All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘cinema’

Pictogram Posters For Classic Films

Viktor Hertz created this set of clever images that depict pictogram characters in movie settings. He takes the same images often seen on restrooms, roadways, and instruction manuals and crossbreeds them with classic cinema. Film is often considered one of the most universal of all art forms. Millions flock to theaters every weekend, while maybe only a few thousand make …

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Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter Debuts Aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln

“Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter”, “Wanted” director Timur Bekmambetov’s big-screen adaptation of author Seth Grahame-Smith’s novel of the same name, made history by having its debut screening for troops deployed in the Middle East. Approximately 1800 sailors braved the extreme heat — 90 degrees and 100 percent humidity, according to reports — to gather inside the USS Abraham Lincoln’s hangar bay …

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Modern Movies Made During Cinema’s Golden Age

These posters imagine some recent instant classic films as if they were made in a different era, compete with actors and graphics from cinema’s golden age. These posters were created my graphic artist Peter Stults of New York. (image) (image) (image) Peter Sellers was the iconic comedian of his day, just like Bill Murray has been over the past few …

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Brad Pitt Zombie Flick World War Z Undergoes Reshoots

Brad Pitt’s zombie flick “World War Z”, which is based on the acclaimed novel of the same name by author Max Brooks, is quickly spiraling out of control. The film s rumored to be quite different than the source material, a fact which has not settled too well with those who adore the book. However, fan reaction to the film …

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Hugh Laurie Role: House Actor May Join Robocop Remake

Hugh Laurie’s latest role may be in Jose Padilha’s upcoming remake of director Paul Verhoeven’s 1987 action-packed satire “Robocop”. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the British actor/comedian and former “House” star is slated to portray the villainous CEO of Omnicorp, the company responsible for bankrolling the robotic police officer’s creation. The role was originally made famous by “St. Elsewhere” alumni …

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Disney Witholds John Carter from Netflix, Redbox

Did you see director Andrew Stanton’s big-budget science fiction epic “John Carter” when it arrived in theaters earlier this year? If you didn’t, don’t feel bad, as it would appear that movie-goers avoided the film in droves, effectively transforming the potential blockbuster into one of the biggest financial disasters in cinematic history. According to the Daily Mail, Disney has stated …

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Jewel Fixes Teeth for Upcoming June Carter Cash Flick

Jewel fixes teeth in order to portray country legend June Carter Cash in an upcoming biopic for Lifetime, according to On The Red Carpet. The musician, who is known for her famously crooked smile, had her teeth temporarily “straightened” in order to tackle the role. In addition to the new grill, Jewel also sports brown hair and blue contacts, which, …

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Clive Barker to Develop Zombies vs. Gladiators for Amazon Studios

Clive Barker, one of the horror genre’s most inventive and imaginative writers, has signed on to assist Amazon Studios with their latest endeavor, the high-concept period actioner “Zombies vs. Gladiators”. After the script generated considerable interest from horror addicts and movie fans alike, Amazon Studios realized that had a potential mainstream hit on their hands. In order to give the …

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Angelina Jolie Turns 37: Twitter Reacts

Angelina Jolie, humanitarian extraordinaire and star of such cinematic delights as “Girl, Interrupted”, “Mr. and Mrs. Smith”, and “Wanted,” turns 37 today. So if you happen to be in the bakery section of your favorite neighborhood grocer, buy an extra cupcake for Angelina and enjoy yourself in her honor. After all, any reason to eat an extra cupcake is a …

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Iron Man 3: Filming Officially Underway in North Carolina

Iron Man 3 coverage has been through the proverbial roof on just about every entertainment-oriented site on the planet, thanks in part to the smashing success of “The Avengers”, which, according to Box Office Mojo, has currently raked in approximately $1,355,237,000 worldwide. Although we may have to wait a while before that particular endeavor enjoys a sequel, the suits over …

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Chernobyl Diaries: Protesters Offended by the Film’s Premise

Chernobyl Diaries, the latest horror flick by “Paranormal Activity” mastermind Oren Peli, is all set to scare the living daylights out of prospective movie-goers this weekend. The movie, which follows the misadventures of several teenagers who decide to pay a visit to the town which once housed the nuclear power plant’s employees, has already received mixed reviews from critics. However, …

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Dark Knight Rises Unveils Two New TV Spots

“Dark Knight Rises” is at the very top of my must-see list this year. Never mind “The Avengers” and “The Amazing Spider-Man” — DKR is where it’s at. If you’ve been following any of the coverage surrounding director Christopher Nolan’s highly-anticipated summer blockbuster, then, chances are, you have a thorough understanding as to why everyone is enthusiastically pumped for its …

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