Today in Movie Culture: Wolverine Vs. Deadpool, 'Jurassic Park' Redone in 8-Bit Graphics and More

Today in Movie Culture: Wolverine Vs. Deadpool, 'Jurassic Park' Redone in 8-Bit Graphics and More

Jun 10, 2015

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


Mash-Up of the Day:

Ahead of the release of Jurassic World, revisit Jurassic Park -- only this time watch it redone in 8-bit video game graphics. 


Vintage Image of the Day:

D.W. Griffith made the first known live-action movie featuring dinosaurs, 1914's Brute Force, aka The Primitive Man. See a still below.


Supercut of the Day:

Inspired by the new Poltergeist remake, Slate highlights the scariest clowns in movies and TV in a video called "Do You Want a Balloon?"


Fan Art of the Day:

It's not certain that Hugh Jackman will appear as Wolverine in Deadpool, but artist Dave Paget gives us a look at their necessary fight scene anyway (via Geek Tyrant):


Toy Time:

Never mind a regular old Peter Venkman figure for Ghostbusters fans; Funko has unveiled this slimed Peter Venkman figure for Comic-Con 2015 (via Topless Robot):


Study of an Actor:

Here are the best performances by Joaquin Phoenix according to Watch Mojo:


Filmmaker in Focus:

This 20-minute documentary, titled Lost Kubrick, focuses on the unfinished features of Stanley Kubrick (via The Playlist):


Cosplay of the Day:

Slave Leia cosplay (based on Return of the Jedi) is a common sight at conventions, but bearded Slave Leia is not. Nor is balloon-art Jabba the Hutt (via Fashionably Geek):


Daily Dose of Star Wars:

Speaking of Princess Leia, now that Star Wars is a Disney property, she is technically a Disney princess, and cosplayers are happy to make the connection (via Neatorama):


Today's Anniversary:

Woody Allen's Love and Death opened 40 years ago on this date. Watch the original trailer below.



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