The latest batch of posters brings a wide variety of projects and first up is a double dose of YA adaptations. Ahead of this weeks’s debut trailer, above one can see our first look at Lilly Collins in the lead role of Harald Zwart’s The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones. With an interesting premise of contemporary New York City with an underworld below, we’ve also got the first poster. As for the other YA adaptation, we’ve got a bland new one-sheet for WB’s Beautiful Creatures, following a new trailer.
Moving on to the action genre, we’ve also got the theatrical poster for Kim Ji-woon‘s Hollywood debut The Last Stand, which features star Arnold Schwarzenegger, his cohort Johnny Knoxville and a massive gun. Lastly, Universal has delivered a new one-sheet for their upcoming comedy Identity Thief, which stars Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy and is directed by Horrible Bosses‘ Seth Gordon. Check out everything below, thanks to EW/MTV/Yahoo/Collider.
The Last Stand hits theaters on January 18th, while Identity Thief arrives on February 8th, Beautiful Creatures on February 18th and The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones on August 23rd.
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