Today in Movie Culture: 'Jurassic World' Without the VFX, How to Keep 'Star Wars' From Bombing and More

Today in Movie Culture: 'Jurassic World' Without the VFX, How to Keep 'Star Wars' From Bombing and More

Jun 20, 2018

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


Alternate Ending of the Day:

Not an alternate plot but an alternate view of how the ending of Jurassic World went down, here's the climax of the movie without any special effects:


Movie Food of the Day:

Celebrate the release of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom by making a dino cobb salad care of Nerdist Noms:


Franchise Fix of the Day:

This silly but logical video proposes that Disney avoid having a Star Wars movie bomb at the box office by targeting just the fanbase and charging a lot more for tickets:


Fan Art of the Day:

A Reddit user paid homage to the new Wonder Woman 1984 image with a 1990s version for Captain Marvel (via Heroic Hollywood): 

Wonder CaptainMarvel 90's from r/marvelstudios


Fan Theory of the Day:

That Film Theory explores the idea that Harry Potter was bred as a weapon by Professor Dumbledore:


Vintage Image of the Day:

Robert Rodriguez, who turns 60 today, directs Carlos Gallardo for a scene in his breakout feature debut, El Mariachi, in 1991:


Filmmaker in Focus:

Fandor highlights the use of color in the movies of Xavier Dolan, including Heartbeats and Mommy


Actor in the Spotlight:

In the latest edition of IMDb's No Small Parts, Brandon Hardesty showcases the movie and TV work of Noel Clarke:


Cosplay of the Day: 

This is already some killer Predator cosplay but then you add the custom Alien Xenomorph motorcycle and it's over-the-top awesome (via Geekologie):


Classic Trailer of the Day:

Today is the 15th anniversary of the release of Ang Lee's Hulk. Watch the original trailer for the classic comic book movie below. 



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