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Oldboy, R.I.P.D. And More Reveal New Posters At CinemaCon

It’s a four hour drive to get from Los Angeles, California to Las Vegas, Nevada, a trip that’s composed entirely of long stretches of highway that extend through the deserts of the south west. And once again we have braved the heat and the sand paving the way to this year’s CinemaCon.

At the annual event, which formerly was known as ShoWest, all of the major studios hold big presentations to show off footage and make announcements about all of the biggest movies that are set to hit theaters in the coming months. This year is set to be a great one, with titles like Star Trek Into Darkness, Man of Steel, The Lone Ranger, Elysium, The Heat, and possibly even The Hunger Games: Catching Fire set to show off the goods in The Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace. But before we get to that…

After arriving in Vegas today I quickly rushed over to the presentation floor where studios have put out all kinds of new posters, banners, standees and advertising art for some highly-anticipated movies of this year and next. You can see the full gallery below, but here are a few highlights:

R.I.P.D.

R.I.P.D. Poster

Oldboy

Oldboy Banner

Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters

Percy Jackson Poster

Star Trek Into Darkness

STID Posters

The Hangover: Part III

Hangover Standee

You can scan through the gallery below for a whole lot more and be sure to check in regularly throughout the week as I bring you coverage from all of the major presentations and fully-detailed descriptions of the footage I see!

For more of our CinemaCon 2013 coverage head over HERE!

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Eric Eisenberg

NJ native who calls LA home; lives in a Dreamatorium. A decade-plus CinemaBlend veteran; endlessly enthusiastic about the career he’s dreamt of since seventh grade.