The Original Movie Posters Blog - ART OF THE MOVIES

  • Some Fantastic New Movie Trailers Just Released!

    Whether you love super-heroes, sci-fi or thrillers, the recent crop of new movie trailers has something for everyone.

    Here they are for you to enjoy!

  • Cinema and Streaming – A New Battle Ground

    In 2019 UK cinemas took over £1.255B at the box office. In 2020 that dropped to a ‘mere’ £296M.

    Following the reopening of cinemas on 17th May, what are 2021 revenues like? 

    If they are down, is COVID the only culprit?

  • Are You Ready For The Suicide Squad?!

    When Disney and Marvel (temporarily) severed ties with Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn, it was no surprise that DC stepped in. The result? A contract to write and direct THE Suicide Squad, featuring a collection of the most degenerate delinquents in the DC line-up.

    Released today, 30th July. Are YOU ready for The Suicide Squad?

  • A New Trailer for Villeneuve's DUNE!

    Three months before it hits the big screen, a brand new trailer for Denis Villeneuve's DUNE has been released and Warner have kindly given us access to some early digital posters and production photos too!
  • A New Bond Poster!

    As two years worth of Summer releases begin to hit the big screen, the posters are starting to come thick and fast!

    Just arrived - the new poster for Daniel Craig's last outing as 007 - No Time To Die...
  • See You At The Movies

    As I write, England is one week away from 'Step 3' of the removal of COVID related social restrictions. This includes the reopening of "... indoor entertainment such as museums, theatres and cinemas"!

    This step feels special.

    As they often do, Marvel have channelled their inner Stan Lee to sum it up beautifully in a short film that does far more than plug their upcoming films.

  • Latest Release Dates For The 2021 Blockbusters

    The next step of England's roadmap out of lockdown is scheduled for 17th May and with it the long-awaited reopening of England and Scotland's cinemas. In a mark that there is industry-wide confidence that cinema-goers may return, a raft of studios have also announced dates for major film releases.

    Here are the latest dates and where available, the trailers too!

  • Is The Mist Beginning To Clear?

    As I write, it is a year to the day since the start of the first U.K. lockdown. It feels an under-statement to say that a lot has changed. 

    Observing today's minute silence in memory of the victims was humbling, but as the UK passes the 50% vaccination point for all adults, there are also signs for optimism, for a better future.

  • Avatar Reclaims Its Crown

    In 2010 Avatar blitzed the previous record to become the highest grossing film of all time. In 2019, Avengers: Endgame inched past and has held the title for the past two years.

    On Saturday, Avatar's box office total reached $2.802M. Enough for it to reclaim its crown as the highest grossing film of all time.

    Since records began, only eleven films have held the title. How many can you name?

  • A Celebration of Dancing In The Movies!

    We claim absolutely no credit for this wonderful short film. We just came across it and had to share it.

    The brain-child of Brazilian film-editor Diego Carrera, it is an astonishing celebration of dancing throughout movie history, cleverly and beautifully put together.

    Turn the sound up on your PC, tablet or phone and lose yourself for five and a half minutes...

  • Adam McDaniel on Richard Amsel - An Incredible Journey...

    2020 was an interesting year for author, film-maker, screen-writer and artist Adam McDaniel. The fires that ravaged Southern California threatened to engulf his home, he left his job of nearly twelve years with Warner Brothers and his wedding cruise was twice cancelled due to the COVID epidemic.

    That would have got a lot of us down but, not McDaniel. He has set out to finish a journey that began, unbeknown to him, a few decades before...

  • Tarantino's Favourite Films

    A few days ago we added an original Italian movie poser for Sergio Leone's seminal 1966 Western "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly" to our collection of original movie posters.

    Photographing the poster reminded me of a list I had seen a few years ago of Quentin Tarantino's favourite films.

    Guess which one was at the top?