New Pics From ‘One Day,’ ‘Transformers 3,’ ‘Intruders’ With Clive Owen & ‘Three Musketeers’

New Pics From 'One Day,' 'Transformers 3,' 'Intruders' With Clive Owen & 'Three Musketeers'

First we had some posters, now some pics — we’re starting things off slowly this morning — so sit back with a cup of coffee and drink it in.

Kicking things off, some stills from the upcoming Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess romancer “One Day” have hit the web. They originated over at Jim Sturgess Online — hence the emphasis in the pics on the actor — but regardless it’s another look at the film which is one we’re greatly anticipating. Based on the best-seller by David Nicholls, the story follows a young man and woman on one day a year, for twenty years, after they share a one-night stand at university. The cast is rounded out by Patricia Clarkson, Ken Stott, Romola Garai and Rafe Spall. Danish helmer Lone Scherfig, who made a major breakthrough with her last film, the Oscar-nominated “An Education,” directs. We’re heard a trailer is already in theaters — how about getting it on the web, marketing team? The movie hits on July 8th. More stills below.

Today is the big day. A new “Transformers: Dark Of The Moon” trailer is going to hit Apple and to stoke anticipation, new stills have been creeping out on a daily basis. So here we have a couple more: a giant cockroach type thingy and Shia LaBeouf doing what he does best in these kinds of movies — looking up at the sky and giving a reaction shot. Oh, and who is that dude in the wheelchair behind him? Anyway, that question will be answered when T3 obliterates your senses on July 1st.

While the proposed reboot of “The Crow” is now mired in legal woes, no need to worry about director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo as he’s got another movie on the way. We have to admit, we haven’t really been paying attention to “Intruders” mostly because it sounds like any stock horror movie these days. Starring Clive Owen and Daniel Bruhl, according to IMDB, the film is about “the origin of the monsters that are born in childhood and are passed on by the family.” Spooky! A couple of images below and more over at Aullidos.

Finally, Paul W.S. Anderson is going rape literature with his 3D, flying pirate ship version of “Three Musketeers.” Here’s a couple of new pictures including a bunch of dudes touching tips. Tee hee. It opens on October 14th.

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