Animator James Strecker imagined what the upcoming superhero film Batman V. Superman might look if the movie was made in the style of the DC Animated Universe. So he played with the visual style and audio of DCAU TV shows and movies to remake the trailer.
I have a hearty respect for the crazily dedicated fans of 'Gunpla' - the intricately detailed Japanese model kits of the oodles of awesome Mobile Suits of the Gundam franchise. But this custom-made Gunpla model is so cool, I wish it had a series of its own.
Last year, YouTuber solyentbrak1 gave us a fake Batman/Superman trailer so outstanding, it actually convinced us Ben Affleck could pull off playing Batman. Now, solyentbrak1 is back with a fan-made trailer for Suicide Squad, and dammit if it's not giving us chills again.
We're excited about the line-up for the upcoming supervillain team-up movie Suicide Squad, and this fan-made trailer shows how the actors have already shown off shades of their characters in earlier performances. It mashes up movies, TV shows, and video games into a bit of Suicide Squad magic.
What happens when you ask hundreds of Star Wars fans to remake short segments of Episode V—with toys, animation, and amateur actors—and cut them together into a single film? You get The Empire Strikes Back Uncut, a sometimes silly, sometimes remarkable feature-length tribute to the film.
Duct tape, is there nothing you can't do? Maker Jacob LaRocca recreated the Firefly-class ship using loads and loads of the shiny silver stuff. See how he did it.
Someone has created an entirely silent 38 minute fan storyboard for an X-Men movie. To put it simply, this is art. And now we want you guys to help bring it across the finish line.
The fan-made web series Star Trek Continues is set immediately after the end of the original Star Trek series, following the Enterprise through the rest of its five-year mission. In this episode, the crew encounters a troubled Orion slave girl—but can they rescue her without causing an interstellar incident?
While we're waiting to see if José Padilha's RoboCop remake is a worthy successor to the original, the folks behind Our RoboCop Remake have beaten Padilha to the punch by releasing their entire feature-length, crowdsourced remake that lovingly spoofs each scene in Paul Verhoeven's film.
The trailer for the zombie survival game Dead Island was a grim and gory ad, showing the tail end of a vacation gone wrong in reverse. Now Machinima has posted a live-action rendition of the bloody heartbreak.
Ned's younger brother and Night's Watch ranger Benjen Stark takes center stage in this action-packed fan-made film. On a scouting mission north of the Wall, the ranger makes a terrifying discovery.
When deviantART user IkariyaManga and <s>her</s> his pal LauraC needed to make a Vanellope costume for a Wreck-It Ralph skit, they went all out, not just creating an incredible replica of Vanellope's Sugar Rush cart, but also making it wearable.
If you thought your high school was an asylum, you haven't seen the teenage madhouse that is Gotham High. This faux trailer mashes up bits of 10 Things I Hater About You, The Princess Diaries, Powder, and more into a clever imagining of a young Batman romantic comedy. And by the end of the trailer, a Gotham High TV…
YouTuber ferlessleedr is a LEGO store employee and a Portal fan, so he decided to merge his passions to create this incredible 2000-piece replica Portal gun, which he's brought to this week's CONvergence in Minneapolis. With changing orange and blue lights and LEGO Mindstorm-powered prongs, this may be the coolest …
Fanart doesn't just come in paper, ink, plastic, and clay. Sometimes it comes in the form of cross-stitch samplers, plush toys, applique crafts, or big-headed crochet dolls. Bear and Bird gallery's Sew Nerdy show highlights those fan artists who prefer to work with cloth, foam, batting, thread, and yarn.
On the list of superhero movies that need to get made is the late Dwayne McDuffie's Static Shock. Fortunately, a group of Static fans have brought Dakota City to life, creating the short film Static Shock: Blackout, about the early days after the Big Bang.
There's a whole side to Batman's origin story that Christopher Nolan never told us about. In the fan-made film Batman: False Start, we learn that mastering that classic "I am Batman" growl took plenty of practice — and at least one crimefighting mission gone fatally awry.