CATEGORIES Movie NewsIf you aren't excited enough for the 84th annual Academy Awards ceremony later this month, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has quite a treat for you: between now and the telecast, AMPAS will release 84 banners as part of the "Celebrate the Movies" exhibition, which appears on digital billboards around Los Angeles and in New York's Times Square.
Per AMPAS, the eight-decade retrospective will begin with the 1935 film "Bride of Frankenstein" and conclude with "Avatar." (See you next year, "The King's Speech"!)
Check out the two exclusive banners for "Annie Hall" and "Raging Bull" in the gallery below, as well as many more recently released favorites. For more, head over to the Academy Awards website.