Today in Movie Culture: 'Batman v Superman' Redone With Kittens, Nike's New Self-Lacing Sneakers Ad and More

Today in Movie Culture: 'Batman v Superman' Redone With Kittens, Nike's New Self-Lacing Sneakers Ad and More

Mar 16, 2016

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


Mashup of the Day:

Having trouble differentiattting between Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Captain America: Civil War? Well, now they're just one movie. Watch the trailer for Batman v Superman v Iron Man v Captain America: Dawn of Civil War:


Cat Video of the Day:

There's no way Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will be as good as this parody starring the littlest kitten versions of the superheroes:


Lego Build of the Day:

Speaking of Batman v Superman, here's a working full-scale Bat-Signal made with 75,000 Lego bricks as part of a promotion for the movie (via Geekologies):


Reimagined Movie of the Day:

Let's keep going with the Batman stuff. Here's a recut trailer that makes Batman & Robin look like it was made by Christopher Nolan (via Geek Tyrant):


Vintage Image of the Day:

Jerry Lewis, who turned 90 years old today, directs Stella Stevens on the set of The Nutty Professor:


Movie-inspired Commercial of the Day:

Nike released a commercial for their Back to the Future Part II-inspired self-lacing sneakers (via /Film):


Star Wars of the Day:

Watch a short video on the digital effects behind the X-wing raid on Maz's castle in Star Wars: The Force Awakens below and see two more like it at Filmmaker IQ.


Movie Comparison of the Day:

In anticipation of the new Divergent Series installment, Couch Tomato shows us 24 reasons Insurgent is the same movie as The Matrix:


Movie Derivation of the Day:

The Hateful Eight and many of its movie references, including those to other Quentin Tarantino movies, are shown side by side in this video (via One Perfect Shot):


Classic Clip of the Day:

Today is the 55th anniversary of The Absent-Minded Professor, which introduced us to Flubber and went on to earn three Oscar nominations. The trailer isn't online, so here's a clip relevant to anyone frustrated with Washington this week:




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