This poster absolutely had me, hook, line, and sinker, until I spotted the word "steampunk" towards the bottom. I get you want to generalize your cartoon but when you have big guns and big mechs, you don't need much more to sell me on. I'm still curious about this film especially since it's coming from one of the TMNT guys.
This poster is absolutely comical. From terrible, terrible photoshop all the way down to it even advertising for 3D towards the bottom. Poor Kiefer Sutherland is a floating head and Kit Harington has this as his first major work outside of Game of Thrones? Pompeii just looks like a time share in Boca Raton you're sold at the mall.
Look at Anthony Hopkin's old ass face! Noah has attracted some notice for being both an interesting film and, to some, a religious film to others. Either way it's a great story and putting it onto modern film could be a spectacle to witness.
Quickly, very quickly, Godzilla is becoming the film of 2015 for me. Unlike so many of the other big films Godzilla has such a long and unbalanced history especially when it comes to American production of the monster. So far, however, this film really looks to be on the verge of reviving the monster in the hearts of movie fans. I like that Godzilla has been mostly obscured and hidden in the promotional material as well, it's added to the mystery of this upcoming film.