One of the reasons why we fall in love with movies is the way we feel when we walk out of the theater, or when we turn off the TV—and a film's last image cements that emotional connection. Here's a collection of those "last looks" from some of the more noteworthy movies of recent memory.
This weekend, Sherlock Holmes reprises his role as the movie character with the most films EVER. But while his sleuthing in A Game of Shadows is certain to be exceptional, we'd like to remind you there are plenty of other candidates for the title of greatest fictional detectives of all time.
If your friends have been really good to you this year, now that it's holiday gift-giving time, maybe you should be really good to them right back ... in a BIG way. For those extra-special friends, we've found 13 of the awesomest and most ridiculously expensive replica props in the universe.
Back in August, we told you that Ridley Scott was on board to direct a follow-up to his sci-fi masterpiece, Blade Runner. But what we didn't know yet then was whether the new movie would be a sequel or a prequel. Well, it seems that Scott has decided to go down the sequel route.
Blade Runner was a film from 1982 with a 1940s film noir feel and a retro-futuristic look. Even the clothes were a collision between past (Rachel's hair and dresses), 1982 present (Deckard's ties) and the future (glow-in-the-dark umbrella handles). One hard-core fan liked the look so much that he went all-out to get it for himself.
Sure, Blade Runner is a classic NOW, but back in 1982, before anyone had seen any footage of the film, it was a gamble. So Ridley Scott put together a behind-the-scenes look which was screened at sci-fi conventions to win over the fans. And 29 years later, it's more revealing than ever before.
Star Wars and Star Trek porn parodies, that we can understand. Superman and Batman, sure. But a XXX Blade Runner? Was the world really asking for this?
When you heard the news last week that director Ridley Scott would be returning to the world of Blade Runner for a new movie, we know there's no way you were blase about it. You had to either be jumping for joy or gnashing your teeth—but which?
The producers of the new Blade Runner project have landed Ridley Scott to direct the movie. The original film's star, however, is another story.
So what does Ridley Scott plan to do after exploring the Alien universe again in his current project, Prometheus? Looks like he's returning to the world of Blade Runner!