35 Creative Teaser Movie Posters

The objective of a teaser movie poster is to get you interested in the film by providing the least amount of description and detail.  By giving little detail, the reader will try to come to their own conclusion by using their imagination before knowing what the story will be about.  In this post I will share with you 35 movie posters that do an excellent job teasing us, the viewers.

2012

A Nightmare on Elm Street

Buried Alive

Captivity

Cars

Cloverfield

District 9

Fast & Furious

Friday the 13th

From Paris with Love

Gran Torino

Harold and Kumar 2

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Iron Man 2

Iron Man

Lady in the Water

Pandorum

Preadators

Quantum of Solace

SAW V

Scream 4

Shrek the Third

Spider-Man 3

Superman Returns

Terminator Salvation

The Crazies

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

The Dark Knight

The Invasion

The Lovely Bones

The Ugly Truth

Transformers Revenge of the Fallen

Up

Where the Wild Things Are

X-Files

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Matthew Heidenreich

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  • Brilliant list of posters, 2012 is definalty my fav, though I also like UP 🙂

  • pretty good list here.

  • Great, Thanks

  • The Benjamin Button poster is “eye catchy”. Its something you don’t see everyday – an old baby.

  • Nice list of posters. The Terminator Salvation poster always sticks out to me. I also like the Harry Potter one. Just saw the trailer and I’m pumped to see the last two movies. Another cool thing about movie promo posters to me is the way that they incorporate the designs into the websites for the movies!

  • I always love teaser posters because it gets up excited for a movie. They never show you enough of what you want to see, so it keeps you interested in what they may have to offer. Take the new Nightmare on Elm Street movie. No one was exactly sure what the new Freddy would look like with the revive. So of course they do everything to keep the face hidden in the picture making your imagination run wild as to what it will finally look like.

  • buried alive is the simplest poster i guess, but has a deep meaning..

  • i love all the movie posters

  • Thank u. Some very nice photomanipulations here and great inspiration.
    Also some great movies to wotch again 🙂

    Digital Arts, Featuring Fantastic Sceneries – http://www.cruzine.com/2010/07/15/fantastic-sceneries-photo-manipulation/

  • I have watched some of them..
    really nice movies also 🙂

  • pakaworld

    The only thing i can say is AWESOME.

  • I’m just thinking, I wonder what the ‘the social network’ (movie about how facebook was created) poster will be like! any ideas?!?!

  • cool info

  • The captivate poster looks like it would work for buried alive 🙂

    Although it is quite creative to just have a plain black poster.

  • very good. I like the way you present your content

  • Great collection!

  • I always love teaser posters because it gets up excited for a movie. They never show you enough of what you want to see, so it keeps you interested in what they may have to offer.

  • certainly helpful for me and will test some of those soon~~~

  • These are great designs, I find that simple concepts can make for the best posters as opposed to something very detailed and in depth.

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  • the movie The Ugly Truth is an interesting movie and i really love Katherine Heigl “”

  • actually, i watched this movie twice because i sort of laughed a lot on the ugly truth movie :`.