FAN ART: Ghostbusters 3, Justice League, And More...
Another couple of fan posters; including Ghostbusters III, Interstellar, Star Wars Ep VII, and more...SuperDude style!
Welcome ladies and gentlemen!
For my latest fan-fic article I've compilled a couple posters from my DeviantArt page based on various different movies, and so onwards!:
Like many other of my posters, this idea originated mostly because I couldn't think of an exactly right story/cast for a third film and decided to simply contribute my ideas as a poster.
I originally planned to have Dan Aykroyd and Ernie Hudson on the poster as my plot was to involve them as the trainers of the new team, but unfortunately they just didn't fit into the overall image too well. Harold Ramis was never part of my fancast idea, his character was supposed to be running other branches of the Ghostbusters while leaving his son in New York City (I love Egon, just I feel he's more the brains and not a trainer which wouldn't work to well in the story as his son is supposed to prove himself as responsible and intelligent enough to be a member). In respect to Bill Murray I thought killing his character would be appropriate in a nice way to not include him (and would leave open character exploration of Oscar and a nice cameo as a ghost)
Fran Kranz - Oscar Venkman (taking his step-fathers name)
Jay Baruchel - Timothy Spengler (son of Egon, left in New York as his father works around other branches of Ghostbusters around the world)
Jason Sudeikis - Roger Tully (nephew of Louis Tully, given position as Ghostbusters due to his connecitons with his uncle and the original members)
Star Wars Episode VII
I thought it would be good to stay similar to the previous film painted posters, while also feeling I should think forward and keep an aged Millennium Falcon upfront and of course some optical flare.
Christopher Nolan's 'Intersteller' - Logo Only
Inspired by PaulRom's own wonderful logo creation.
Although little is known about Christopher Nolan's (and brother writer Jonathan Nolan's) next project except it's possibly thought to involve time travel, a space crew, and science based on the work of physicist Kip Thorne.
The Picture Of Dorian Gray (Modern Day Adaptation)
I've been throwing around the idea to do a fancast for a modern adaption of Oscar Wilde's 'The Picture Of Dorian Gray' and I have also been thinking of filming such an idea as a small school project or something but I thought people might respond better to just a more hollywood fancast, however the only place I post such things is here at ComicBookMovie and I think a comic book audience wouldn't really care or find interest in such a thing.
And so this all built to me decided to condense the idea in a simply fan poster, and thought I might as well post it with this.
Dorian Gray - Alex Pettyfer
Basil Hallward -James McAvoy
(Lord - that would be changed in my adaption) Henry Watton - Michael Fassbender
Sibyl Vane - Amanda Seyfried
Dracula (Modern Day Adaptation)
After my poster for a modern adaption of Oscar Wilde's 'The Picture Of Dorian Gray' I used my previous consideration and a suggestion from 'AllStarDoomsday1992' to create a poster for a Dracula film. Like my 'Dorian Gray' I've decided to modernise the story, while also try and incorporate my casting as a merge of all the different version of Dracula (Bale - general Dracula versions) and Van Helsing (Smith - mostly inspired by Peter Cushing's performance, but his youth influenced from more modern interpretations).
Dracula - Christian Bale
Abraham Van Helsing - Matt Smith
(Some female interest of either Dracula or Helsing) - Anne Hathaway
(Some supporting role - just thought he'd fit in) - Jude Law
Justice League (2015 Film)
Thought with the new 'Man Of Steel' images being released almost every day, I might make a new Justice League poster incorporating a most likely cast and imaging for the planned 2015 Justice League film.
Although I often dislike accented edge or poster edge effects like the ones I've used in this, it was the only technique that allowed my images to blend well, and so I tried to use it to my advantage in a more 'comic book' themed look.
I hope you guys all like this, please comment and thanks for taking a look!
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