For the past few years, I have brought my favorite antagonists and most memorable characters in movies in the style of my character, Tommy Lincoln the Devil:
2012 DEVILS OF CINEMA: (From Top to Bottom, Left to Right) The Avengers, Django Unchained, Prometheus, Magic Mike, Skyfall, The Dark Knight Rises
2013 DEVILS OF CINEMA: (From Top to Bottom, Left to Right) The Wolf Of Wall Street, Her, Dallas Buyers Club, American Hustle, 12 Years A Slave, Captain Philips
2014 DEVILS OF CINEMA: (From Top to Bottom, Left to Right) The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Maleficent, X-Men: Days Of Future Past, The Hobbit: Battle Of The Five Armies, Birdman, Guardians Of The Galaxy
Anyway, this year we had some great movies, some decent movies and some bad movies. However, we still have characters that stick with us, good and bad:
KYLO REN in STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS
If you have not seen the most recent Star Wars, what are you waiting for!?! Stop reading this and rush to the theater NOW! Then come back and read this.
Welcome back! :) Anyways, the new baddie of the space opera franchise has been shining with fandom all over from whipping out the tri-blade lightsaber to the frightening dark mask. Here is Adam Driver's Sith Lord in the style of the devil:
ULTRON in AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON
The Marvel sequel's villain was objectively not as memorable as Loki, however, James Spader's intimidating voice in the eight foot tall robot with no strings to hold him down made one hell of a villain.
Check out Ultron drawn in the style of the devil:
IMMORTAN JOE in MAD MAX: FURY ROAD
The lord of the Citadel and the leader of the diehard and fanatical War Boys made a nasty antagonist in 2015's non-stop car chase through the desert.
Here is Immortan Joe as the devil:
Whether you love them or hate them, the yellow creatures that wear overalls have taken over the world. There is no escape from them, especially at Universal Studios. Seriously, in every store, there are minions galore.
Check out a minion in the style of the devil:
EAZY-E in STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON
N.W.A's bad-boy was arguably the most charismatic in last summer's biopic of the group that said "F%&k the Police!" Jason Mitchell stole the show and brought a respectful and fun performance as Eric "Eazy-E" Wright.
Check out the rapper in the style of the devil:
ANGER in INSIDE OUT
Lewis Black's voiceover of the angry emotion in one of Disney / Pixar's summer hit, critically and financially, was great comic-relief and someone the audience was mostly "happy" to see.
Check out the animated emotion as the devil: