Sunday, June 30, 2013
The HBO special will reunite the diminutive actor with his fellow Willow movie star, Val Kilmer, which should make for some laughs no doubt.
This may have been a comeback of minimal proportions as the tagline suggests, but when you've portrayed a magical professor, goblin, elf, leprechaun, mouse and a heroic dwarf, playing a fictional version of yourself in a documentary sitcom must seem rather dull by comparison.
If you're a fan of the show and everyone's favourite Ewok, be sure to also check out the series launch billboards for Life's Too Short from February 2012 here at Daily Billboard (at least this time Warwick gets the chance to hog all the limelight for himself and doesn't have to share it with Ricky Gervais).
Saturday, June 29, 2013
Indeed, this is the end for the spoof set in a retro 31st century, which follows the crazy misadventures of the multi-species crew of the Planet Express delivery spaceship, from one-eyed aliens, to robots and time-displaced humans.
This final season seven billboard for Futurama was spied along Sunset Boulevard on June 19, 2013.
But is this really the end, or will the show merely fall into cryogenic sleep to return once again in the far future, maybe in film form? Only time will tell.
Friday, June 28, 2013
The new crime thriller is based on the Danish/Swedish series of the same name, but this time the investigation takes place at the border crossing bridge between El Paso, Texas and Juàrez, Mexico requiring two police officers, one Mexican and one American, to cooperate to solve the mystery of a serial killer terrorising both sides of the U.S./Mexico border.
Sounds intriguing doesn't it, and these billboards do a great job of teasing the new cop drama.
The illustration version's masked figure also has a Day of the Dead/Dia de Muertos vibe to it, which is also a great nod to the setting of the show.
If you like these billboards, be sure to check out more cool advertising for FX shows here at Daily Billboard.
Thursday, June 27, 2013
Coke Enjoy Summer billboards and these festive Coke Santa billboards.
And remember, everything in moderation (you don't have to super-size it every time).
Wednesday, June 26, 2013
People seemed to be extremely polarized by the first season of Aaron Sorkin's political news drama, starring Jeff Daniels as controversial news anchor 'Will McAvoy'. Critics bemoaned about the inaccurate depiction of the news industry, the stories overly critical nature of the Republican Party, or when they were trying to cover serious subjects, fluffy love triangles getting in the way.
The striking new promotional billboard for season two perfectly sums up the show. 'Together they stand alone' indeed, in the wilderness of professional, factual journalism. Trying to avoid the overly sensational news coverage and political bias of the majority of U.S. news shows.
If you're a fan of the HBO drama, be sure to check out The Newsroom season one billboards.
Tuesday, June 25, 2013
special installation King Kong 3D mannequin billboards from 2011.
billboards for the Transformers 3D ride which also stood out when the Universal Studios Hollywood attraction opened last year (Optimus Prime is a much more recognisable and heroic choice than Megatron).
Disneyland billboards to see how another major tourist destination markets their park.
And remember, you can buy a day and you get the rest of the year free at Universal Studios Hollywood (that's assuming you survive the Summer).
Monday, June 24, 2013
There's lots of huge Summer blockbusters this year, filled to the brim with superheroes, fast cars, zombies and starships, but Pacific Rim literally has the 'biggest' stars this season.
As you can see, this Summer L.A. has been invaded by these gigantic mech suits and their Godzilla-like adversaries.
And it's a good thing that these billboard creatives do feature monsters as well as huge robots, otherwise they run the risk of looking a lot like previous Transformers movie billboard ad campaigns, which we've all seen before.
It's only fitting that this blockbuster movie has its own super-sized billboards along Beverly Boulevard, Sunset Boulevard and towering over Sunset & Vine in Hollywood.
The special extension billboard was spied along La Brea Avenue, whilst the other landscape creatives were spotted along Sunset Boulevard, Cahuenga Boulevard and Melrose Avenue (and more besides) from June 8 though to June 21, 2013.
Only time will tell whether Guillermo del Toro's Pacific Rim will it be a monster smash, or monstrous mess?