For all the events that happened in The Dark Knight Rises, we’re pretty sure the Gotham media was sitting there; their hawk like eyes fixated upon what comes next. The newspapers would of course have a field day with all the random events that occurred and the huge impact they would have on the Gotham […]
Artist Candice Milon put together the outfits of iconic movie characters in the photoshoot for French magazine Sport & Style. Quite an interesting set, and one that gives you a feeling of oh of course when you recognize an outfit that couldn’t clearly be associated at first look. Take a look at the outfits here, […]
For pockets deep enough, nothing is impossible, be it a batcave or a batcave with a movie theater. To be built in California, the design concept for the theater was provided by Elite HTS, and it really is one remarkable batcave. There’s of course the luxurious seating and the large screen, but that does not […]
Samsara (sanskrit for the ever turning wheel of life) is a movie entirely devoid of dialogue and text, but one that relies on visuals shot on 70mm films. Going by the visuals we see in this trailer, the movie doesn’t really need dialogues either. Shot over a period of five years in 25 countries, the […]
Artist Ïve Bastrash combined some of the best sci-fi movies ever, with a classic touch of cartoon style art for the posters. The set is titled Cinémarium Poster Series.
Here’s the first official trailer for the movie adaptation of Yann Martel’s best selling novel Life of Pi. We’ve read the novel, we’ve liked it and we hope director Ang Lee does not disappoint with the screen adaptation.
Superman is getting a reboot in 2013 with the Man of Steel; this time, with 100% more sonic boom.
Artist Vincent Vermeij has the power of turning superheroes into popsicles, and also possesses a talent for creating cool, minimalist movie posters. We’ll totally recommend digging through his website and his Society6 shop for gold like what you see here.
Claymotion cats re-enact the famous movie.
The work of artist Scott Campbell, some of the most famous showdowns have been presented as paintings that would perhaps be considered befitting some childrens’ books.