understand the crisis the world is about to face – and equally quick to prevent mass hysteria by keeping the information secret. Chiwetel Ejiofor plays the president's chief science advisor, Adrian Helmsley, who has managed to decode the earth's messages and is determined to do what he can to help as many people as possible. Carl Anheuser, the president's chief of staff played by Oliver Platt, might be pompous and quick-tempered, but he is equally determined to see society – at least, those in society who can afford it – survive.

Thandie Newton, playing the president's daughter, Laura, is shocked to find out what her father's government has hidden from the world. In fact, it seems that the only man outside the government with any clue as to what is about to happen is the radio host (and maybe prophet) Charlie Frost (Woody Harrelson), who broadcasts his predictions to anyone who will listen.

2012 hits theaters nationwide on November 13th 2009.

via: yahoo