Films

Star War Fans Repainted German Observatory as R2-D2

Hubert Zitt is a professor at Zweibrücken University of Applied Sciences in Germany. He is widely known for his fascinating lectures on Star Wars, Star Trek and other science fiction.

“Toy Story 4” Trailer is Here and Fans Aren’t Pleased With the Animation

Disney released the trailer for the much-anticipated movie Toy Story 4. Movie-lovers undoubtedly have expressed how happy they feel about the news. The movie, which is to be released in June 2019, has...

South Koreans Are Obsessed With Captain Marvel’s Cat

American superhero flick “Captain Marvel” had its world premiere this month. So far it has grossed over $820 million worldwide, which makes it the highest-grossing movie of 2019. The...

Artist Draws Funny Puns of Star Wars’ Characters

Beware Star Wars fans, because one artist has done a series of simple Star Wars illustrations you will love! According to the illustrator Lim Heng Swee, he has done a series...

Photographer Recreates Scenes From Superhero Movies With Toys

James Xie is a toy photographer from Singapore who recreates scenes from his most loved superhero movies. Also known as Plastic Resin Heroes on Instagram, where he has gained almost 7k followers,...

Caricaturist Makes Hilarious Recreations of Celebrities and Movie Characters

Xi Ding is an international award-winning artist who specializes is caricatures. Austria-based Ding, who loves to call himself a 'face designer', uses celebrities and public figures and transforms them into cartoonized characters....

Filmmaker Photoshops His Dog Into Movie Posters

Have you already heard about Maxine the Fluffy Corgi? He's the furry Instagram star who appears on famous movie posters. He is the best friend of a filmmaker and creative director from...

Girl Does Food-Cosplay and the Results Are Hilarious

Nowadays the Internet is full of people dressing up as comic and movie characters. For some, it is a hobby, while others make a living from it. But one thing is definite:...

Before And After Scenes – With and Without Special Effects

Arrival of a Train at a Station was the first ever movie scene in history and was shot by the Lumière brothers in the late 19th century, more precisely in 1896.

Oscar Performer’s Announcement Makes the Internet Very Happy

The Academy of Motion Pictures announced on Monday that Queen and Adam Lambert, will be performing at the 91st Annual Academy Awards at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, California, on Feb. 24.