Today in Movie Culture: The Science of 'Black Panther,' 'The Meg' VFX Breakdown and More

Today in Movie Culture: The Science of 'Black Panther,' 'The Meg' VFX Breakdown and More

Sep 14, 2018

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


VFX Breakdown of the Day:

Here’s a video that showcases the impressive digital effects work produced for The Meg:


Movie Science of the Day:

Astrophysicist Andy Howell looks into the science of the asteroid in Black Panther and its introduction of vibranium into the world in the below video. Check out others on vibranium and more here.


Cosplay of the Day:

Speaking of the MCU, here’s a fan cosplaying as Hela from Thor: Ragnarok:


Reworked Trailer of the Day:

Here’s an animated parody of the Venom trailer showing how that last scene should have ended:


?Remade Scene of the Day:

Huxley Berg Studios offers another tease of their full Lego remake of Deadpool with this redone scene of the merc with a mouth visiting the X-Mansion:


Vintage Image of the Day:

Rose McGowan, who turned 45 this month, in a publicity image for her breakout movie, Gregg Araki’s 1995 cult classic The Doom Generation:


Filmmaker in Focus:

Ahead of the TIFF premiere of his latest movie, Widows, IMDb spotlighted the directorial trademarks of Steve McQueen:


Fan Theory of the Day:

MatPat makes a case that Robin Williams’ character in Mrs. Doubtfire is actually a criminal in this edition of Film Theory:


Movie Food of the Day:

This edition of Binging With Babish shows us how to make Reynolds Woodcock's breakfast order from Phantom Thread:


Classic Trailer of the Day:

This month is the 30th anniversary of Running on Empty. Watch the original trailer for the classic drama below.



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