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11 Famous Movie Posters Recreated With 'Star Wars' Toys

Star Wars action figures have been around since 1978 and some are worth over $6000. But most of the collectors just stick them in a display box. David Eger found a far better use  for them by recreating famous photos and movie posters.

He's famous for his 365 Days of Clones, especially my Cloned Photos mini-series, and his attention to detail is striking.These posters are from his series "52 Weeks of Star Wars."

From gangsters to prostitutes, these are my favorite movie posters recreated using Star Wars toys...I mean "action figures."

Grease
11 a takeoff of 300
The Imperialist Network a take-off of The Social Network
Smuggler 2 a takeoff of Terminator 2
Back to the Cantina II a takeoff of Back to the Future II
Goodhunters a takeoff of Goodfellas
The Godfather
Our only Hope a takeoff of Forrest Gump
Princess Leia a takeoff of Pretty Woman
Rebel Alliance a takeoff of Reservoir Dogs
Darth Vader a takeoff of Scarface

Aren't they awesome?

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Which is your favorite movie poster? is there one he should do?
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15 comments:

  1. Some of those are pretty good. I think they could do some classic ones like "The Wizard of Oz" or "Casablanca" pretty easily.

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  2. Alex J. CavanaughJuly 5, 2012 at 7:26 AM

    Smuggler 2 is great!

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  3. Wizard of Oz would be sweet Pat. Who could he use as the cowardly lion?

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  4. Alex, that one is the most complicated of them I think.

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  5. Chewbacca would make the most sense since he's the hairiest. Leia would obviously be Dorothy. C-3PO would make sense as the Tin Man. The question then would be whether to use Luke or Han as the Scarecrow. Yoda for the wizard, Obi-Wan for the good witch, the Emperor as the Wicked Witch, and Vader as the flying monkey. Those aren't perfect fits really.

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  6. jeremy [retro-zombie]July 5, 2012 at 1:48 PM

    good times... i laughed and now i have an excuses to play with my toys again

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  7. Those are WAY awesome! Laughed for five minutes! It would be fun to see him do the really popular mainstream ones like Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, or Titanic! :D

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  8. Recreate famous rock concerts Jeremy!

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  9. Leisel, who knows. He's still got a bunch of weeks to go!

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  10. They are Golden Eagle! You should check out the rest of his work.

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  11. Goodhunters is my fav. Cool stuff.

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  12. Tom, that one has a lot of attitude.

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  13. Hehe, this is so cool. I must admit this artwork is impressive. Looking at these posters is making my trekkie trigger fingers itchy but I will good and resist.

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  14. Oh awesome, I like to see these kind of star war toys, thanks for post dude. The Princess Leia a takeoff of Pretty Woman is one I liked the most.

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