To begin with, this was a two man showdown billed by @SongWarmonger as the Fight Of The Century between British Film Directors Duncan Jones (Source Code) and Joe Cornish (Attack The Block). The prize being the Science Fiction Writers of America Ray Bradbury Award for Outstanding Dramatic Presentation. That was until Duncan Jones decided to up the ante by asking:
@SongWarmonger where’s @neilhimself though?! This war deserves the three-way action poster this fight promises!
Neil Gaiman (Doctor Who: “The Doctor’s Wife,”) waded in with:
@ManMadeMoon I just get to watch the two of you KNOCK YOURSELVES OUT. Then steal the prize.
All this trash talk could only lead to one thing, the extension of the original bout into a full blown British Battle Royal! For which @SongWarmonger has kindly supplied an updated poster.
I don’t know about you, I can hear the spandex snapping and smell the deep heat already, this promises to be a right crotch twanger and no mistake. May the best man win!
Thanks to Marge for creating such a marvellous poster, large version available to print off and keep forever right here 🙂
I don’t think I need to write much about this when you can see it for yourself, beautiful.
Portrait of Eve Bell (Kaya Scodelario) from MOON by Massimo Carnevale was spotted by @Songwarmonger on Massimo’s blog. If you are a movie fan, or a fan of damn fine artwork, head over and have a look at the rest of Massimo’s work, incredibly talented chap!
Similar in theme to the last poster we popped up, we have a new independently produced SOURCE CODE poster today, this time from design student Charlie Gardner from London.
Thanks to our old Twitter pal @SongWarmonger for letting us know about this one. Amazing work again, and Charlie is only 21!
Thanks to the Eagle eyed SongWarMonger we have news of a smart offer from Decembers UK SFX Magazine.
As you can see from the wee picture below, subscribe now for £22 every six months, and you get BAFTA award winning MOON on Blu-Ray or DVD and dafter than MOON, horror comedy Zombieland. If you’ve got them already, looks like the perfect gift for that special someone what likes great Sci-Fi and zombies, and stuff.