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23 Movie Posters Transformed Into Trippy Neon Animations

These should all be made in real life.

Michael Whaite, an animator from England, is getting a lot of attention for reimagining famous movie posters into neon sign GIFs. Once you see them, you'll wish more movies were advertised Whaite's way.

"I wanted to design an animated neon movie sign, just for fun," Whaite told MTV News, "and I thought 'Ghostbusters' [was] ideal subject matter -- all those glowing ghosts and proton streams. I uploaded the animation on Tumblr and the response was really positive, so I continued designing more."

Whaite's nifty GIFs have become so popular -- they constantly go viral on sites like Imgur -- that he designs them under the name Neonardo. A bar in Australia even made his very first neon animation, a Ghostbusters sign, a reality.

See 23 of Whaite's movie poster animations below.

  1. Ant-Man
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  2. "Teen Wolf"
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  3. Superman
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  4. "Strangers On A Train"
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  5. "Star Wars"
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  6. Spider-Pig from "The Simpsons Movie"
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  7. "The Shining"
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  8. "The Seven Year Itch"
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  9. "Psycho"
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  10. "Pee-Wee's Big Adventure"
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  11. "The Shining" (again)
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  12. "Jurassic Park"
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  13. "Little Shop of Horrors"
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  14. The Joker
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  15. "Jaws"
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  16. Iron Man
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  17. "Groundhog Day"
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  18. Gollum
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  19. "Ghostbusters"
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  20. Frankenstein
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  21. Beetlejuice
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  22. Batman and Robin
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  23. "Back to the Future"
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See more of Whaite's awesome neon art on his Tumblr page, Neonardo.