The Last Ship season two poster and trailer.
If the second season matches the first, we’re in for a fun ride!
Greg Nicotero invited Variety [and us – thanks to the video below] into his studio for a behind-the-scenes look at how they create Walking Dead zombies and more.
The Hollywood Reporter recently posted an excerpt from Jon Cryer’s So That Happened: A Memoir.
The THR piece, titled Jon Cryer Reveals the Inside, Insane Account of Charlie Sheen’s Infamous Meltdown, lives up to the billing. Be advised before you click over that adult language and topics are discussed.
Another post relating to when I was a little kid growing up in the 60’s… it wasn’t unusual to see small framed silhouettes in houses. Folks could get them done of their family members or other people/things and they were pretty cool looking.
Recently the Hero Complex Gallery had a showing called Cut It Out: The Silhouette Art of Jordan Monsell. Mr. Monsell creates silhouettes of pop culture icons from movies and television. The pieces are guaranteed to bring a smile to your face.
I’m diggin’ the poster and trailer for Wayward Pines. Hope it lives up to both.
Light the Match and let’s go!
I saw this photo of the Lost in Space play set by Mattel and just had to share it.
It’s funny how simple it looks today. “Remote Air-Control Power!” with cardboard backgrounds, yet you just know kids of the 1960’s loved it.
Source: Channing Thomson.
Today the Daredevil Motion Poster.
I think this re-imagined Daredevil movie poster is the coolest. It comes from a tweet by Peter S @Stultsified who said:
What If… instead of the new Netflix series, Daredevil was a 1940s film with Sydney Greenstreet as the Kingpin.
Will Lost in Space Ever Get Its Props by Charlie Jane Anders is an interesting look back at one of my favorite shows when I was a little kid.
I think that one of the reasons that Lost In Space doesn’t get its props is that over the course of the series it just became too campy… although as Anders points out the Batman series was equally as campy and is now revered. Perhaps the difference is that the Batman series was always camp and Lost In Space slide down that slope after starting out as a more serious adventure series.
“…there’s one thing I do know, son, and that is you are here for a reason…”
The poster above is my favorite poster from Quotes, Lines & Lyrics a show held recently at the Hero Complex Gallery in LA. Quotes, Lines & Lyrics featured the creations of over 70 artists who created posters inspired by famous lines of dialogue from a movie, TV show or song.
You can see more and bigger versions of the posters here at /Film.
If you enjoy well-written, acted and directed drama, then I hope you’re watching The Red Road on the Sundance Channel.
The Red Road stars Jason Momoa, Martin Henderson, Julianne Nicholson, Tom Sizemore, and Tamara Tunie. You can learn more about The Red Road here in preparation for season two.