Today in Movie Culture: 'Jurassic World' Parodies, 'Alien' and 'Prometheus' Mega-Movie and More

Today in Movie Culture: 'Jurassic World' Parodies, 'Alien' and 'Prometheus' Mega-Movie and More

Jun 12, 2015

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


Supercut of the Day:

Prepare for the opening of Jurassic World with this refresher supercut of the past three Jurassic Park movies (via The Playlist):


Movie Parody of the Day:

The Jurassic World parody "Jurassic Dog Park" is kind of corny, but it's also populated with adorable children and dogs, so we can't resist it.


Fan Remake of the Day:

In 1993, some other kids made their own abridged version of Jurassic Park using the toys from the movie. Watch it here:


Fan Art of the Day:

Daniel Kamarudin re-imagined the Avengers as dark fantasy characters, the best of which is the below version of Hulk. See all the other heroes plus Ultron at Geekologie


Toy Time:

Speaking of Avengers: Age of Ultron, here's a fan-made custom Lego build of Iron Man in the Hulkbuster armor (via /Film):


Trailer Mix of the Day:

Jimmy Kimmel Live parodied the new trailer for the Matt Damon movie The Martian, providing a crass spotlight on one aspect of being alone with little to do:


Mash-Up of the Day:

Speaking of Ridley Scott sci-fi movies, someone cut Alien and Prometheus together to form a 150-minute black-and-white space epic titled "Derelict":


Cosplay of the Day: 

The latest trend in Japan is to turn your cat into a Totoro, inspired by the characters from Hayao Miyazaki's animated classic My Neighbor Totoro. See more at Bored Panda:


Study of an Actor:

In honor of this weekend's opening of The Wolfpack, here are the real-life subjects of the documentary re-creating Robert De Niro's best performances (via Thompson on Hollywood!):


Anniversary of the Day:

This weekend (Sunday to be exact) marks the 25th anniversary of the release of Dick Tracy, a very underrated movie that should have performed better at the time. Watch the original trailer below.


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