Sure thing, here's what I have so far...
For the display I used a 1.5" lcd with composite video out.
Raspberry Pi Model B (version 1). Version 1 has composite rca jack video out. The newer version 2 doesn't have an rca jack.
RPiLooper is what loops the video.
The video I made using clips from the movie. I ripped scenes that are represented on the playfield and/or game mode.
For the frame I cut out a piece or acrylic to fit on the LCD. The graphic I made in Photoshop, printed on adhesive label paper, then covered with laminate for durability. I also hit is with a little matte spray to tone down he glossiness of the laminate. I used hot glue to adhere the frame.
Also, thank you to Toyotaboy. I saw how did a similar Raspberry Pi set up in his Freddy pin and he answered some questions I had about it.
I put the Raspberry Pi in the cabinet, to the left of the coin box. For power, I tapped into an unused plug for a printer option. I was able to get +5v for the Rasp Pi and +12v for the LCD display