Check out these behind-the-scenes portraits from Watchmen

Warner Brothers has released images from Watchmen Portraits, a companion book of photos shot during the making of Zack Snyder's upcoming movie adaptation of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' graphic novel.

Snyder hired photographer Clay Enos to document the making of the movie, and that effort will result in three coffee-table books to be published shortly, one of which is Watchmen Portraits, exclusively dedicated to 220 on-set street and studio-style portraits made during production. Recent covers of Entertainment Weekly and Empire Magazine have featured that work as well.

You can see more of Enos' beautiful black-and-white portraits after the jump.

Enos, meanwhile, has enlisted his Organic Coffee Cartel to produce a first-of-its-kind movie tie-in coffee for the movie: Veidt Enterprise's "Nite Owl Dark Roast," a limited-edition confection and collectible designed for fans and organic coffee gourmands alike.


A portion of the proceeds from the special roast will be donated to charity. One side of the uniquely crafted steel can resembles artwork straight out of the Watchmen universe; the other side features Enos' striking black-and-white portrait of Nite Owl, played in the film by Patrick Wilson.


Watchmen opens in theaters and IMAX on March 6.


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