Happy Friday, Creators! I can't believe it's December already, where has the time gone? You've been creating fantastic articles, that's where it went. From creative and unique fan art to interesting opinion pieces, it's been yet another great week in terms of content. As per usual, it's time to show some our new Creators some love and to highlight their great work. Without further ado, here are the top 10 posts by this week's crème de la crème! Check 'em out and show 'em some love!
1. Dan LuVisi's "POPPED CULTURE" Art Will Make You Laugh and Squirm! BY Stephan Lokotsch
Kickstarter campaigns often represent and support some of the most creative project out there, helping passionate people achieve their goals. One of these projects is that of Dan LuVisi, who is best known for "LMS: Killbook of a Bounty Hunter". This time, he tackles the world of celebrity and pop culture with his own brand of unique humor. Don't forget to check out his fantastic art samples and to show him some well-deserved love in the comments section.
Rumor has it the first film in the new DCEU Batman series will be pulling inspiration from two super iconic Batman stories: A Death In the Family, as well as Under the Hood. Creator Evan Gamber is excited about that and has decided to put together a list of reasons why we should all feel the same way. If you're curious as to why Under the Hood lends itself perfectly to further constructing the DCEU then you're definitely going to want to check out his post!
I've seen quite a bit of SFX make-up over the past couple of months but it just never gets old. I'm still as amazed by what I see today as I was back in the day! New Creator Katrina Leanne Foley makeup and visual artist from Rhondda Valley and guess what, she is only 15 years old! Now that's what I like to call talent! Be sure to check out her post for a whole lot of terrifying awesomeness, just don't blame us when you find yourself having trouble falling asleep tonight.
Multiplayer Split-Screen. I've got to be honest, I'm not all to familiar with the concept, which is why Caleb's article has been very enlightening. In his article he takes a look at how gaming has evolved throughout the years and what these changes have meant for split-screen gaming. Do you miss split-screen gaming? Be sure to check out Caleb's article and don't forget to leave him a comment!
When we think of superheroes, we think brave, heroic acts. What we don't think is insecurity and pain. Through his art, new Moviepilot Creator Charanel Gile wants to show us that our favorite heroes, such as Captain America and Spider-Man, have feelings too. They love and they lose, just like any other 'normal' human being. Using specific quotes from the movies these superheroes star in, Gile asks us to look past the symbols they represent in popular culture.
Hate 'em or love 'em but fan theories as a gift that keeps on giving. Whether they're downright ridiculous or are actually onto something, they are always a source of entertainment. As we continue to wait patiently for the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, new Creator Josh Howling has compiled a list of the craziest, most outrageous fan theories out there. Check out his fun-tastic post!
Millions of fans held their breath as they watched the new Batman v Superman trailer. For a good 3 minutes and 2 seconds we were in awe of the events that unfolded. The reviews are mixed and have fans divided, but one thing's for sure: we'll all be running to our nearest cinema when it's out. Danny Rivera has got high hopes for the movie and in his article he explains why BvS might be exactly what the fans have been waiting for, regardless of your thoughts on the trailer.
Let's be honest, who doesn't love a quality Pixar movie? WALL-E is one of my personal all-time favorites but there are, of course, plenty more gems to discover. New Creator Kane Richards has been kind enough to create a list of some of the best Pixar creations out there that'll make you want to stop what you are doing and start a very long movie marathon. Luckily the weekend is within close reach and there's no time like the present to discover why Pixar has captured the hearts of children and adults alike.
I'm got to admit at Charlie Kaufman's name did not ring a bell but both Being John Malkovich and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind were in fact written by him. Anomalisa will be his first animated project and by the looks of it, it's bound to be a very interesting one. If you've never heard of Anomalisa then fear not because New Creator Dylan Eller is here to tell us all about it. According to him "Charlie Kaufman has never been limited by any sort of conventional guidelines for how a screenplay should work", making it must-see for movie fans.
Who doesn't love a good old Tim Burton movie? Whenever Tim Burton and Johnny Depp team up, you best be sure it's going to be one hell of a film. New Creator Franz Von Morrison has used Burton's work as an inspiration for his artwork. Captivated by his unique style and stories, Franz has converted some of his well-known characters to carton, and the result is worth checking out!
Can't get enough of Moviepilot? We've got you covered!