Today in Movie Culture: On the Secret 'Star Wars' Romance, a Burt Macklin Movie and More

Today in Movie Culture: On the Secret 'Star Wars' Romance, a Burt Macklin Movie and More

Sep 21, 2016

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

 

Social Media Art of the Day:

Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi shared the following art on Twitter. Will the movie involve a body swapping subplot involving Thor and Mjolnir?? 

 

Fan Theory of the Day:

The latest reason to re-watch the Star Wars prequels is to see if this theory holds up that Padme and Obi-Wan were secretly in love with each other: 

 

Fake Movie of the Day:

This mashup of Chris Pratt movies with scenes from Parks and Recreation imagines all his roles being part of Burt Macklin, FBI: The Movie (via Reddit): 

 

Adorable Cosplay of the Day:

We love cute cosplay and mashup cosplay, so we really love this little girl's costume combining Justice League and A Legue of Their Own (via Fashionably Geek): 

 

DIY Costume of the Day:

Halloween is coming up, and Doc and Marty from Back to the Future is a favorite for paired-up costumes. For your holiday or cosplay needs, check out the DIY Costume Squad's tutorial on how to go as the duo cheaply:

 

Vintage Image of the Day:

Bill Murray, who turns 66 today, draws a crew and a crowd on the set of Groundhog Day in 1992:

 

Film Analysis of the Day: 

Darren of Must See Films looks at the theme of family in There Will Be Blood

 

Movie Comparison of the Day:

As we anxiously wait the release of La La Land, look back on two previous Damien Chazelle films with this intercut comparison between Whiplash the short and Whiplash the feature:

 

Actor in the Spotlight: 

Jennifer Connelly cries in a lot of movies, and Ranker compiled a supercut to prove it:

 

Classic Trailer of the Day:

Given the passing of director Curtis Hanson, today's classic trailer needs to be the one for L.A. Confidential seemingly making Kevin Spacey out to be the lead: 

 

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