Today in Movie Culture: Christie Brinkley's 'Vacation' Self-Parody, the Books of Wes Anderson Movies and More

Today in Movie Culture: Christie Brinkley's 'Vacation' Self-Parody, the Books of Wes Anderson Movies and More

Jul 08, 2015

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


Movie Redo of the Day:

In honor of another Terminator sequel being in theaters, CineFix gave Terminator 2: Judgment Day an 8-bit remake:


Movie Props of the Day:

Wes Anderson's love for literature comes through in this supercut of all the fake books featured in his movies (via Devour):


Toys of the Day:

Jason Potato Head and Freddy Potato Head want to slice each other up into thinly sliced chips (via Topless Robot).


Star Wars Cosplay of the Day:

In the movies, Anakin was much younger when he met Amidala, but this reversal is pretty adorable (via KamiKame):


Movie-Inspired Car Commercial of the Day:

As if it's not enough we're getting an actual new Vacation movie this summer, here's a new Infiniti commercial starring Christie Brinkley poking fun at her role in the 1983 original:


Study of an Actor:

It's amazing Jim Carrey hasn't permanently crippled himself with all the falling down he's done, as seen in this supercut (via Geek Tyrant):


Professional Lithograph of the Day:

I can't call this fan art since it's by professional illustrator Mark Englert and part of a Comic-Con promo of Fox's 25th anniversary Blu-ray of Edward Scissorhands, but it's too beautiful not to share. Click on the image below to see it nice and big (via /Film).


Classic Cartoon of the Day:

Chuck Jones's Merrie Melodies short 8 Ball Bunny, starring Bugs Bunny and "a boid in a tuxedo," hit theaters on this day 65 years ago. Watch it in full:


Celebrity Good Deed of the Day:

Johnny Depp visited a children's hospital in costume as Captain Jack Sparrow from the Pirates of the Caribbean movies (via THR):





Classic Trailer of the Day:

Even 45 years ago, you could find the summer populated by sequels, like the one for In the Heat of the Night that premiered in New York on July 8, 1970. They titled it They Call Me Mister Tibbs, after a memorable line from the first movie, which is like titling Terminator 2 "I'll Be Back." Watch the original trailer for Tibbs below.


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