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In the 3D version, this is windowboxed, with the growing fauna spilling out onto the blank areas of the screen, giving the impression that the screen is a window to Underland.
Can be seen here. Closing credits of Married to the Mob show various non-hilarious outtakes. These literal Walls of Text were arranged by Title Sequence master Saul Basswho celebrated his engagement to Elaine Makatura by drawing their initials together. Which in the case of the latter made for an amusing contrast between Hayden Panettiere and Paul Rust.
The credits for Enchanted featured animated silhouettes with a "woodblock printed paper" background. Dreamgirls not only had clips from the movie but sketches of the costumes and sets for their respective credits. The second one plays various scenes during the credits. Art of the Title did an interview with Danny Yount about the sequence here.
StokerCherry FallsBird on a Wire and Sticky Fingers have the credits scrolling down as well, but the last named also has them tilting left and right as they scroll before finally tipping over and falling out of frame at the end! Big Money Hustlas has the closing credits play over a gunfight that happens in a funeral, with unexpected revivals of people who died!
Big Money Rustlas has a similar ending, this time set in a saloon. Some consider the ending credits for Robin Hood with Russell Crowe the best part of the entire film— not because the film was terrible, but because the credits are so awesome.
It plays while the credits zoom in and out of blueprint-style graphics showing the schematics for the Iron Man armor and other devices from the film.
The end credits for Captain America: The First Avenger are set against various s propaganda posters, befitting the tone of the movie.
The Dark World has credits that show oil paintings of stills from the film, highlighted by only one vibrant color. For instance, most of the stills featuring Thor only have his red cape colored, while shots with Loki have green. The Winter Soldier does its credits in a traditional, spy-thriller graphics montage, reflecting the tone of the movie.
Age of Ultron has the credits pan by a statue of the Avengers battling Ultron bots.
Once it gets to the actors, the names of the ones playing the Avengers and Ultron are used in a Video Credits -like manner. Ant-Man has animated graphics that go from an Astronomic Zoom to the subatomic scale.
Civil War has a mix of light and shadow forming the symbols of different characters on a cracked granite surface, representing the division between the heroes.
Doctor Strange has kaleidoscopic graphics full of mandalas and other spiritual symbols. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. And all the characters dancing.
Broken up with five stingers. Ragnarok features several Kirby-esque silhouettes of characters and key scenes from the film. The end credits do not have any amazing art or animation per the norm for other MCU films: Ant-Man and the Wasp has key scenes of the movie set up like dioramas to pay tribute to the "miniature" aspect of the characters.
The Matrix film series had the credits appearing from a line of Matrix code running horizontally across the screen, leaving the credit line s. The only names to not get shot are those of the actors that played characters that survive, or of the backstage staff.
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader recaps the film using the original book illustrations by Pauline Baynes. Superman III and Supergirl had most of their closing credits coming towards the camera in a staircase manner.
The German comedy MenAs you start writing on a proposal, your brain creates and corrects.
In practice, this means you first think of a concept, then you write a sentence, review it and keep on writing. A gentleman by the name of Max wrote a blog post commenting on one of my own. (Thank you Max, by the way. It was a great article!) At the end of the article he mentioned something I’ve heard come up lately and people have asked my opinion on it.
National TV Reviews & News Stories and opinions on TV's passing parade of shows and stars †. Stop Making Sense was the first feature-length documentary effort of filmmaker Jonathan Demme.
The director's subject is The Talking Heads, a new-wave/pop-rock group comprised of David Byrne.
A Day of leslutinsduphoenix.com Gandhi once said, “The power to question is the basis of all human progress.” Embrace that power by spending a full day or week coming up with questions connected to everyone and everything around you.
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