Live Action Toy Story is the Toy Story we know and love, only this time, a fan made the movie with real toys.
Project Azazel is where the action is at. The set on Flickr shows some very well known superhero movie scenes, changing them into the blocky pixel look that only comes with Lego. And that tends to make it more interesting. There’s a pretty bunch out there, and you might want to take a good look at those dioramas.
Well, now that you explain it this way… it really is Inception.
Animals in Disney movies are cute, lovely and totally full of human emotions. While the last part may not actually happen in real world animals all the time, the animal life does show up wonders of emotion or chance every now and then. This image compares scenes from famous Disney movies to those photographed with real wildlife.
This is around the time when most of us have either given up, or intend to soon give up on the tall promises we made to ourselves in the name of new year resolutions. Hang in there folks, this supercut by New York comedian Bryan Menegus shows off the training scenes from various movies to get the motivation flowing.
Here are images from the concept art of four upcoming Pixar movies, which have all found way to the light of the internet. The one you see up top is from “The Good Dinosaur”, a movie that imagines humans co-existing with dinosaurs had the big asteroid strike not happened. Then there’s the obvious still from “Monsters University” which hits theaters on June 21. Third in line is the “Dia de los Muertos” that should be out in 2016, and finally, we get a look inside the human mind in Peter Docter’s as yet unnamed film that should be out June 19, 2015.
Youtube user Genrocks created this montage using clips from 300 movies released this year. It’s an interesting supercut for a quick glance at the year in movies.
Superman is getting back to the screen, this time hopefully better than his last appearance. Looking at the trailer it seems the man of steel has got his bases covered this time.
The first trailers of Star Trek: Into Darkness have hit the web. The Japanese trailer is slightly longer than the international version and ends with a nod to “Wrath of Khan.”