Great Movie Posters Reimagine Modern Films With Vintage Casts

Delightful series from Peter Stults

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This great poster series by designer Peter Stults imagines modern Hollywood hits with classic casts from bygone eras. The effect is frequently dizzying and delightful, a potent pop-culture mashup that makes me wish these alternate versions of the movies were real. Imagine William Shatner in Avatar: "My … face … is … BLUE!" Or Charlton Heston in Pulp Fiction: "You know what they call a Quarter Pounder with cheese in Paris? They call it a Royale with cheese! Damn you all to hell!" The work was inspired by a similar project a few years back by Sean Hartter, who really tops the imaginary box-office for film buffs by re-imagining The Matrix as a John Boorman-lensed blaxploitation epic starring a Watergate-era dream cast of Sidney Poitier, Pam Grier, Bruce Lee and Peter Sellers! (The concept's actually no wilder than Boorman's real sci-fi pic from the '70s with Sean Connery wearing a...



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