One of the most recognizable vehicles from the Star Wars trilogy are the AT-AT Walkers in The Empire Strikes Back. Even young Peter Parker referenced them when he was tying up Giant-Man’s legs during the massive airport battle in Captain America: Civil War. Well, in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, the Imperial vehicle gets a slight makeover, and one inventive fan decided to bring that vehicle right into his backyard.
We’ll see the AT-ACT (All Terrain Armored Cargo Transport) in action later this week in Rogue One as part a battle that takes place on the tropical planet Scarif. But in the backyard of Colin Furze, an inventor from Stamford, England, the AT-ACT is just an innocent playhouse for his kids to play in.
Check out the Rogue One AT-ACT playhouse after the jump. Read More »
This Friday, Cyclops Print Works will be releasing a brand new screenprinted poster Walt Disney Animation Studio’s new classic. Moana is one of my favorite movies of 2016 and I will definitely have to get my hands on this stunning Moana print by Tom Whalen. . Hit the jump to check out this beauty in full and find out where and when you can buy it!
Read More »
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! There’s snow on the ground (depending on where you live), the stores are packed (maybe not as much since we love our online shopping), and there are all sorts of holiday movies and specials all over TV (though you’re probably just watching your favorites at your leisure thanks to Netflix, Hulu and countless other streaming services). It’s just wonderful, and now you can make it a little more lovely with some fantastic new artwork commemorating one of the most beloved holiday specials.
A Charlie Brown Christmas celebrated its 50th anniversary last year, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still celebrate it this year with a series of prints from Dark Hall Mansion created by artists Eduardo Sanabria, Dan May, Eric Robison and Steve Thomas. Check out all the A Charlie Brown Christmas prints after the jump. Read More »
While some of the technology that was once just the dream of sci-fi filmmakers has become real, most of what we’ve seen in the Star Wars universe is still just fantasy. Whether it’s ships that can travel at hyperspeed, lightsabers or space stations that can blow up entire planets, we just have to accept that some of these creations may never be real. However, that doesn’t mean we can’t come close to realizing some of our Star Wars dreams.
One of the most exciting sequences from Return of the Jedi is the speeder bike chase between Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia and some Imperial Scout Troopers in the thick forests of Endor. While we’ve yet to create vehicles that can fly through the air like speeder bikes, thanks to the power of water, we have the next best thing.
Check out some awesome water-powered Star Wars speeder bikes after the jump. Read More »
Gallery Nucleus has been host to some pretty cool artwork exhibitions inspired by pop culture. They don’t get featured quite as often as Hero Complex Gallery or Gallery 1988 since they don’t have new pieces available as frequently, but they still have some incredible artwork. A new exhibition opening this weekend is no different with artwork inspired by each of the films of Pixar Animation, from Toy Story to Finding Dory. There’s one for each movie, and what’s awesome is that each piece was handpicked by Pixar chief creative officer John Lasseter for the show.
Check out the Gallery Nucleus Pixar artwork after the jump. Read More »
We feature plenty of collectible artwork here at /Film, but nearly all of them pay tribute to movies and TV, but not the people who make them. That changes today with a series of filmmaker portraits that are positively stunning.
Julian Rentzsch has created a series of portraits paying tribute to iconic directors such as Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola, Alfred Hitchcock, Christopher Nolan, Stanley Kubrick and more. Check out the Julian Rentzsch director portraits after the jump. Read More »
We’re just over a week from the release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, and while it might be too late to get together a good cosplay outfit as one of the new characters in Lucasfilm’s first Star Wars spin-off feature, that doesn’t mean you can’t plan ahead for the next nerd gathering.
In fact, Columbia Sportswear will make it a little easier for you to plan your Rogue One cosplay with a new line of winter jackets inspired by some of the characters from the movie. However, they’re probably a little more pricey than you’d like. Check out the Columbia Rogue One jackets after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, December 6th, 2016 by Jacob Hall
Last week, Mondo announced a gallery show themed around the new and classic shows from Nickelodeon, premiering posters for Ren & Stimpy, Rocko’s Modern Life, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Today, we’re pleased to premiere two new posters from the show, both from Ciro Nieli and both centered around the network’s TMNT series and both a significant departure from what you’d expect from a typical pop culture poster.
Read More »
Cool Posts From Around the Web:
Every now and then Hero Complex Gallery likes to have secret screenings of movies in Los Angeles, and accompanying those screenings is always a cool new print commemorating the movie in some way. This past weekend brought another one of those screenings, and along with it came not just one but two new prints from ApeMeetsGirl.
This time, it was Batman Begins that was the secret screening, and the two prints act as a before and after of the home and training facility of Ra’s Al Ghul and The League of Shadows. Both contrast each other spectacularly and would look great together on a wall.
Check out the ApeMeetsGirl Batman Begins prints after the jump. Read More »
Because some movies actually shoot on location instead of on a sound stage, fans have a chance to visit the real life settings of some of their favorite movies and TV shows. However, this can create some frustration with those in charge of maintaining said locations that are constantly visited by tourists. Case in point, the Tanner family home from the sitcom Full House.
The house of the Tanner family from ABC’s sitcom Full House actually exists in San Francisco. The interior isn’t anything like that of the actual house, but it’s the exterior with the red door that fans have been anxious to snap a photo of whenever they’re in The City by the Bay. Unfortunately for fans, the house hasn’t looked the way it does in the show for years now, and the owner of the house was not keen on the couple hundred people per day who would stop by the house for a picture. But now checking out the Full House home just got a little easier. Read More »