Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese! The 80s and bankers! Kanye and trailers! The Wolf Of Wall Streetteaser is a combination of many fine things. But above all else, it as absolutely cram-packed with giffable Leo moments. I present to you the Leo DiCaprio Wolf Of Wall Street Gif Wall. Don't let history forget this moment.
It is with no exaggeration when I say that this interview might be the peak of my professional career as a sometime two-bit blogger. It probably even beats that time I wrote a feature making fun of Mark Wahlberg's face.
I've spent the last two years obsessively dodging any and all promotions of Man Of Steel, purely so I could see a blockbuster untainted by trailers, posters and news stories. Now, having seen - and enjoyed - Man Of Steel - I ask the question: what have I learned? How have I grown? And why did I start doing this again? Here are my findings.
I stumbled upon this amazingly awkward intro for 1970s sci-fi show Future Cop, after discovering the main guy - an actor named Michael Shannon - had played 'President's Aide' in Superman II and was trying to turn that into a feature. But this is much better. By which I mean much worse.
"Hi! I'm actress Melissa McCarthy! You may remember me from Bridesmaids, or recent US hit Identity Thief! I'm here to tell you all about a new weight loss programme called The Shitty Photoshop Diet! It couldn't be easier!"
You've all seen a motion poster before, right? Newfangled marketing thing that isn't quite a poster, isn't quite a trailer, yet shimmies and you look at it for a bit? I know, they perplex me too. Nethertheless it got me thinking: what if older movies were given the motion poster treatment? So many questions - well, one question really - and here's the answer: our exclusive gallery of motion posters for films that don't already have them.