Category: film

Lakeith Stanfield To Star in Prince of Cats | …

Lakeith Stanfield To Star in Prince of Cats | ScreenRant:

A film adaptation of Prince of Cats?! Yaaassss! 😀

princeofcats1: The cover of Prince of Cats, my…

princeofcats1:

The cover of Prince of Cats, my deconstruction of the Romantic Tragedy meta narrative in Romeo and Juliet, reference two works that greatly influenced the work, the theatrical poster for Okamoto Kihachi’s Sword of Doom (1966) and Tadanori Yokoo’s Ballad Dedicated To An Amputated Little Finger (1967).

Ballad Dedicated To An Amputated Little Finger is a silk screen poster that prominently features the sacrifice required of a Yakuza who wishes to leave the life.

Sword of Doom or Dai-bosatsu tōge (大菩薩峠) tells the story of a youth who follows a path of violent dedication to swordsmanship towards enlightenment or madness.

gael-garcia: Throne of Blood / 蜘蛛巣城  (‘Spider …

gael-garcia:

Throne of Blood / 蜘蛛巣城  (‘Spider Web Castle’, 1957), dir. Akira Kurosawa

fuckyeahmovieposters: Forbidden Planet

fuckyeahmovieposters:

Forbidden Planet

Richard III (dir. Laurence Olivier), 1955 Japa…

Richard III (dir. Laurence Olivier), 1955 Japanese B2 Poster, by Hisamitsu Noguchi

Film News Roundup: David Oyelowo Starring in ‘…

Film News Roundup: David Oyelowo Starring in ‘Cyrano the Moor’ for Disney:

News I missed from last year. Not sure how the combo of Othello x Cyrano de Bergerac is going to work.

Timothée Chalamet to play Henry V in new Netfl…

Timothée Chalamet to play Henry V in new Netflix movie: undefined

Daisy Ridley as Ophelia and Naomi Watts as Ger…

Daisy Ridley as Ophelia and Naomi Watts as Gertrude, in Ophelia (dir. Claire McCarthy).

Daisy Ridley looking like a very Pre-Raphaelit…

Daisy Ridley looking like a very Pre-Raphaelite Ophelia. Set in the 14th century but spoken in a contemporary voice, Ophelia is an adaptation of Lisa Klein’s book Ophelia (2006), and is directed by Claire McCarthy.

2018 is shaping up to be the year of many Macb…

2018 is shaping up to be the year of many Macbeths. This new film adaptation looks interesting. Not sure about the use of green-screen though…Macbeth meets 300?