Today in Movie Culture: Fan-Made 'Nightwing' Trailer, Spotlight on Daniel Day-Lewis and More

Today in Movie Culture: Fan-Made 'Nightwing' Trailer, Spotlight on Daniel Day-Lewis and More

Jan 16, 2018

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

 

Dream Movie of the Day:

What if Joseph Gordon-Levitt had starred in a Nightwing movie spun off from Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy? This fan-made trailer by fan-made trailer by Stryder HD imagines the missed opportunity:

 

Remade Scene of the Day:

There was one thing missing from the climactic battle scene in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, so here are some kids with an extended re-ceation (via Rian Johnson):

 

Cosplay of the Day:

Speaking of The Last Jedi, here's a funny but cheap and efficient and sufficient way to cosplay as one of Snoke's Elite Praetorian Guards:

 

 

Cover Song of the Day:

Watch a very clever fan perform the Star Wars "Cantina Song" on a Rubik's Cube as he's quickly solving it (via Geekologie):

 

Truthful Marketing of the Day:

The latest Honest Trailer tackles the phenomenal critical and box office hit Stephen King adaptation It and reveals it to be very far from perfect:

 

Vintage Image of the Day:

John Carpenter, who turns 70 today, sits back on the set of his 1986 cult classic Big Trouble in Little China:

 

Actor in the Spotlight:

In honor of the widening release of Phantom Thread, No Small Parts showcases the career of Daniel Day-Lewis:

 

Movie Influences of the Day:

With I, Tonya and other biopics in theaters this time of year, here's a look at movies based on true stories side by side with actual footage of the real-life subjects:

 

Fan Theory of the Day:

More than 20 years later, we still don't know what's in the briefcase in Pulp Fiction, so here's Metaflix with a look at the still most popular theory (via /Film):

 

Classic Trailer of the Day:

Today is the 20th anniversary of the theatrical release of Half Baked. Watch the original trailer for the classic comedy below. 

 

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