Today in Movie Culture: Max Landis's 'Man of Steel 2,' the Biggest Plot Holes in Movies and More

Today in Movie Culture: Max Landis's 'Man of Steel 2,' the Biggest Plot Holes in Movies and More

Sep 17, 2015

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


Dream Project of the Day:

American Ultra writer Max Landis offers his pitch for Man of Steel 2 in this interview with Screen Junkies:


Fan Art of the Day:

Next time you see a balloon artist, ask if he can do the Tom Cruise in Mission: Impossible. Magician Rob Driscoll did this and many more fun movie balloon art creations, which you can see at Mental_Floss.


Movie Takedown of the Day:

Screen Rant counts down the biggest plot holes in the biggest recent movies, including The Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy, Star Wars, Interstellar and more:


Movie Scene Reenactment of the Day:

Here's a couple who recreated part of Disney's 101 Dalmatians for their engagement photos (via Neatorama):

101 Dalmatians Engagement Photos


Movie Science of the Day:

In the latest episode of Because Science, Kyle Hill tackles the science of The Joker's venom, including that which is called Smilex in Tim Burton's Batman:


Vintage Image of the Day:

Bryan Singer on the set of The Usual Suspects. He is 28 in that photo. He turns 50 today. 


Star Wars Cosplay of the Day:

Here's an old favorite, Hip Hop Stormtrooper, in a new image from Long Beach Comic Con. I also recently saw him at DragonCon, where's an essential part of the parade (via KamiKame).


Special Effects History of the Day:

Learn a quick lesson from the University of California on the recent advancement of digital fire and smoke rendering techniques for explosions (via Filmmaker IQ):


Alternative Poster Art of the Day:

Disney is celebrating the 65th anniversary of Cinderella with this stunning castle poster by JC Richard (via /Film):


Classic Trailer of the Day:

Today is the 10th anniversary of the Toronto Film Festival premiere of Eli Roth's Hostel, which began a wave of what was then labeled "torture porn." Watch the original trailer for the influential horror movie below and be reminded that it was presented by Quentin Tarantino.


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