Batman can do anything. Here he is gatecrashing into famous movie scenes.
DeviantArt user IkariyaManga created this “real life” version of Vanellope’s car from Wreck-It Ralph. Creating the 13lb prop took 3-4 weeks. The car is collapsible so it can be easily transported and be assembled with the same ease. It may not be made of all the delicacies that Vanellope’s car had, but we doubt Ralph was out helping creating this one in the video game world.
Placed in the world of Cars, Disney’s Planes is an comedic adventure of the fliers. The movie is to be released on August 9, 2013.
Artist Olly Moss took movies from the past 85 years that had won Oscars, and then proceeded to convert the Oscar for that year in the image of the movie. Created for Gallery1988‘s new show For Your Consideration the set features the “Best Picture” award winning movies. Click here for the full, gigantic image and head over to IMDB for the list of the award winning movies.
Skyfall, like the honest trailer should be.
This time around, Cracked has a collection of images showing the well known, and mostly not so well known facts about movie scenes. It also happens to be an uneasy door to facts you might not want to know. Of course, some of the “facts” are contestable, to say the least. The winner of the contest says Wookie suits are made from human hair, while it would seem more likely that they were fashioned out of yak hair and mohair. Nitpicking aside, checkout the fun facts and relax in the glory of new found knowledge.
These scary, murderous spooks have globally caused way more sleepless nights than what we would care to count. They quite refuse to give up their spooky DNA, even when presented in a slightly more easy going form like cartoon illustrations. No sir, these things have blood on their mind, and even in cartoon illustrations by DeviantArt user thurZ, blood is exactly what they crave.
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.