Bill Gold, the designer behind some of the most iconic movie posters in movie history, has died at the age of 97.
Lionsgate has been playing an epic April Fool's prank on the British public with these deliberately fudged 'Ghost Stories' posters.
Fox has released the first teaser poster for Kingsman 2 AKA The Golden Circle, with Colin Firth, Channing Tatum, Elton John, and Halle Berry all confirmed for the spy sequel.
New image for Ridley Scott's next chapter in space travelers vs. xenomorphs saga brings to mind Rodin's 'The Gates of Hell' sculpture
Graphic designer and poster artist Matt Ferguson has built a reputation of creating stunning alternative movie posters over the last few years so we’re delighted to be able two share two of his latest creations for Disney’s live action ‘Beauty and the Beast’, and they’re absolutely beautiful.
You like movies. The teaser trailer is a proper, scene-setting introduction to the world of the movie. In many cases, teaser trailers get trailer teasers, so some are technically teaser trailer teasers.
2016 has seen some vintage movie posters hitting the multiplexes, but it’s also seen some absolute clunkers too. These 2016 movie posters are wanted for crimes against design.
A soldier (we believe it may be Tom Hardy) against a devastating backdrop. Warner Bros has released the first poster for Christopher Nolan’s World War 2 epic ‘Dunkirk’, ahead of a new trailer set to drop later this week. ‘Dunkirk’ will tell the story of the evacuation of British and Allied forces from Europe that occurred between late May and early June 1940.
The marketing campaigns for ‘Deadpool’ and ‘Suicide Squad’ were among the big winners at the Clio Key Art awards last night in Los Angeles. ‘Deadpool’ was named as best Theatrical: Integrated Campaign, with its iconic emoji poster winning the Clio Grand Prize for best billboard advert. ‘Suicide Squad’s garish poster campaign also won a handful of Gold Prizes too. Here’s a selection of 2016’s best movie posters, according to the 2016 Clio Key Art Awards .
Two stunning new posters for ‘Star Trek Beyond’ have been released by Paramount and they both serve as a rather cool tribute to the original TV show. This first showing Kirk, Spock, and Sofia Boutella’s Jaylah in a rainbow of light is directly inspired by the classic poster for 1979′s ‘Star Trek: The Motion Picture’, the film that breathed new life into the dormant sci-fi franchise. While the other teaser poster seems to have teleported in from the groovy 1960s which, of course, is when the original ‘Star Trek’ series was first broadcast.
Using countless examples from Hollywood history - recent and older - the Tumblr blog shows that movie posters featuring women will often only show their bodies, but not their heads or faces. The trend seems to have been going on in Hollywood for years now with the blog highlighting ‘The Graduate’ poster as an early example.
It’s been 20 years since Will Smith, Jeff Goldblum, and Bill Pullman took on an alien invasion and defeated them using a computer virus and a couple of cigars in Roland Emmerich’s ‘Independence Day’. Using recovered alien technology, the nations of Earth have collaborated on an immense defense program to protect the planet.