The students at Monsters University started submitting their own Throwback Thursday pictures yesterday. Though Thursday has come and gone, you can submit your own Throwback Thursday picture to become part of an exclusive Monsters University collage over at Pixar’s Yahoo! Movies hub. In addition, you can follow the throwbacks on Twitter at #MonstersUTBT. When you’re done, don’t forget to study up on your scaring over the weekend - we hear there’s a quiz next week.
It’s easy to get confused by vampires, zombies, or any number of other creatures. Here are some typography posters from 30 Nights of Paranormal Activity with the Devil Inside the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo to help you get acquainted with and survive a whole slew of post-apocalyptic scenarios with relative ease.
Here’s to the great movies that inspired us and the bad ones that made us feel better about our lives. Filmography 2012 remixes over 300 movies to explore and celebrate the work of this year’s cinematic storytellers. (film list)
Skyfall is finally here in the states. To celebrate, we’ve created these animated GIFs of Bond doing what he does best - saving the world. We plan on enjoying the film today, so hopefully you do too.
For Finding Nemo 3D’s release tomorrow, we created some paper art of some famous characters from the film! Hope you enjoy.
Yesterday, Valve introduced the Source Filmmaker, a tool for creating movies using the Source engine as the set and studio. The tool allows digital directors to animate characters, set up camera angles, and realistically recreate dialogue using the program. As they put it, you get all of the “lights, camera, and action” except you can do the whole process in reverse, which they believe is actually more effective.
We’ve created some typography cards with famous movie quotes on them. See if you can guess where each quote is from.
These also work great as backgrounds for iPhones or Android phones, so feel free to use them!