What if the movies of today were made in an alternate yesteryear, such that Bill Shatner was the star of Avatar, and James Dean was allowed the cruel irony of the lead in Drive? Such is what artist Peter Stults visually imagined with his series Movies from an Alternate Universe, a collection of movie posters re-designed as a dangerous collision of the cinema present and an acting past that should never know of our parallel future.
Have a look at my favorites below, but prepare to forever be yearning for a young Leonard Nimoy-starring Die Hard that will never come to pass.
See Stults's complete gallery--which notably includes a Harry Belafonte-inclusive Pulp Fiction--right here. Thanks for tipping, Brittany.
Ben Kingsley plays the villain Mandarin in Iron Man 3, and here's a first look at the hobo-of-the-future costume he'll apparently be wearing for the part. As Gwyneth Paltrow grimaced earlier, a trailer for the superhero sequel is due Tuesday, so we should be seeing Kingsley's s... / Continue →
Just in time for Comic Con, giving Peter Jackson and his team something to burst through, here's a huge-ass banner depicting a series of scenes from The Hobbit: The Unexpected Journey. The above thumbnail is only maybe a third of the total image, so make sure to click to look a... / Continue →
Offering such long-familiar elements as the Emerald City, the Yellow-Brick Road, and a role for James Franco, here's the poster for Sam Raimi's Oz: The Great and Powerful. The film is said to work as a prequel to The Wizard of Oz, detailing for us the days before the so-called ... / Continue →