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.
The upcoming Steve Jobs biographic movie gets its first trailer.
The Lego movie is on its way. Directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller, the movie follows the life of a minifigure Emmet who is mistaken to be the most extraordinary person and the key to saving the world.
In the movie universe, characters get to visit exotic places. Many of them are real, but some come out of fiction to create dream-like worlds that could be loved. For this set, South Africa’s Studio Muti worked with FoxP2 to create posters for Ster-Kinekor Theaters, South Africa’s leading cinema house. They illustrated posters for four movie destinations, camouflaging them in the look and design of conventional travel posters.
It probably would not be a wise course of action to imagine if certain movies would be better if Pixar managed them, but imagining things sure works wonders. Artist Phil Postma imagines what classic pulp movies would have looked like, with Pixar running the show. We’re just glad for the nostalgia that this set brings back. Flash Gordon, The Phantom, Dick Tracy, and The Shadow. Might be worth the time to watch all these again, might be even better.