Posters: ‘The Martian’, ‘Steve Jobs’, ‘Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse’ & More

After the jump you can check out brand new posters for a few pretty high profile projects, as well as a few smaller and just fun looking ones. They include the Matt Damon (among others) led Ridley Scott film The Martian, the highly anticipated Steve Jobs with Michael Fassbender as Jobs, the straight up awesome looking zombie flick Scouts Guide to the Zombie ApocalypseThe Danish Girl which stars Eddie Redmayne and Alicia Vikander and the long-awaited live-action adaptation of Goosebumps.

For the first time in a while, this post full of posters consists of films that I’m very much looking forward to. Obviously there are a few that are a little bit higher on the list, but I’ve enjoyed what I’ve seen from each of them so far.

Although is feels like The Martian has showed us way to much through its trailers, I’m still very interested in seeing the film and most importantly, seeing if Ridley Scott can get back to being Ridley Scott. Everything is in place, now it just needs to be executed. Other than that, Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse and The Danish Girl fall in-line next. Each are very different from the films they are grouped with, which always gets me interested.

You may be wondering why I haven’t expressed my excitement for Steve Jobs yet. It’s not that I’m not looking forward to it, because trust me I am, but it’s just had a very hard road to get where its at. As with The Martian, this also has everything going for it, even more than The Martian in my opinion. But I haven’t absolutely loved the trailers up to this point, which is why I’m just a bit hesitant towards it.

What do you think of all the new posters above? Which one catches your eye the most? Any you aren’t so fond of? Which film are you most looking forward to? Let me know below!

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