30 years on, the original screenplay for ‘The Breakfast Club’ is found in a high school filing cabinet
While staff at Park Ridge’s Main North High School were packing up and getting ready to move to the building next door, an assistant uncovered something very valuable: an original screenplay for The Breakfast Club. Yes, that Breakfast Club with Emilio Estevez, Molly Ringwald and Judd Nelson.
Sooo, we love sloths around here, right? Those idle creatures that look kinda creepy but are kinda cute have just mesmerized us with a batch of movie posters, replacing humans for themselves.
Redditor austindlight has created a series of fun and lighthearted illustrations that are from popular movies. One difference to his illustrations? Each drawing is from a movie title, missing just one letter.
You’re looking at some pretty cool fashion designs courtesy of Sara Richard, who came up with the ideas for this year’s Dragon Con. Her first project involved high-fashion versions of Pan’s Labyrinth character clothing, but then she had other ideas: ‘Then I figured, it’d be cool to try and come up with more designs for […]
Sometimes, instead of an actor’s performance, it’s the props of a movie that are remembered. And Israeli artist Ido Yehimovitz knows all about it, as he’s created a series of the greatest rides from film and television that he loved as a child up until the present day. Yehimovitz has added a bit of flair […]
Well, just because all movies in the world deserve a reality check. These alternative textual takes on these movie posters have the type of honest-to-goodness spin that we all know is far more true. They are priceless.
Watch this incredible short movie of a (spoiler!) man and woman breaking up to see just how many movies titles there are out there. Because, as you’ll see, every single word in this short is made up of a film title. Who knew an entire conversation could take place with just movie titles? The best […]
Let’s face it, you’ve gotta love eBay. It’s got something for everyone, particularly movie lovers. If you’re into that sort of thing, you can find props from all kinds of films, both iconic and lesser-known. Here are just a few interesting examples of movie props you can find on Ebay right now. The internet is […]
This is what happens when gun control goes to the movies: guns get replaced by approving thumbs-up. Coupled with suitably intense looks from the gunmen — er, we mean, thumbmen — these doctored images almost reach abysmal heights. After all, as what the blog says, ‘Real tough guys don’t need guns, they just need a […]
I worked for years in the movies at a Studio before I began painting. It was a great experience overall and helped me understand art better. My new series, A Trip to the Movies, is a bit of a revisit to that time and that world. I used the format of a script as the […]
We found this really cool collection of graphics from Giulia Villa on The Super Slice that we just had to share. Featuring some of our favorite movies, Milan-born (and London-based) Villa treats us to a very colorful mix of characters from the likes of The Big Lebowski, Borat, Kill Bill, Star Wars, Juno, and A […]
You can tell a lot about a person based on the movies they choose. But did you know that you could tell a person’s personality by their seat selection? Psychologist Hiromi Mizuki has some theories on how our identities can affect seat selection when going to the cinemas.
Can you name that movie? And that one, too? This video montage of Movies in Movies is a magical collection of film highlights all with one theme in common: going to the movie theatre. With uplifting music and a fast pace, the video gives a sweeping yet brief history of cinema within other movies. It’s […]
We love stuff that mess with our minds, so it’s great to see just what ad agency Y&R Sao Paulo and photographer Lúcio Cunha did to promote a new surround sound home theater system: they took the otherwise instantly recognizable movie posters of films such as Kill Bill, Forrest Gump and Pretty Woman, then imagined how the flip side of these posters would look and showed what they looked like, viewed from behind. What an ingenious solution.