Today in Movie Culture: 'Batman v Superman' in 1949, Darth Vader Kill Count and More

Today in Movie Culture: 'Batman v Superman' in 1949, Darth Vader Kill Count and More

Oct 19, 2015

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


Alternate Dimension Movie of the Day:

Vulture shows us what Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice would have looked like in 1949:


Sweded Movie of the Day:

Given the ridiculous amount of money Jurassic World made, maybe this low-budget version would have still made at least $100 million (via Devour):


Antique Movie of the Day:

In honor of this week's Back to the Future celebration, here's a look at what the teens of 2015 think of the 2015 of Back to the Future Part II:


Actor in the Spotlight:

See just how expressive George Clooney is without the need for any dialogue in this supercut of his facial performances:


Vintage Image of the Day:

Kevin Costner, in costume, sets up a shot for Dances With Wolves, which had its world premiere 25 years ago today in Washington, D.C. 


Movie Studio of the Day:

In honor of their 92nd birthday, Walt DIsney Studios released this supercut of Disney Animation in 92 seconds (via Jack Morrissey):


Supercut of the Day:

Speaking of Disney animation, here's a supercut of 20 years of friendship in Pixar movies, promoting The Good Dinosaur (via Screen Crush):


Mass Murderer of the Day:

This Darth Vader kill count shows he's not much of a murderer, at least not since he was just plain old Anakin Skywalker in the Star Wars prequels:


Star Wars of the Day:

Speaking of Star Wars villains, one fan makes the case that Jabba the Hutt is actually a good guy (via Geek Tyrant):


Classic Trailer of the Day:

As Kevin Smith reminded us, today is the 21st anniversary of the theatrical release of Clerks (he says it can drink now). Watch the original trailer for the breakout indie film below.



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