Most of the posters in this gallery were made by Craig Lyons, a graphic designer from Bourne in Lincolnshire. He says: "I have always loved Lego and have a huge collection. I mainly collect the mini-figures, but have amassed 10,000's of pieces in my collection.
He says the hardest one to do was Reservoir Dogs: "as the figures had to be photographed separately, and all the shadows were tricky to do".
You can see more of Craig's Lego creations at his Flickr site
Craig is not alone in recreating movie posters in Lego. Here are a few more posted on Flickr. This Forrest Gump poster was created by Marcin ImpreSariO...
Confidence : “The International Space Station is going to be expanded, and the crew increased from three to six, so that is also a possibility.”
Tim, of Salisbury, Wilts, got his Army Air Corps wings in 1994, becoming a test pilot and helicopter reconnaissance pilot.
He added: “Over my career I’ve flown more than 30 different types of aircraft. I’ve had engines fail, rotor control problems and all sorts of emergencies, but this has given me the confidence to react calmly — which is useful in this career.”
Tim, who has a baby son with wife Rebecca, was one of 8,500 applicants for the space programme. Just six made it through after months of medicals, exams and tests.
ASTRONAUTS aboard the International Space Station yesterday toasted a scientific breakthrough . . . with drinking water produced from their recycled WEE.
A new system collects the crew’s urine from the toilet and moves it to a huge tank where it is boiled.
Water vapour is collected, mixed with SWEAT collected from condensation in the air, then filtered ready for drinking.
The three-man crew raised their drinking bags and congratulated Nasa engineers who worked on the money-saving system, which will help provide water for outposts on the moon and Mars. US astronaut Michael Barratt said: “The taste is great."
But Dr Rob Carson knew he didn't have the right tools to deal with the emergency.
Unless you count that drill in the hospital maintenance cupboard, of course.
With Nicholas Rossi's life hanging in the balance, this was a time for desperate measures.
Grin and bare it ... the publicity stunt saw around 300 bikini-clad women parade down The Strip.
Measure up ... women were asked to send in a photo along with their hip, waist and bust measurements, before participation could be approved.
Star assets ... the record attempt was hosted by Girl of the Playboy Mansion star Holly Madison.
More talent ... and the girls just kept on coming.
Show stopper ... the event also featured a catwalk show of bathing suits from the fifties to the present day.
Helping hand ... Guinness World Record adjudication executive Danny Girton Jr was on hand to make sure everything went smoothly.
Perk-up ... even the famous showgirls haven't been able to help the flagging city, which has failed to attract visitors due to the economic downturn.
Sign of the times ... the occasion marked the 50th anniversary of the building iconic "Welcome to Las Vegas" neon sign.