Thanks to the artwork of Drew Struzan, the posters for the Back to the Future trilogy are iconic. Countless fans have imitated the pose struck by an illustrated Doc Brown and Marty McFly next to the DeLorean time machine. But as with any movie, there are always unused poster designs that we don’t get to see until after the movie is released.
In the case of Back to the Future, there are several that we’ve seen over the years, but one more has only just recently been unveiled for the first time. Check it out below! Read More »
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Even though James Gunn has always been active on social media, the attention he’s gotten on his Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages since directing Marvel’s smash hit Guardians of the Galaxy has been more than considerable. From fan Q&As to rumor responses, not a week goes by that there isn’t something worth paying attention to from Gunn.
This week is no different. Gunn has shown off one of the coolest coffee tables you’ve ever seen, and it’s inspired by the birthday present that Star-Lord’s mother left him on her death bed. Check it out! Read More »
One of the most revered cartoons for children of the ’90s is Rugrats. The Nickelodeon animated series followed the antics of a group of babies who could talk to each other when their parents weren’t around, and they constantly got into mischief and adventures. The show has quite the fair share of adult fans who have taken to introducing the series to their own kids now. But one storyboard artist from the show has a bit of a gripe about how some fans are taking liberties with the beloved characters, and has spoken up with some special artwork in tow. Read More »
Halloween is officially over, and soon will begin the onslaught of Christmas, because Thanksgiving decorations are boring. But before we say goodbye to another All Hallows’ Eve, we wanted to highlight some of our favorite 2015 Halloween costumes that were inspired by some of our favorite movies and TV shows.
After the jump, check out a whole slew of Halloween costumes, including some celebrities getting in on the fun, such as Heidi Klum completely (and creepily) transformed into Jessica Rabbit, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as Popeye, Justin Bieber as Jackie Moon and much more. Plus, we’ve got tons of other costumes from fellow cinephiles just like us. Read More »
Whether they were scantily clad members of the Avengers or cheap renditions of the Justice League, you probably saw a lot of superheroes walking around. But some lucky trick or treaters were lucky enough to team up with someone as close as they can get to a real superhero.
Ryan Reynolds hit the streets last night dressed as Deadpool, and it looks like he found some movie marketing friendly kids dressed as his 20th Century Fox owned Marvel Comics cohorts known as the X-Men. Read More »
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Last week we brought you an exclusive batch of posters from The Final Girls, the absolutely fantastic horror comedy with a whole lot of heart from director Todd Strauss-Schulson. If you haven’t seen it yet, I can’t overstate how much you need to stop what you’re doing and go see this movie on VOD right now.
Otherwise, for anyone out there who has seen the movie and/or may be an aspiring filmmaker, the director sent over to us what is basically his making of The Final Girls — but from before the film was even shot. It’s a handwritten guide to shooting the movie, full of notes and quickly drawn shot diagrams that plan the entire film. It just goes to show you how carefully planned every single element of the movie is before cameras roll. See the making of The Final Girls after the jump. Read More »
More often than not, the actors and actresses who bring your favorite comic book characters to life on the big screen are fans just like you. They grew up idolizing certain superheroes, and it’s a dream for them to be playing them, just as it is for you to see them become as real as they can on film. However, they can’t enjoy fandom the way we can without being swamped by other fans who want to take pictures with them and want their autograph.
But plenty of stars have found an awesome workaround that helps them fit in with the masses of fans, even at a place that’s overrun with the most rabid of them: cosplay. Many an actor and actress have worn costumes in order to walk the showfloor at Comic-Con without being mobbed by fans, and Jared Leto and Mark Ruffalo have just joined their ranks. Read More »
Any true horror fan or cinephile knows what ties the iconic horror films Psycho and Halloween together. But for those who may not be aware, we’ll enlighten you.
The 1960 film from Alfred Hitchcock stars Janet Leigh as Marion Crane while the 1978 slasher from John Carpenter stars Jamie Lee Curtis. The former was one of the earliest scream queens in cinema’s history while the latter gained the status in the 70s and 80s, only to reprise it in the late 90s with Halloween: H20. But their real link is that Janet Leigh is Jamie Lee Curtis’ mother.
And as a tribute to her iconic mother, Jamie Lee Curtis has recreated the iconic shower scene that nearly everyone should be familiar with by now in an image that teases an homage scene from the upcoming Fox horror comedy series Scream Queens, in which Curtis is one of the stars. Read More »
Quentin Tarantino has always been praised for his casting choices, and its obvious that the filmmaker puts a lot of thought into which actors might be good for which characters. The writer/director even seems to write certain roles for particular actors. Now a copy of Quentin Tarantino’s cast wish-list for Pulp Fiction has made its way online, showing the filmmaker’s original choices for the film’s cast, from first choices to back-up/alternate choices.
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