Today in Movie Culture: 'The Revenant' Video Game, Scarlett Johasson's 'Hail, Caesar!' Inspiration and More

Today in Movie Culture: 'The Revenant' Video Game, Scarlett Johasson's 'Hail, Caesar!' Inspiration and More

Feb 03, 2016

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


Fake Video Game of the Day:

One Perfect Shot shows us that The Revenant could easily be turned into a video game:


Alternative Movie Poster of the Day:

Speaking of The Revenant, artist Matt Needle made a bunch of clever, relatively minimalist posters for Oscar-nominated movies. See more at Live for Films


Cosplay of the Day:

Of course Jedi Belle of this mashup Disney Princesses and Star Wars cosplay has a candelabra-inspired lightsaber (via Fashionably Geek):


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Movie Comparison of the Day:

Couch Tomato shows us 24 reasons why Cinderella and Coming to America are the same movie:


Vintage Image of the Day:

Esther Williams in Million Dollar Mermaid, the inspiration for Scarlett Johansson's character in Hail, Caesar!:


Shooting Location of the Day:

In tribute to L.A.'s Sixth Street Bridge, which will be demolished this week, Vashi Nedomansky compiled clips of its appearnce in movies, including Grease, The Dark Knight Rises and Drive (via Cinematica Montage Creators):


Movie Art of the Day:

This drawing inspired by a scene from Stand By Me is pretty cool until you find out it's part of a Scratch and Sniff book devoted to classic food-related movie moments. See more at Toyland.


Supercut of the Day:

Are there too many Mexican standoffs in movies? See for yourself with this supercut from Burger Fiction:


Movie Prop Exhibit of the Day:

At the Bavaria Filmstadt in Germany, a prop of Falkor from The Neverending Story is on exhibit and you can pretend to ride it (via Geek Tyrant):


Classic Clip of the Day:

Today is the 40th anniversary of the cult classic animated feature The Point. In lieu of a trailer, watch a clip featuring one of Harry Nilsson's songs for the film:




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