Today in Movie Culture: The Science of 'Spider-Man,' Real Retractable Wolverine Claws and More

Today in Movie Culture: The Science of 'Spider-Man,' Real Retractable Wolverine Claws and More

May 28, 2015

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


Here's our first look at Jeff Goldblum reprising his role as David Levinson in Independence Day 2 via director Roland Emmerich (and THR):


Hanging with David Levinson (Jeff Goldblum) 20 years later is a dream come true! #IndependenceDay

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If Mad Max: Fury Road had come out in the '80s, this would have been its trailer (via /Film):


In no particular order, David Fincher's favorite movies are (via The Film Stage):


Ash from the Evil Dead movies battles undead versions of Spider-Man, Iron Man and Wolverine in the fan film adaptation of Marvel Zombies vs Army of Darkness (via Dangerous Minds):


Speaking of Wolverine, check out the retractable claws this guy created. Head to Tech Crunch to learn how to make your own.


And speaking of Spider-Man, Nerdist scientifically tackles the question of how both biological and mechanical web shooters would work:


CineFix looks into what happened to the screwball comedy genre:


Cosplay of the Day: It's like double cosplay when you're Tinker Bell dressed as Slave Leia (via KamiKame):


We see enough mash-ups of movies. Here's a mash-up of movie studio logos. One day, maybe they'll all merge and this will be a reality:


This week marks the 110th annivesary of George Melies's The Palace of The Arabian Nights, based on the classic folk tales of 1001 Nights. Watch the silent short in its entirety below.



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