Today in Movie Culture: Honest 'Iron Man' Trailer, 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' Video Game and More

Today in Movie Culture: Honest 'Iron Man' Trailer, 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' Video Game and More

Jul 07, 2015

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

 

Movie Take-Down of the Day:

It's Comic-Con week, and we're getting a new Marvel Cinematic Universe movie this month (Ant-Man), so Honest Trailers rips open the first Iron Man and the expanded franchise it started:

 

Fan Build of the Day:

In honor of the 30th anniversary of Back to the Future, learn how to make a Delorean time machine replica made out of cans of Marty McFly's favorite soda (via ShortList):


Fan Art of the Day:

Rocky Davies made another of his awesome '80s villain t-shirts, this time in honor of Terminator Genisys (via Popped Culture):

 

Supercut of the Day: 

As the caption to this supercut of great opening shots says, first impressions last. Thanks to Casper Christensen for compiling this one (via Geek Tyrant).

 

Vintage Image of the Day:

Flike in Umberto D., 1952. In honor of Vittorio De Sica's 114th birthday, give an adorable dog some money.

 

Movie-Inspired Video Game of the Day:

NYU students have developed a secret agent game inspired by Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel. Below is a demo, but you can also play it yourself (via Design Taxi).

 

Movie Theory of the Day:

According to J. Matthew Turner, Mortal Kombat is an unofficial remake of Enter the Dragon. See the proof:

 

Cosplay of the Day:

It's great to see people still love Coraline, enough to obscure their eyesight as they walk around a convention center or in a parade (via KamiKame):

 

Filmmaker in Focus:

Michael Mann gets a well-edited supercut tribute by Alexandre Gasulla, who calls the director a "poet of gangsters and urban night" (via Montage Creators):

 

Classic Trailer of the Day:

Tomorrow is the 10th anniversary of the opening of the first Fantastic Four movie. Watch the original trailer for the comic book adaptation and remember when it was supposed to arrive in time for the Fourth:

 

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