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I just added 27 new photos and posters for The Wolfman, which opens in theaters on February 12th, 2010 (can you say awesome Valentine's date movie??).
The movie stars Benicio Del Toro as a haunted nobleman who returns to his family estate when his brother goes missing under suspicious circumstances. The movie also stars Emily Blunt, Anthony Hopkins, and Hugo Weaving.
You may want to wait until tonight's full moon to view these photos, so that you're in the right mood, but nevertheless, head on over to the Photo Gallery page, where you can see all 48 photos that we have, including several versions of the movie posters being used in the United States and other countries.
While you're in the mood, don't forget to watch the two trailers that we have for you on the Trailers & Videos page. One look at those, and you'll get a good idea that this movie isn't for the youngsters or the weak of heart (although it might have your date clutching onto you pretty tightly in the theater, unless you have a beard and longer-than-usual teeth...).
What do you think?
Once you've had a chance to look over the photos and the trailers, what do you think? Is this a movie that has you waiting anxiously? Or is it yet another in a string of monster movies that just doesn't live up to the classics?
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