New Photos: Eagle of the Ninth, Sorcerer's Apprentice & More!
A huge batch of new photos from all kinds of different movies arrived on Collider earlier tonight. And just before that, our friends at Fanboyz found the first few photos from Disney's The Sorcerer's Apprentice. So on top of those, we've got some brand new shots from Anton Corbijn's The American, Sofia Coppola's Somewhere, Kevin Macdonald's The Eagle of the Ninth, and Yuen Woo-ping's True Legend. There are plenty more on Collider, but I pulled the best to feature below. There are also some really cool posters for The Job with Harvey Keitel, Let the Bullets Fly, and Blue Valentine, that Collider got snaps of at AFM.
First up, our first official promo photo from The Sorcerer's Apprentice showing Nicolas Cage as, well, the sorcerer's apprentice. Not that we haven't seen this before, but it's now all official. See more on Fanboyz.
George Clooney in the newest film from Anton Corbijn (Control) titled The American (originally A Very Private Gentleman). He's an assassin who hides in an Italian town before carrying out a final assignment.
Seen below are Stephen Dorff and Elle Fanning in Sofia Coppola's new film Somewhere, shot at the Chateau Marmont hotel in Hollywood. Quite excited for this as Coppola's return to her Lost in Translation roots.
This shot, from The Eagle of the Ninth, shows Channing Tatum as a Roman Soldier who sets off to find his father's golden emblem in order to honor his memory. Being directed by Kevin Macdonald (State of Play).
Lastly, this shot is from Yuen Woo-ping's True Legend. We actually ran a trailer for this a few weeks ago, so we've seen plenty from it already, but I love this promo shot and can't wait to see that scene in its entirety!
And if you're still hungry for more, just head over to Collider to see more photos (and posters) from tons of new movies in the works. You might want to check out the first photos of Kirsten Dunst, Ryan Gosling, and Frank Langella in Andrew Jarecki's All Good Things. Or the first good photos of John Cusack in Mikael Håfström's Shanghai. All of these photos look pretty damn cool, but I got to say that my personal favorites are the one from Eagle of the Ninth and the one from True Legend. Visually, they look great, though I'm interested in seeing just about every last movie featured above. What about you? Which do you like best?