By Emily Rome
Updated June 14, 2012 at 12:00 PM EDT
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Rise of the Guardians

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Santa Claus has graced the silver screen in countless holiday movies, and this November, he’s back again. But this time, in DreamWorks Animation’s Rise of the Guardians, he’s joined by a crew of other creatures that accompany the visions of sugar plums in children’s heads. Today Paramount, which is distributing the film, released a series of character posters featuring a formidable Easter Bunny, a birdlike Tooth Fairy and four other characters. In the film, these classic characters are all known by nicknames — Santa is North, the Easter Bunny is E. Aster Bunnymund — but on the posters, they went with the better-known names, with the exception of Pitch, the Boogeyman-inspired nightmare-bringer antagonist of the film.

The movie comes from the mind of the man who won this year’s Oscar for best animated short, William Joyce (The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore). He penned the Guardians screenplay and the children’s book series from which it is adapted.

See more of Santa — and all the character posters — below:

Santa (voiced by Alec Baldwin) has some badass tattoos.

The Easter Bunny (voiced by Hugh Jackman) is hopping from down under, boomerangs and all.

NEXT: Jack Frost and Pitch

Jack Frost (voiced by Chris Pine) flies over cities and treetops.

The evil Pitch (voiced by Jude Law) is flanked by ominous-looking black stallions.

NEXT: Sandman and Tooth Fairy

A fiery Sandman promises to haunt your dreams.

And finally, a birdlike Vegas showgirl-style Tooth Fairy (voiced by Isla Fisher) takes her stage.

Rise of the Guardians hits theaters opens Thanksgiving weekend, on November 21.

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Rise of the Guardians

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