Today in Movie Culture: 2017 Summer Movie Supercut, Honest 'Fifty Shades Darker' Trailer and More

Today in Movie Culture: 2017 Summer Movie Supercut, Honest 'Fifty Shades Darker' Trailer and More

May 09, 2017

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:


Summer Movie Preview of the Day:

We've just entered the summer movie season, so get excited with this supercut of this year's hottest blockbusters:


Behind the Scenes Video of the Day:

With just over a week until the release of Alien: Covenant, here's a look at the prequel being filmed, plus outttakes:


Video Essay of the Day:

Speaking of Alien, this new video essay from The Discarded Image explores how Ridley Scott builds terror in the original movie:


Filmmaker Tribute of the Day:

Gallery1988 is doing an art show in tribute to the works of Stephen King, and this piece featuring various King book/movie characters is included. See more at /Film.


Alternate Opening of the Day:

If you don't care for The Lion King because of the songs, here's a more natural version of the opening to the Disney animated classic (via Geekologie):


Vintage Image of the Day:

James L. Brooks, who turns 77 today, directs William Hurt on the set of Broadcast News in 1987:


Movie Takedown of the Day:

Honest Trailers beats Fifty Shades Darker into submission, complete with a parody of "Crazy in Love":


Cosplay of the Day:

Who's ready for Wonder Woman to come out already? This woman, for sure, and we can bet she'll be in this costume on opening night (via Fashionably Geek):


#ww outfit by @thejefx Photo by @g28646 ????????Cape by @worblacrafts

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Influencers of the Day:

In the third part of Vugar Efendi's Film Meets Art series of videos, he highlights influences on The RevenantMad Max: Fury RoadChildren of MenMoonlight and more:


Classic Trailer of the Day:

Today is the 20th anniversary of Ivan Reitman's Father's Day starring Robin Williams and Billy Crystal. Watch the original trailer for the classic comedy below.




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