Today in Movie Culture: Avengers Formal Wear, Wes Anderson's 'X-Men' and More

Today in Movie Culture: Avengers Formal Wear, Wes Anderson's 'X-Men' and More

Mar 04, 2015

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

 

What do The Avengers wear to the office when they're not saving the world? Maybe the special suit-and-tie sets, such as Thor's seen below, designed by Zi Wei Tan. See the rest of the heroes' digs at Behance.

 

The latest Wes Anderson parody imagines the filmmaker taking on the X-Men franchise:

 

Whether or not this is official concept art, the below image of Battle Cat from Masters of the Universe tweeted by producer DeVon Franklin is still pretty cool (via Live for Films):

 

The below idea for an easy homemade R2-D2 masquerade costume comes courtesy of an extensive infographic filled with some more normal-looking getups and even some less normal-looking ones. See the whole thing at Visual.ly.

 

This video essay edited by Jop Leuven shows us how David Fincher uses repetition in Gone Girl (via The Playlist):

 

Here's a poster by artist Scott Park of all the vehicles of the Back to the Future trilogy in order of appearance (via Geek Tyrant): 

 

Jean-Claude Van Damme gets a split-tastic new action figure from Hot Toys (via Topless Robot):

 

This Press Play video essay shows how influential Ingmar Bergman's Persona has been on movies of the past 50 years as well as what informed the 1966 film itself.

 

Apparently I'm not the only with an appreciation for Halloween III: Season of the Witch. The below poster is part of grand series by artist Matt Ryan Tobin. See many more at Geek Tyrant.

 

This week marks the 75th anniversary of the debut of Elmer Fudd (under that name) in the Looney Tunes short Elmer's Candid Camera. Watch it below.

 

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