Would you go to a Wes Anderson amusement park? The quirky filmmaker has proposed the idea in a foreward to a book on the visual art of Mark Mothersbaugh, his frequent choice of composer. The idea is obviously a joke, but just imagine the go-karts, the camping, the first class Blume Aquarium, the animatronic foxes, rides modeled after the Darjeeling Limited and the… Continue reading What Filmmakers Deserve Their Own Amusement Park?
From the ’70s to the ’00s there were two artists who dominated movie posters. One was Drew Struzan, the other was John Alvin. In the past we’ve celebrated Struzan thanks to newly published collections of his work and today it’s Alvin’s turn.
On August 26, Titan Books is publishing The Art of John Alvin, a handsome, 140-page collection of not only the posters you already… Continue reading Exclusive: Over a Dozen Never-Before-Seen 'Jurassic Park' Posters From Famous Artist John Alvin
On Friday’s (July 25)
“Tonight Show,” guest Jon Hamm was there to promote his Ovation show
“A Young Doctor’s Notebook.” But most of his segment was spent doing a ridiculous and hilarious sketch with host Jimmy Fallon.
The premise is that they were on an ’80s show called “Palisades Park Pet Patrol,” but the gist is that they spend five minutes running back and forth from the interview area… Continue reading Watch Jon Hamm and Jimmy Fallon's 'old' show 'Palisades Park Pet Patrol'
Jurassic Park: As we anticipate Jurassic World in 2015, it’s a good time to look backward to the first installment of the dinosaur series. Jurassic Park, released in 1992, was filmed in part on the gorgeous island of Kauai, Hawaii; as the photos above reveal, however, very little remains of the iconic entrance gate all these years later. [Reddit]
… Continue reading Movie News: 'Jurassic Park' Entrance, 22 Years Later; Live-Action 'Beauty and the Beast' Coming