Fan Art

Update: Warners has confirmed that this trailer is not an official trailer. It’s fan made. No word yet on whether someone will hire whomever put it together though, because it looks great. Again, to make it clear, it’s not an official trailer for the movie. And now the original video has been taken down by the host site. Original post: Darkness. Foreboding. Wand fights. Explosions. Mobs of people running through the forest. Beachfront property. Dragons. Gingers kissing. Snape peeing himself. Yes, this teaser trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 has everything except Danny Glover complaining about being too old. It just looks so damned good. If the excitement wasn’t at its peak yet, it will be soon. I have a feeling we’ll see more and more incredible stuff from the production leading up to July 15th (a day that cannot come fast enough). Check out the teaser for yourself. You might even get to see a sweet anti-smoking ad from the source site!

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There’s is no explanation for the atrociously bad X-Men: First Class posters that his the internet with a vengeance yesterday. Why Professor X’s head is popping out of his own blacked-out silhouette’s crotch is beyond comprehension. So we won’t even try. What we will try is a contest where you, dear reader, make a better version of the poster. Up for grabs is a prize that I’m thinking about keeping for myself: a 1999 Lithographic recreation of the first “X-Men” issue cover drawn by the insanely talented Alex Ross (which you can see below). How do you enter? Like this:

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What if William Shatner had played Dare Devil in a 1970s exploitation flick? What if Alfred Hitchcock had gotten the idea for Halloween and made it with Kim Novak and Robert Mitchum? What if Mickey Rourke played Superman? These are the questions that haunt me in the moments just before I close my eyes to go to bed. Fortunately, someone else out there is even more obsessed with the possible worlds out there where Boris Karloff was Freddy Krueger (and the resulting movie posters).

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Captain America

Any time a big geeky property begins to come to fruition — as is the case with the now casting Captain America movie — creative and resourceful fans will come out in force to support the cause with contributions of their own.

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Ever wondered if Kate from Lost would still be hot as a Simpsons character? (Spoiler alert: she totally does).

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Officially Cool

With the following of films like Star Wars, we have seen some amazing art along the way. So why should it come as any surprise that a fantastic artist like Sam Gilbey would go all out and create an amazing piece of art celebrating a fantastic film like Hot Fuzz.

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Officially Cool

Anyone who has seen The Shining, should remember the climactic scene of Jack Nicholson breaking through the door with an axe. “Here’s Johnny!”. DeviantArt member KennyDodge has created a desktop to immortalize the scene, but in a very creepy and very cool way.

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Officially Cool

This is clear evidence that hoodlums and criminals aren’t the ones defacing public property, it is movie geeks

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Officially Cool

I always love a cool desktop for my macbook or my iPhone. Here are some for the movie-lovers out there…

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Officially Cool

It is generally believed that all the Hollywood mucky-mucks are the most talented people in the business. For those of us who are not in the business, we have some pretty talented people too.

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Officially Cool

This is the epitome of cool. One of Peter’s readers named Teymur has begun a one year long art project. He will take Lego Storm Troopers and photograph them in all sorts of funny and interesting situations. He has titled the project an appropriate “Troopies365.”

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Optimus Prime Art

Michael Bay said that everything we know about Transformers 2 is false. Thanks Mr. Bay, this will make our job so much easier — now we can just make stuff up and not look as stupid.

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Here you go, folks — a real look at the Cloverfield monster. Or at least, something close enough.

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Not only is his work the most impressive fan art that I have ever seen, but this artist is probably one of the most dedicated Star Wars fans I’ve ever come across.

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for anyone who isn’t dressing up like a storm trooper every Halloween for 20 years and worshiping the ground that Mark Hamill walks on, the following photo could be used as a survival device.

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