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A selection of fine AI Cinema-stills (3)
Starring Pong, Clockwork Orange, Hellraiser, Metropolis, Rambo, Rick and Morty and 2001 directed by everyone.
Here’s more AI cinema from the Midjourney FB-Group, the Twitter-Hashtag and the Subreddit. This is the third part in a series, here’s more AI cinema in this Newsletter: If Jodorowsky directed TRON, AI Cinema gonna be wild, A selection of fine AI Cinema-stills (1) and A selection of fine AI Cinema-stills (2)
I’ll stop this now because it’s futile. Maybe i’ll add a favorite-image-synthesis section to my link posts because i just want to show stuff like David Bowie in space from time to time. Enjoy Pong the movie, Clockwork Orange in the Tron-Universe, Hellraiser by Fritz Lang, Mad Max by Tim Burton and Alfred Hitchcocks Rear Window 2. Incredible stuff.
1977's Pong was a box-office flop marred by its slow pace, over-written dialogue, bad acting, gaping plot holes and very little action. As film critic Andrew Johnson wrote, "It makes absolutely zero sense!"
In 1919, 8 years before Metropolis, Fritz Lang started an horror movie called "Höllenhund". Unfortunately the reels were lost in the studio fire.
"In the late 1970s, Stanley Kubrick began development of an adaptation of Brian Aldiss' short story 'Super-Toys Last All Summer Long'"
"I first saw the science fiction horror movie NOTRE DAME DE LA MEMOIRE (1962) by Victor Hugo when I was 11 years old. I couldn't sleep for days."
"You thought Tim Burton made up the entire Mars Attacks script based on the 1962 Mars Attacks Topps cards? Think again! The cards were actually based on the 1954 original Mars Attacks movie. Digging through old film archives in a dilapidated building in the LA Arts District I unearthed a sealed wooden box containing concept art, film stills, set photos and movie posters."
"Director Steven Spielberg and Producer George Lucas Present: DISNEY'S THE HAUNTED MANSION"
"A modern live action version inspired by the 1973 French animated film 'Fantastic Planet' directed by René Laloux"