Today in Movie Culture: 'Zootopia' Gets Political, Tom Hanks Crashes a Wedding Party and More

Today in Movie Culture: 'Zootopia' Gets Political, Tom Hanks Crashes a Wedding Party and More

Sep 26, 2016

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


Political Party of the Day: 

As in political-themed get-together, there's a Zootopia-themed viewing party for tonight's presidential debate, and this invite has turned the Republican and Democrat animal icons into characters you'd find in the hit Disney movie (via THR):


Movie Food of the Day:

Speaking of Disney, in honor of National Pancake Day, here are some exquisite flapjacks inspired by The Little Mermaid, which are almost too beautiful to eat:


Wedding Photos of the Day: 

Tom Hanks photobombed a lucky newlywed couple's wedding photo shoot in NYC's Central Park over the weekend:


Actor in the Spotlight:

Speaking of Tom Hanks, Burger Fiction highlights his career in this video on his evolution in TV and movies:


Opening Shot of the Day:

Darren of Must See Films looks at the opening shot of Boogie Nights in this video essay on the economy of storytelling: 


Vintage Image of the Day:

Olivia Newton-John, whose birthday is today, kicks it to John Travolta on the set of Grease in 1977:


Movie Comparisons of the Day: 

Candice Drouet has made another video showcasing similar shots in classic movies, such as Persona and Mulholland Drive, side by side: 


Reworked Trailer of the Day:

The Boy Who Could Fly, which was released 30 years ago today, is sold as a thriller in this recut trailer: 


Alternate Movie Poster of the Day:

Some of the prints of this excellent poster for The Fly by artist Matt Ryan Tobin glow in the dark (via Geek Tyrant): 


Classic Trailer of the Day:

Today is the 30th anniversary of the release of "Crocodile" Dundee. Watch the original trailer for the fish out of water comedy below. 




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