Speed Kills - John Travolta

Someone stop John Travolta.

I thought Gotti would mark a low point for the Pulp Fiction star this year, but the two-time Oscar nominee isn’t ready to give up just yet. He’s starring in Speed Kills, a virtual reality crime series (!) set in 1980s Miami that’s based on a true story. Travolta plays a speedboat racing champion (!!) who gets caught up with the mob, cruises around in a boat with “007” painted on the side, and spits out defiant lines like “I’m not selling Blue Thunder to you!” with a totally straight face (!!!). You’ve gotta see this to believe it. Read More »

apostle poster

Director Gareth Evans is back with his first film since The Raid 2, and it sounds amazing. Apostle is described as an “occult fable” and stars Dan Stevens as a man attempting to rescue his kidnapped sister from sinister religious cult. See the Apostle poster, and scope the full synopsis, below.

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fantastic beasts the crimes of grindelwald poster

Ahead of Warner Bros.’ highly anticipated panel for the upcoming Fantastic Beasts sequel, a new Fantastic Beasts The Crimes of Grindelwald poster has been released. And it pays glorious homage to the art-deco style of the Wizarding World sequel’s 1920s setting.

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aquaman teaser poster

Following a tidal wave of new images and stills from James Wan‘s upcoming Aquaman, Warner Bros. has released the first teaser poster. This reveal comes days before San Diego’s Comic-Con, at which it’s anticipated the very first Aquaman trailer will be revealed to the public at Warner Bros.’ highly anticipated panel. But first, let’s take our first look at the Aquaman teaser poster.

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These ‘Aliens’ Posters Are Out of This World

Aliens posters

The debate about whether Ridley Scott’s Alien or James Cameron’s Aliens is the better movie will likely rage on until humanity is eventually wiped out by a real life species of acid-bleeding killer aliens. But until then, we can also argue about the best poster that pays tribute to the ongoing sci-fi film franchise, and a couple of new contenders have come along from artist Rory Kurtz that make a strong case for Aliens. Check out both of these new Aliens posters below. Read More »

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Mondo Jaws Screen Prints

Back in 1975, Steven Spielberg‘s surprise hit Jaws became the first summer blockbuster. The movie was not only a certified hit that people couldn’t get enough of, but it’s the quintessential summer movie. It’s the reason everyone associates the words “jaws” with the lethal sharks of the sea. And some of the credit for the pop culture phenomenon goes to the art of Roger Kastel, which you’ll be able to get your hands on today.

Mondo has announced that they are re-releasing the classic teaser poster featuring the great white shark charging toward the airbrushed silhouette of a swimming woman as a new screen print that has been completely recreated with the blessing of Roger Kastel himself. Read More »

glass poster

M. Night Shyamalan, master of twist endings, unleashed one of his biggest twists of all with the 2016 thriller Split. At the end of the film, the director revealed that Split was set in the same universe as his 2000 superhero deconstruction film Unbreakable. Now, Shyamalan is bringing these threads together with Glass, a film that’s both a sequel to Unbreakable and Split. Feast your eyes on the incredible first Glass poster below.

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Bad Times at the El Royale posters

It’s 1969, and seven strangers are about to check in to the El Royale, a run-down hotel that previously served as a hotspot for A-list celebrities and politicians. But things aren’t what they seem, and both the El Royale and its guests are hiding some dangerous secrets.

20th Century Fox has unveiled a new batch of Bad Times at the El Royale character posters to tease the movie’s release this fall. Check them out below.
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star trek the motion picture poster

You can boldly buy the iconic Star Trek: The Motion Picture poster — for a limited time. The stunning poster that accompanied Star Trek‘s first feature film by artist Bob Peak has left a mark on pop culture, but sadly, has only been available in the fragile one-sheets that were first released 39 years ago. Until now.

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marvel 10 years

Gold is usually reserved for 50-year anniversaries, but we’ll let it slide for Marvel Studios. The studio is celebrating an unlikely 10-year anniversary that began all the way back with Iron Man in 2008 — a movie that no one expected to launch a cinematic universe spanning 10 years and 19 movies. But jump forward to 2018, and here we are: there’s a brand spanking new anniversary website and collection of posters to celebrate Marvel’s first 10 years.

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