While a Zelda film from Studio Ghibli is highly unlikely, just looking at these movie posters by artist Matt Vince makes me feel like it’s already happened.
They are, in a word, stunning.
If you didn’t stay up late to catch the premiere of the first Captain America: Civil War trailer, now is your chance to get caught up.
The trailer is available below and wow—is it awesome.
You Tube channel Digging Deeper takes a look at Joss Whedon’s Serenity and explains why the movie succeeds (as film – it wasn’t exactly a box office smash) across multiple genres.
I’m not sure I’d agree with everything said here, but I do think Firefly and Serenity were far more visionary than many people initially realized.
Check out the video below and feel free to share your thoughts.
The crew of the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower have spoofed Star Wars: The Force Awakens with a trailer that features hardware that’s almost as impressive at what we’ll see in the film. It’s also pretty damn amusing.
On that note, Mop Bucket BB-8 (MB-8) is my new favorite character.
You may have noticed that movie theater standees have become increasingly elaborate over the years. Some are even interactive. With that in mind, the Deadpool standee is exactly what we would expect.
Artist Jason Edmiston has been making pop culture art–ranging from toy packages to art prints–for the last two decades. He’s especially skilled with creating movie posters, and he likes to use his dad as a reference model. He’ll snap a pic of his old man with the right lighting, posture and costuming, and he’ll use the resulting image to help create a unique piece of nerdy art.
LEGO builders can create wonders on their own, but collaborations can be even more spectacular. That’s what LEGO builders Paul Trach and Markus Aspacher did for their latest project: a giant LEGO display that featured scenes from all four of the Jurassic Park films.
Despite the problems associated with working on a collaborative project while living nearly 400 miles apart (Markus lives in Austria; Paul lives in Germany), the results are astounding.
If this live-action fan short titled, “Dragon Ball Z: The Fall of Men” had an awesomeness level, it would be well over 9,000.
The fan film–produced by Black Smoke Films–boasts some decent cinematography and effects despite being low budget. It also packs a solid story into 29 minutes. Here are the basics on the plot:
Last week’s international trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens was loaded with new footage, but there’s more glimpses to come in the first official TV spot featured after the break.
As one commenter notes:
— Zack Sekuler (@zacksekuler) November 8, 2015
Watch the commercial after the break…
We were told that there would be no more Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailers until the movie debuts (save for some television spots). However, this new Japanese trailer is completely loaded with new footage – maybe even too much.
That having been said, if you are satisfied with what you’ve seen up to this point, you may want to avoid the video that awaits after the break. For everyone else, check it out quickly in case it disappears. You know how these things go.