Batman - It's simple and to the point. Whether you knew Joker was in it or not it would build hype for the final product. They kept the dark overtone with dark colors relevant to the movies dark overtone. And the crayon drawn face was a nice touch. It shows the mental wreck that is the chaotic joker and strikes the viewer with a sense of bedazzlement.
Die Hard - Everyone knows who Bruce Willis is and to see him in this glorious light makes die hard fans..of…Die..hard thirst to see it. it's a shot back t just showing a character and a title...nothing big. The words come mostly from the light of glory. 123 put it best.
Wolverine - the only thing I like about this is that it keep speople guessing. There no title which will cause the brain to ponder, whcih will cause the eyes to wander and analyze. At first glance you mgith think it's horror but as soon as you see marvel...the equation is quickly summed to soemthin related to X-men. It catches the aggression of wolverine and comes towards you foreshawdoing the hype of the actual movie.
Batman..from a graphic design point of view...nothing. It says everythign it needs to say..Batman, Joker, Psychotic chaos...watch now!!!
Die HArd.. the only bad thign I have is..if bo ones seen it....the reminiscence of old movies approach here may cause peopel to say..oh..one of those movies...seen it before. But what it does have is subtly. It doenst have to prove that its a grea movie .. New poters have o show a billion graphics to rpove that its different. Die Hard is already known.... but still
Needs a title XD I would think it's liek X-men 3v.2? or a new X-men. THen if I were an X-men fan...it mgith cause me to be angry that WOlverine is posterboy again. Than again that would cause hype...but still it doenst tell anything..
Hope I helped