Today in Movie Culture: Alternate 'Beauty and the Beast' Endings, Animated 'Logan' Parody and More

Today in Movie Culture: Alternate 'Beauty and the Beast' Endings, Animated 'Logan' Parody and More

Mar 14, 2017

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

 

Alternate Ending of the Day:

With the Beauty and the Beast remake arriving in theaters this week, here are some logical ways the animated original should have ended:

 

Movie Takedown of the Day:

Meanwhile, Honest Trailers revisits the animated version of Beauty and the Beast with claws out:

 

Movie Parody of the Day:

Wolverine has a drinking problem in this animated spoof of Logan focusing on scenes from the trailer:

 

Movie Quote Readings of the Day:

The Muppets from Sesame Street read the most iconic movie quotes of all time, from Frankenstein to The Help:

 

Vintage Image of the Day:

Jamie Bell, who turns 31 today, waits for Stephen Daldry to call for action on the set of Billy Elliot at age 13 in 1999:

 

Filmmaker in Focus:

For Fandor Keyframe in honor of SXSW, Jacob T. Swinney takes a look at the current reputation of Terrence Malick:

 

Screenwriting Lesson of the Day:

The new Lessons from the Screenplay focuses on how Quentin Tarantino writes such suspenseful scenes in Inglorious Basterds:

 

Alternate Poster of the Day:

This year's Best Picture, Moonlight, inspired this beautiful alternate poster by Edgar Ascensao:

 

Supercut of the Day:

God vs. Satan is the subject of this supercut mashup of movie portrayals of those extreme Supreme beings (via Film School Rejects): 

 

Classic Trailer of the Day:

Today is the 50th anniversary of the Italian release of Camelot. Watch the original American trailer for the classic musical below.

 

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