Today in Movie Culture: 'Rogue One' Meets 'Mission: Impossible,' Fake 'Unfriended' Deleted Scene and More

Today in Movie Culture: 'Rogue One' Meets 'Mission: Impossible,' Fake 'Unfriended' Deleted Scene and More

Apr 14, 2016

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

 

Mashup Trailer of the Day:

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story sounds like Mission: Impossible in space, so obviously someone did the trailer mashup for that:

 

Mashup Poster of the Day:

If you love both Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Sicario, you might want a poster for the former that looks like this (via Live for Films):

 

Supercut of the Day:

Burger Fiction follows their video of before the kill one-liners with this list of the 100 greatest after the kill one-liners. Plenty of Arnold Schwarzenegger in this one, too:

 

Vintage Image of the Day:

Anthony Michael Hall, who was born on this day in 1968, with Molly Ringwald and a puppy during a break from filming The Breakfast Club:

 

Fake Deleted Scene of the Day:

This fake deleted scene from Unfriended should really be in the movie since it's the most realistic way people mess with each other on the Internet (via Geek Tyrant):

 

Fan-Made Poster of the Day:

Thanks to Pee-wee Herman himself for tweeting the below fan art inspired by Pee-wee's Big Holiday:

 

Movie Science of the Day:

How is the blood of the Xenomorphs in the Alien movies so acidic? Kyle Hill of Because Science explains:

 

Film History of the Day:

For the Tribeca Film Festival, Jacob T. Swinney gives spotlights 100 years/100 shots, as in the best shot per year for a whole century of cinema:

 

Video Essay of the Day:

For Mubi, A. Martin & C. Álvarez López look at the "intervals (or distances) between people, things, and the camera" in John Cassavetes's Gloria. Click on the image below to watch the video.

 

Classic Trailer of the Day:

This weekend marks the 20th annivesary of Jean-Pierre Jeunet's Delicatessen. Watch the original trailer for the French film below.

 

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