The upcoming Monday is Star Wars Day. It is always observed on May the 4th because it's the only day of the year when you go around saying "May the fourth be with you!" - the pun on the immortal phrase from the Star Wars saga.
To celebrate the upcoming Star Wars Day, merge any movie, cartoon, or TV series/sitcom with any of the Star Wars movies. May the 4th Be With You!
Many thanks to salis2006 for the themepost.
Good Hollywood movies are getting ridiculously expensive. If years ago the price tag of $200 mil was a record breaker ("Titanic" 1997), today $200 mil or more is not uncommon for a decent movie. "Pirates of The Carribean" (2007) cost over $300 mil, half of which went to the movie stars (Depp, Bloom, Cruz, Knightley, and others). It's expensive to have many mega stars in one movie, but we have a solution for Hollywood which might help keep the costs down...
Take any movie and photoshop one actor/actress playing all the roles in the movie (or at least all the roles in the chop). Show movie posters or movie scenes, but please note that it has to be one of the actual actors from that movie that will be playing all the roles (e.g. you can't make Johnny Depp play all the roles in "The Silence of The Lambs", because he was not there originally).
Many thanks to IcyAllEyeCan for the contest concept, and to Evirio for the themepost.
Back in 2009 Austrian designer Albert Exergian created a series of minimalist posters for famous TV shows. Little did he know his work would inspire a new internet meme called "minimalist movie posters" which depict famous movies in as few symbols as possible. Here are some more great examples.
Photoshop minimalist movie posters showing any symbols from movies like in the examples above. The contest does NOT call for depicting movie titles, it asks you to show any symbol(s) that is(are) specific to the movie you are depicting. E.g. in one example above the poster for movie Seven shows the box that appears in the last scene of the movie. Many thanks to MiniS for the themepost.
All we want for Christmas are some quality holiday movies, say movie critics.
Photoshop any movies to give them a Christmas theme. E.g. dress up movie stars in Christmas costumes, add snow, Christmas lights, Christmas tree, make Christmas sequels of the known movies. See what creative movie titles you can come up with.
Many thanks to JimShorts for the themepost.
There's lots of buzz about Jurassic World, the latest film in the Jurassic Park series. The release date is set for June 12 next year. Universal Studios released the teaser trailer which received over 20 million views within 24 hours on YouTube. Since the 90s, advances in computer graphics animation technology allowed movie makers to create totally realistic dinosaurs on the big screen. This is a huge step from the old school monster "doll animation" technology used in the old movies like Godzilla.
Take any movie and change its main characters for dinosaurs.