Today in Movie Culture: 'Inside Out' Emotions In Other Movies, 1950s Version of 'Ant-Man' and More

Today in Movie Culture: 'Inside Out' Emotions In Other Movies, 1950s Version of 'Ant-Man' and More

Jul 06, 2015

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

 

Movie Trailer Redo of the Day:

In case you didn't already get the connection between Inside Out and Inception, this trailer for the former with the music from the latter will bring you up to speed (via Film School Rejects):

 

Movie Mash-Ups of the Day:

Speaking of Inside Out, what if we could see other movie characters' emotions, a la the new Pixar movie? Slate gives us examples for Kindergarten Cop, Network and Shaun of the Dead:

 

Time-Travel Movie Franchise Clarity of the Day:

Make more sense out of the Terminator movies before or after watching Terminator Genisys with this handy detailed diagram of the franchise's plot and timelines using straws. Click on the image to see it all large and up close at Slate.

 

Movie Retro-fication of the Day:

Vulture shows us what Ant-Man would look like had it been made in the 1950s, mashing-up color-drained clips from the Marvel movie with oldies like The Incredible Shrinking Man (via Geek Tyrant):

 

Star Wars Cosplay of the Day:

With a new Star Wars movie presenting at Comic-Con this weekend, we might as well look at some Star Wars cosplay, specifically an amazing female Sith by MissSinister (via Fashionably Geek):

 

Movie Poster Alternate of the Day:

Some movie postes are so iconic and well-designed that they're not only recognizable but worth hanging on your wall without the title or main imagery on them. Here's one for Jaws, and you can find more like this at The Film Stage blog.

 

Supercut of the Day:

Feel the good vibrations of the editing of this supercut of Mark Wahlberg movies:

 

Fan Art of the Day:

Every time I think the fan art inspired by Mad Max: Fury Road can't get any better, something like this Muppet mash-up by Justin Ponsor comes along (via Kristen Howard):

 

Medium Mash-Up Fan Art of the Day:

You don't get more highbrow in your silly fan art mash-up stuff than combining classic art with Criterion Collection Blu-rays for classic foreign films. Below, Michelangelo Antonioni's L'Avventura meets Frederick Morgan's "The Proposal." See more of Eisen Bernard's collages at Indiewire.

 

Classic Cartoon of the Day:

Dave and Max Fleischer's The Clown's Little Brother, an installment of their Out of the Inkwell series of animation and live-action hybrids starring Koko the Clown, turns 95 today. Watch it in full below:

 

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