Hot Movie Poster Design Posts

News: New Disney Theme Park Posters Featuring Celebrities

This batch of live action reenactments of classic disney movie moments features Olivia Wilde as the Evil Queen from Snow White and Seven Dwarfs. In this frame there is also Alec Baldwin as the face in the magic mirror. Beauty and the beast features another Tron 2.0 actor, Jeff Bridges and Penelope Cruz (She is also in the new pirates movie). Last but not least is Ursula from The Little Mermaid. Queen Latifah takes on this role.

News: Television is a DRUG

LOOK AT ME ! LOOK AT ME! LOOK AT ME! While we continue to prostitute ourselves selling shit to the masses, its good to remember the mechanism that makes it all possible. Just because its CINEMA doesn't mean we don't need television to get the message out. Had this have come out 7 years ago I would have sworn it was part of the ABC on-air branding.

News: Iconic Movie Posters Recreated in Neon

Pop Art by Mr Whaite is a cool tumblr featuring a series of neon film posters for popular movies. The artist says: "I love neon signs—they’re hypnotic, sexy, sleazy and tacky all at the same time—and I’ve always thought it would be cool if cinemas used them to advertise films. So with that in mind, I thought I’d have a go at designing some animated Movie Neon. My first attempt is Ghostbusters—an obvious choice really, particularly as neon featured heavily in the video for Ray Parker Jr’s sing...

News: Sean Young's Super-8 Movies From Dune

Its amazing the access actors have to sets and what they could share with us if they took the time to document their experience. Sean Young has done just that, by sharing her Super-8 films from the making of the David Lynch Classic Sci-Fi Film - Dune. Shot in Mexico City in the Spring of 1983, this 6 minute film is a must see for Dune or David Lynch lovers.

News: Recut Movie Trailers - Horror Versions

It's often said an editor can do anything with the footage he or she is given.  The following collection of trailers proves this point.   We are all familiar with these films, some are comedies, some are family dramas, and some are animated children's movies but what unites them all here today is them being RE-CUT into full blown HORROR MOVIES.

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