“Young Frankenstein” premiered in the U.S. on Dec. 15, 1974, and it was distributed by 20th Century Fox Film. Below is some poster concept art from the film, as well as the official one-sheet that was released. Poster concept art makes up a small percentage of the publicity collection, but it is always visually stunning
The film “Taps,” produced and distributed by 20th Century Fox Film, was released in December 1981 and went on to gross nearly $36 million domestically. The drama about a group of military cadets fighting to protect their academy from real estate developers starred George C. Scott, Timothy Hutton, Tom Cruise, Sean Penn and Ronny Cox,
William Shakespeare’s classic play was modernized when the film “Romeo + Juliet” hit theaters on Nov. 1, 1996. Produced and distributed by 20th Century Fox Film, the drama/romance starred Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes as the title characters and was directed by Baz Luhrmann. It debuted at No. 1 and went on to gross more
The Caped Crusader made his feature film debut 50 years ago in “Batman,” produced and distributed by 20th Century Fox Film. The superhero movie was released on July 30, 1966, in Austin, Texas. Here are the original publicity posters, including those for French, German and British audiences: The one-sheet poster for “Batman” in the U.S.
The 2001 sci-fi action movie “Planet of the Apes,” produced and distributed by 20th Century Fox Film, was adapted from the 1968 classic of the same name. It was released in U.S. theaters on July 27, 2001, and went on to finish as one of the top 10 worldwide grossing movies of the year. The plot centers
“Independence Day” conquered theaters around the globe in 1996, finishing the year as the top worldwide grossing movie with an $817.4 million haul, despite lukewarm reviews. Thus, a film franchise was born. The legacy of the action-adventure sci-fi blockbuster, produced and distributed by 20th Century Fox Film and released in U.S. theaters on July 3,
“The Omen,” produced and distributed by 20th Century Fox Film, was the first in the horror movie series. It was released in U.S. theaters on June 25, 1976. Here’s the original publicity poster for the film, as well as the trailer: “When Kathy Thorn (Lee Remick) gives birth to a stillborn baby, her husband Robert