Today in Movie Culture: Hugh Jackman Says Bye to the Wolverine Beard and More

Today in Movie Culture: Hugh Jackman Says Bye to the Wolverine Beard and More

Aug 22, 2016

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


Grooming Video of the Day: 

Watch Hugh Jackman possibly shave off his Logan beard for the last time as Wolverine 3 wraps shooting (via Screen Crush): 


My wife is going to be very happy. #GoodbyeChops #thedebs

A video posted by Hugh Jackman (@thehughjackman) on


Custom Build of the Day:

In Star Wars: The Force Awakens, BB-8 had a memorable moment with a little torch. Now you can have memorable moments during cooler nights with a BB-8 fire pit that has a big eternal flame (via Geek Tyrant): 


Alternative Poster of the Day:

In case the official poster for the Netflix series Stranger Things wasn't '80s-influenced enough, here's one by Daniel Nash that directly relates to the show's E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial influence (via Twitter):


Fan Theory of the Day:

Is the Queen really the true villain in Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs? Cracked makes the case that it's someone else in this live-action parody: 


Bad Film Analysis of the Day: 

Find out the hidden meaning of How to Train a Dragon 2 according to an alien watching the DreamWorks Animation feature in the future: 


Cosplay of the Day: 

Never mind the kind of allergies it'll trigger on the convention floor, every Ellen Ripley Aliens cosplay now requires a real cat as part of the getup. See more images and a video at Fashionably Geek.


Supercut of the Day: 

Burger Fiction collected the most awkward scenes in movies (many involving Ben Stiller, of course) in this supercut that's hard to watch and also hard to look away from: 


Fan Art of the Day: 

For Popzilla's John Hughes tribute art show, below is a work by Sam Carter honoring The Breakfast Club from a series of character silhouette prints. See more from that series and others at Geek Tyrant.


Vintage Image of the Day: 

Speaking of The Breakfast Club, one of the first great parodies of its poster pose came from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, which turns 30 today.  


Classic Trailer of the Day:

Today is also the 30th anniversary of the release of Night of the Creeps. Watch the original trailer for the cult classic below. 




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