It sounds like snarky criticism to say that the best thing about 22 Jump Street is the end. But everyone is talking about the sequel’s credits, whether they think the movie that comes before it is also worthwhile or not. They are a perfect finishing touch to an already meta piece of comedic entertainment and probably the most memorable conclusion of its… Continue reading What Movie Has the Best End Credits?
We’re almost there, people.
In just five weeks, Girl Meets World — Disney Channel’s highly ridiculously anticipated Boy Meets World spinoff, which follows the trials and tribulations of Cory (Ben Savage) and Topanga’s (Danielle Fishel) 12-year-old daughter Riley (Rowan Blanchard) — will finally make its small screen debut. And we’ve got a taste of what to expect from the new show: Check below to find the upcoming sitcom’s opening credits, set… Continue reading ‘Girl Meets World’: See the ‘Boy Meets World’ spinoff’s opening credits — EXCLUSIVE
What does it take to create a haunting, nightmarish opening film sequence? According to Entertainment Weekly, you need David Fincher, an “uncomfortable” storyline and Tim Miller, the creative director for design studio Blur.
On EW.com, Miller gives an inside look on how the credits for Fincher’s “Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” were made.
“[Fincher] wanted to do everything photo-surreal, instead of [using] traditional film effects,” said Miller. “The first time [David and… Continue reading 'Girl With The Dragon Tattoo' Opening Sequence: The Studio Behind The Credits
Oh Se7en, with your quirky use of the number in the title, your awesome opening credit sequence with the Nine Inch Nails song that strippers everywhere overplayed in the ’90s, and your ways of making us want to atone for all the sins we’ve ever committed.
David Fincher’s story about a sadistic serial killer – who uses the Bible’s seven deadly sins as… Continue reading Did You Know: Kevin Spacey Didn't Want His Name in 'Se7en's' Opening Credits?
Those who caught HBO’s premiere of Game of Thrones last night were treated to one of the most brilliant title credits we’ve seen in recent years. Created by a company called Elastic, not only does the sequence help orientate viewers to the land of Westeros by displaying a map of the Seven Kingdoms, but its
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