Spanish interior designer and artist Iñaki Aliste Lizarralde probably watches TV and movies with a great interest in the setting, which is what would apparently lead him to have a good enough understanding of the appearances of the sets to actually devise well detailed floor plans for them. The floor plans are well detailed, not just with architectural details of these habitations, but also with a good eye for the interiors and appearances these places keep. Prints available on Etsy.
The first teaser trailer for How to Train Your Dragon 2 is out, and we see a slightly grown up Hiccup in a brand new suit flying on the back of Toothless; before he goes off skydiving and gliding that is.
Everything can do with some loving, even famous movie cars. Prints by Spanish graphic designer Jesús Prudencio pay a tribute to famous cars from movies, and get them the love they deserve. These almost appear like very simple, minimalist posters for the movies. Only, they’re about the cars.
Making the horror story of The Cabin in the Woods more tenable, Universal plans to build one for real. It will be built as a theme park attraction by Universal Orlando and 23rd annual Halloween Horror Nights event which runs from the end of September to November 2. They are trying to keep the experience authentic.
Transformers movies are all about cars, explosions, giant robots and sometimes, there’s even a plot thrown in! Well, you can’t ask for more than that. Bumblebee being one of the important characters of the movie, surely does deserve all the attention he gets. The giant robot and Camaro Bumblebee is up for a new look in the upcoming Transformers 4 movie, and these images show just what it’s going to look like.
Plot twists are excellent devices in the hands of a good story teller. In the same vein they are very destructive tools that could kill the story before it even had a chance. This set of images from Cracked’s photoplasty show the results of Disney movie plot twists that went very, very wrong.
Showing the true wisdom of Pixar movies, these graphs by Vulture take a good hard look at the movies and filter the wisdom for everyone to see and learn.
Movie cars are lovely. Some of them being legends enough to live up to their names even when memories of the movies start fading. We probably love those cars not just for their own awesomeness, but perhaps also for the roles and the memories they carry with them. Cars We Love is an ongoing series by Turkish photographer Cihan Ünalan.
Here’s the first trailer for the upcoming Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger movie Escape Plan. These dudes do seem to have made a good movie, if the trailer is anything to go by.