12 Dawn of the Planet o...

It is clear that humanity will be dealing with a bunch of very grumpy monkey/apes when The Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is released July 11th. Until the Ape Revolution begins a frenzied group of artists are busy in their creative cells turning out wonderful ape fan art. Members of the...

A Truly Ape S**t Poster...

Poster Posse member Orlando Arocena has created an impressive poster for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes called “The Coronation of Caesar“. Arocena is well known for his vector art. You can find his Iron Man vector tribute here:...

The Complete Captain Am...

Some ideas are just better with kids in them.   South Korean Tumblr user PIPO (http://everything-will-be-fine-0u0.tumblr.com/post/88879733399/captain-america-ver-first-avenger-avengers) created these tiny tyke in togs which displays all the costumes Chris Evans wore as Steve Rogers and...

15 Great Minimalist Pos...

  A true movie buff will appreciate these 15 minimalist movie posters made from card stock. The entire history of film is covered from the Silent Era to today. If you are stumped by the Psicosis one, translate it from Spanish to get Psycho.   The series is a part of a promotional...

Superheroes Caught In t...

The Superhero Paparazzi series by Mioxy is all about keeping the secret in secret identities. Superman in a less candid moment would prefer not to have the world know that some of his powers come from eating Popeye spinach. Or that he smokes, drinks and has a weakness for Vegas slots. ...

Disney Princesses Help ...

  If the above picture makes you uncomfortable, it should.  This and two other shocking illustrations of Disney Princesses fending off unwanted fatherly advances are part of a sexual assault awareness campaign by the artist known as Saint Hoax.  As the cigarette style warning on the...

The Secret Life of Hero...

  Near greatness in fan art is an oft far away goal, but I would say the artist known as the Electric Graphical Gamer (French digital designer Greg Guillemin) comes pretty close.  Random illustrations of famous superheroes and other characters have the power to shock when doing...

Super Villains Make For...

The joker sings The Dream Which Is Dying “Inspired by the Joker of Batman fame.  Also inspired by the awesome and totally tubular 1980′s.  And neon, also inspired by neon”.– Rocky Davies There is a certain bit of irony and justice in these 80′s style album covers...

How to Train Your Drago...

Director Dean DeBlois in interviews has claimed that How to Train Your Dragon 2 is his Empire Strikes Back. Sure, things go dark and adult in a hurry in Dragon 2.  The Paradise of Berk where dragons and Vikings coexist is in danger of falling into war with Drago Bludvist (Djimon Hounsou)...

Superhero and Geek Kids...

You never know what hidden treasures you will turn up when doing research on an artist’s website. These delightful illustrations of superheroes and Geek idols were found on Andy Fairhurst’s personal web site. All of them portray future greatness even thou they are mere...

Getting the Nerd’...

Reese’s Pieces (E.T.) Poster Posse member Andy Fairhurst delights in capturing “The Nerd’s Eye View” of all the movies he cares to illustrate.  Seeing the bigger picture from far away is something God does.  If God is the biggest nerd, well then that is just an...

Bad Words: Almost Not S...

Jason Bateman’s career has straddled both straight-man (Identity Thief, Arrested Development) and villain (Starsky and Hutch, Silver Spoons).  In his directorial debut, Bad Words, he gets to be both.   Bateman plays Guy Trilby, a 40-year-old loser who enters a kid’s National...

Neighbors: Fratty Cake,...

  Neighbors is a comedy that is content to drift from plot hole to plot hole as long as it gets its big set pieces in.  The only difference is that the comedy which pits fraternity against paternity has a couple not ready to be conformist parents.  One of the couples arguments is...

Godzilla: Great Gazooke...

  I love the way Godzilla pulses with the aching beauty of destruction.  The way wounded structures expose their hurting souls, visual surrogates for the human pain long gone but still holding in distant memory.  It is all beautifully shot and edited together with a gravitas that...

Check Out These Cool Pr...

  Last year The Hunger Games marketing department created some Teutonic/Germanic influence propaganda posters that cut too close to a NAZI edge in the way they simulated Third Reich info sheets.  This year they are going a bit Cold War Soviet Union.   These 7 propaganda posters for...

Rejected Princesses: Wo...

  Rejected Princesses is former DreamWorks effects animator Jason Porath take on “Women Too Awesome, Awful or Off Beat For the Movies.” All of them are drawn in the Disney style. Porath releases a new Princess every Wednesday at his blog site RejectedPrincesses.com. He...

X-Men: Days of Future P...

It is interesting to see what happens in an X-Men movie with way too many X-Men in it.  The essential X’s come to the fore: Wolverine, Young Magneto, young Professor X, Quicksilver, The Beast, Mystique.  The second tier get glorified cameos: Kitty Pride (Ellen Page) gets stuck in a...

The Grand Budapest Hote...

  The Grand Budapest Hotel is Wes Anderson’s  attempt at making an action flick, although one with meticulous framing, set design and a vibrant color scheme, and rapid fire dialogue straight from a screwball comedy.  The Russian doll plot jumps between time frames (1932, 1965...

Hitch a Ride With Optim...

If you live in Phoenix or Los Angeles Uber has an offer to good to pass up. The popular ride sharing service is offering rides on Optimus Prime (the truck version only) from now until Sunday. Thursday, June 19th between 1pm-7 pm Uber will be offering a few lucky Phoenix based fans who...

First Poster for Gods o...

  Here is proof that there is no imagination left in Hollywood anymore. The first poster for the Alex Proyas’ directed Gods of Egypt doesn’t even bother to conceal that it’s entire imagery is lifted from Prince of Egypt, the 1998 animated Exodus/Moses movie produced by...
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