Posterized: First Poster for “Django Unchained” & More

The first official image from Quentin Tarantino's slave revenge epic is here and it does not disappoint.

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Nobody seems certain that it's real, but this sure looks like it's the first poster for Quentin Tarantino's slave revenge epic "Django Unchained."
Django Unchained
nFrom writer-director Quentin Tarantino comes one of the year's most eagerly anticipated films, starring Jamie Foxx as an escaped slave who teams up with a German bounty hunter to exact revenge on his former "owner" and free his wife. Co-stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Christoph Waltz, Kerry Washington and Samuel L. Jackson, opens Christmas Day.
The Host
n"Twilight" creator Stephanie Meyer's latest epic stars Saoirse Ronan in the story of an alien invader disguised as a human looking for the last free humans on Earth. Opens March 29, 2013.
Cabin in the Woods
nFrom director Drew Goddard, who co-wrote the film with Joss Whedon, comes what is essentially the funniest, scariest episode of "Scooby Doo" ever made—we LOVED this movie. It opens Friday the 13th—go see it.
Bel Ami
nRobert Pattinson stars as a penniless French soldier who returns to France and sleeps his way to fortune by bedding high society wives like Uma Thurman and Christina Ricci. Opens June 8.
nR-Patz will also be starring in David Cronenberg's adaptation of Don DeLillo's novel about a young billionaire who spends the day in a limo, a journey fraught with sex and violence. We liked this better when Colin Farrell and Marion Cotiallrd were supposed to star.
Chernobyl Diaries
nA horror film that follows six tourists as they visits the town that was once home to the workers of the infamous nuclear reactor that suffered a meltdown 30 years ago. Opens May 25.
Dark Shadows
nTim Burton and Johnny Depp are together again, this time for a comedic take on the bygone '70s soap opera about a vampire who rises from the grave after 200 years to find things have changed quite a bit. Co-stars Eva Green, Michelle Pfieffer, Chloe Grace Moretz and Jackie Earle Haley, opens May 11.
The Dictator
nSacha Baron Cohen stars as the leader of a nation he's desperate to keep under his iron rule. Opens May 16.
nChloe Grace Moretz stars as a runaway who joins forces with a grifter, Blake Lively, on a cross-country journey that puts them on a collision course with a drifter, played by and Eddie Redmayne. Opens May 11.
The Iceman
nMichael Shannon stars as Richard Kulinski, the real-life hit man who claimed to be responsible for the deaths of 200 people. Opens 2013.
nJoseph Gordon Levitt stars in this sci-fi thriller about a hit man hired to kill a guy from the future—his older self, played by Bruce Willis. Opens Sept. 28.
nJason Statham stars in this throwback action film about a disgraced cop who takes it upon himself to protect from the mob and the police a little girl holding a valuable secret. Opens April 27.
Safety Not Guaranteed
nMark Duplass stars as a man who seeks a time travel partner, Aubrey Plaza ("Parks & Rec") is the undercover journalist who responds to his ad. Opens June 8.
nTaylor Kitsch and Aaron Johnson star as drug dealers who go to war after the girlfriend they share, played by Blake Lively, is kidnapped by a rival gang. Directed by Oliver Stone, opens July 6.
nMark Wahlberg stars as a guy whose best friend is the teddy bear, voiced by writer-director Seth McFarlane, with a foul mouth, a ,love of bong hits and an eye for the ladies. Co-stars Mila Kunis, opens July 13.
To Rome With Love
nWoody Allen works both sides of the camera in this film that's a collection of vignettes following the trials and tribulations of several couples. Co-starring Great Gerwig, Alec Baldwin, Jesse Eisenberg, Roberto Benigni, Penelope Cruz and Ellen Page, opens June 22.
Total Recall
nColin Farrell stars in this new adaptation of the Phillip K. Dick story about a regular guy bored with is life who goes to have more exciting memories implanted in his brain and comes out of the procedure unsure whether or not he's an agent who holds the key to his nation's freedom. Co-stars Bryan Cranston, Jessica Biel, Kate Beckinsale and Bill Nighy, opens Aug. 3.
nA documentary from Oscar-winner Kevin McDonald, about the man who brought reggae to the masses. Opens April 20.
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