IMPA has an international poster for Arthur Christmas.
Alan Tudyk talks to Coming Soon about his role in the upcoming Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter:
“I’m Abe Lincoln’s political foil. Historically, Stephen Douglas was initially engaged to Mary Todd, who became Abe’s wife. They were fellow Senators and they battled it out for the presidency. Stephen Douglas was a flip flopper. He started out his career being opposed to slavery, then he married someone with a plantation and saw all of the money coming in – it was then politically expedient to be pro-slavery… Whenever there’s a political statement to be made, Stephen wanders into the movie to represent the other side. Also, historically, Stephen Douglas worked closely with vampires to realize his political ambitions.”
Sillof’s Workshop has redesigned Star Wars action figures around the look of 1940s pulp sci-fi.
Clint Eastwood‘s J. Edgar will skip the Toronto International Film Festival and the New York Film Festival.
Monster Brains takes a look at the amazing poster art of Reynold Brown.
Robert Rodriguez says he has an idea for a 5D version of Spy Kids: “I have an idea, but I can’t say what it is yet. I do have one ready in case.”
Matt Busch has created an illustrated Indiana Jones World Map showing “all of the locations that Indiana has made archeological discoveries- not just the movies- the novels, the comic books, the Young Indy TV shows, the video games, and more.”
IO9 lists 10 computer-animated of motion-captured characters who actually look cool.
Watch a featurette for Paul that takes a behind the scenes look with the film’s animators.
CIQ lists the 10 Most Memorable Movie Scenes That Took Place in a Car
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