Here’s the second trailer for Disney’s Maleficent.
Dr. Nathan Yau of Flowing Data has converted 100 famous movie quotes as charts to illustrate the words. We’re loving the chart, but the only gripe is that the individual images could be a wee bit bigger. Also available as a print.
For most of his movie career, Arnold Schwarzenegger has spent his time killing. Well, he’s mostly dispatched the bad guys, but this guy has a kill sheet that is significantly huge. Schwarzenegger has a kill count of 509 people for his movie career, and all of them have been squeezed into this 28 minute video you can see above. Schwarzenegger’s fictional kill count is truly impressive, considering it is four more than the confirmed real life sniper kills by Simo Häyhä a.k.a White Death.
Illustrator Andrew DeGraff has created a set of illustrations that work as maps for famous movie storylines. He has quite a selection of movies in the mix, and carefully marked out paths showing the maps of the story location, along with the movement of the characters.
Sony showed off a new footage of The Amazing Spiderman 2. Released at the new year, the video shows Electro, Rhino, and Stan Lee to kick off the footage.
Veronica Mars movie project showed up on Kickstarter with a funding requirement of $2 million, but it soared well past the goal to reach $5.7 million. The movie has been progressing well, and now has its first trailer to show. It is scheduled to reach theaters in March this year.
The Lion King is cute enough, The Lion King played by kittens is just as cute.
Having moved to a different country, Lilly and Leon Mackie noticed they had accumulated several cardboard boxes. Now the general idea in this situation would be to store or recycle the boxes, but the couple decided to go along a third option. This option led them straight to creating faux movie sets and scenes with the boxes, and acting out said scenes together with their newborn son Orson.
First trailer for the movie Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
The Simpsons universe is littered with in-universe movie references which unfortunately never got a chance to shine in theaters of our world. Righting some of that wrong, MTV and Old Red Jalopy have created a set of posters for the “fake” movie references in the Simpsons. Going by the posters, those movies have quite the star lineup.