Along with their great news about the release date for Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, The Playlist also landed some new (albeit tiny) images for David Gordon Green’s Your Highness starring Danny McBride, James Franco, and Natalie Portman; George Nolfi’s The Adjustment Bureau starring Matt Damon and Emily Blunt; Repo Men starring Liev Schreiber, Jude Law, and Forest Whitaker; and Nicholas Stoller’s Get Him to the Greek starring Russell Brand and Jonah Hill. You can also see tiny images for some other films but those are the biggies because they’re on the top row and there’s no way you can argue with how those images were placed. My logic is bulletproof.
The Playlist also has a couple of slightly larger images from The Adjustment Bureau and Greek and you can check them both out after the jump.
For those just tuning in, here’s the official synopsis for Get Him to the Greek:
Get Him to the Greek reunites Jonah Hill and Russell Brand with Forgetting Sarah Marshall director Nicholas Stoller in the story of a record company intern with two days to drag an uncooperative rock legend to Hollywood for a comeback concert. The comedy is the latest film from producer Judd Apatow (The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Knocked Up, Funny People).
Aaron Green (Hill) gets things done. The ambitious 23-year-old has exaggerated his way into a dream job just in time for a career-making assignment. His mission: Fly to London and escort a rock god to L.A.’s Greek Theatre for the first-stop on a $100-million tour. His warning: Turn your back on him at your own peril.
British rocker Aldous Snow (Brand) is both a brilliant musician and walking sex. Weary of yes men and piles of money, the former front man is searching for the meaning of life. But that doesn’t mean he can’t have a few orgies while he finds it. When he learns his true love is in California, Aldous makes it his quest to win her back…right before kick-starting his world domination.
As the countdown to the concert begins, one intern must navigate a minefield of London drug smuggles, New York City brawls and Vegas lap dances to deliver his charge safe and, sort of, sound. He may have to coax, lie to, enable and party with Aldous, but Aaron will get him to the Greek.
As for The Adjustment Bureau, not much is known about the story beyond that it’s adapted from a Philip K. Dick short-story, and centers on a smooth-talking congressman (Damon) whose political future is thrown in doubt by the arrival of a mysterious ballerina (Blunt) in his life as strange circumstances continue to keep them apart.