Patrick Connan's artwork has been making the rounds lately, in part because of his simple but wonderfully clever trio of chess-inspired Lord of the Rings posters and in part because of his contribution to the Hero Complex Gallery's Jaws tribute art show. But Connan has put his spin on many, many more movies, dreaming up new posters and pop culture mashups.
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As great as many blockbuster films look on screen these days, we live in a strange age where most official movie posters are essentially constantly-reconfigured collages with many devolving into outright Photoshop Disasters. In the tradition of Mondo's stable of artists delivering much more interesting contemporary and classic movie posters in
With Christopher Nolan finishing up his third and final Batman movie, some folks are already wondering which director will be next to turn his or her camera on the Caped Crusader. Each director brings their own flavor to Gotham's defender, from Tim Burton's cartoony, gothic take to Nolan's crime movie sensibilities. The
Warner Bros. has unveiled an ominous one sheet poster for The Dark Knight Rises, showcasing Tom Hardy's Bane walking away from a shattered Batman mask beneath some even more foreboding text reading, "The Legend Ends." Following this week's screening of The Dark Knight Rises prologue, the image is especially intense for Batfans. Se
Whether fans have read the comics, watched the various animated series, or bought tickets to any of the first three Spider-Man movies, there's a good chance they're familiar with the Webslinger's origin. Accordi
Not sure how to feel about the new international X-Men: First Class Poster? You're not alone, gentle readers.On one hand, it kind of looks like a nod to early issues of Astonishing X-Men:
On the other hand, it bears some definite Photoshop scars:
What do you think of the X-Men: First Class international movie poster?