The co-directors of next month’s Trolls, Walt Dohrn and Mike Mitchell, have a long history with DreamWorks. Dohrn has worked on several of their films as a story artist or head of story, while Mitchell directed Shrek Forever After. Micthell is also behind the original superhero film Sky High — a charming movie that has seemingly gained more fans over the years. Shrek 5 is definitely happening, which neither Dohn or Mitchell are officially involved with, but according to Mitchell, he’s (possibly) working on Sky High 2 at the moment.
Below, learn more about the Sky High sequel and Shrek 5.
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San Diego Comic Con International 2016 is in full swing, and Mondo is selling a bunch of crazy comic con exclusive prints and vinyls on the show floor. But just because you aren’t in attendance at the the convention doesn’t mean you have to miss out on some of the goodies. In fact, unlike most Mondo limited edition releases, you will be able to get your hands on these two awesome Star Wars prints. Hit the jump to check out Mike Mitchell‘s Rey and Jock‘s Into The Garbage Chute, Flyboy prints and find out how you can get them.
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Posted on Wednesday, June 29th, 2016 by Angie Han
Troll dolls last peaked about twenty years ago, but now that the ’90s revival is in full swing, DreamWorks is making a valiant effort to bring back those tiny bright-haired creatures. Coming up from the studio this fall is Trolls, an animated adventure featuring the mellifluous voices of Justin Timberlake (who released his first new single since 2013 for it), Anna Kendrick, Zooey Deschanel, Russell Brand, James Corden, and Gwen Stefani.
Timberlake leads the cast as a grumpy troll who must join forces with an extremely chipper troll (Kendrick) to fight a greater evil. Can these total opposites learn to respect each other and work together? Will they be able to vanquish the villain with the power of love and/or joy? Will the cranky one eventually open up to reveal the song in his heart? Tough questions, if you’ve never seen a movie before.
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Pop culture art company Mondo announced this morning that they are teaming with ACME Archives to create and offer licensed prints for Star Wars and Indiana Jones. Of course you now that Mondo has the Star Wars license for a very short time where they created some of the most amazing Star Wars art outside of Drew Struzan‘s iconic illustrated posters. This included original trilogy sets by Olly Moss and Tyler Stout. This new partnership could bring us some real amazingness as Mondo works with some of the top arts today. Hit the jump to see the first print in this upcoming partnership.
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Posted on Thursday, January 28th, 2016 by Angie Han
It’s been a good 20 years since trolls were in, but with everything else from the ’90s making it back to the big screen, from Jurassic Park to N.W.A., DreamWorks is hoping they can make trolls happen again in the year 2016. These new trolls are tiny, colorful, CG-animated, and hip to the musics of today, like Silentó’s “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae).” Watch these creatures get down in the first Trolls trailer after the jump.
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Posted on Thursday, January 7th, 2016 by Angie Han
Hollywood’s been rooting around in your old childhood toybox again, and this time they’ve dug up your forgotten troll collection. You remember trolls, right? Those pug-nosed plastic dolls with the bright big furry hair? Well, they’re getting their own movie from DreamWorks Animation and 20th Century Fox later this year, and today we have a first look at its star-studded cast (including Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake) and the characters they’ll be voicing. Read More »
It’s been eight years since we fell in love with The Dark Knight, but we’ve hardly forgotten about it. Fans won’t miss an opportunity to praise the movie, and it’s easily one of the best superhero films ever made. And if you’re looking for some new decorations for your wall to show your love for Christopher Nolan‘s best Batman, then a couple new prints from Mondo are right up your alley. Check out both of The Dark Knight Mondo prints below! Read More »
The poster and collectibles company Mondo has just begun shipping the LP pressing of the Mad Max: Fury Road soundtrack, but if you missed out on that order there are yet more Mondo Mad Max offerings.
The company revealed three posters, two by portrait artist Mike Mitchell and one by Ken Taylor, featuring the characters from George Miller‘s action blast. Even better, these are timed releases rather than strictly limited-edition prints, meaning that they’ll be printed based on the number of orders collected during a window of time — no lightning-quick web shop reflexes needed for these!
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Superhero Bits is about to go on a well-deserved vacation, but we couldn’t leave without one more column. Need to brush up on your Marvel before Avengers: Age of Ultron? Has Will Smith been spotted on the set of Suicide Squad? Did Ryan Phillippe respond to those Iron Fist rumors? Is Superman‘s mom showing up on Supergirl? Read about all this and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Ask a film fan and they’ll say Fantastic Fest is the best film festival in the world. An experience so unique and exciting, there’s almost no way it could be improved.
That is, until organizers added MondoCon.
MondoCon is a sister convention put on by the team known for their highly collectible and sought-after posters. The aim was to do a convention that celebrated all things Mondo (art, posters, toys, movies, comics) but do everything differently from other conventions. To create an experience that would be really fun for fans and non-fans alike. After attending for two days, I can safely say they succeeded — but not in the ways one may think.
So many criticize Mondo for the culture they’ve helped create with their low-supply, high-demand posters. There are valid arguments on both sides, but with MondoCon the team did their best to move away from that. It wasn’t a convention that was only about buying posters. (Though you could, of course, buy lots of posters.) MondoCon was more about community and communication. It was a venue for fans to interact with their favorite artists and other fans, and revel in the controlled geekiness.
However, at the start of MondoCon no one knew that. In fact, we knew very little at all. Below, read our full MondoCon recap. Read More »