Today in Movie Culture: 'Wonder Woman' VFX Breakdown, a History of Japanese Horror and More

Today in Movie Culture: 'Wonder Woman' VFX Breakdown, a History of Japanese Horror and More

Oct 24, 2017

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


Fan-made Poster of the Day:

Michael Bay is producing a Dora the Explorer movie, so BossLogic shows us what its poster will probably look like:



FX Breakdown of the Day:

See how Platige Image created the opening prologue for Wonder Woman, bringing a painting to life (via Heroic Hollywood):



Film History Lesson of the Day:

With Halloween coming up in a week, One Hundred Years of Cinema chronicles the history of Japanese horror:


Prank of the Day:

Can you spot the Pennywise inserted into these engagement photos before the bride does? Hopefully the photographer still has the originals (via Geek Tyrant):



Vintage Image of the Day:

Kevin Kline, who turns 70 today, with co-stars William Hurt, Jeff Goldblum and Tom Berenger and director Lawrence Kasdan on the set of The Big Chill in 1982:


Actor in the Spotlight:

Carrie Fisher's career is defined mostly by Star Wars, but here's Fandor with a look at her legacy in comedy:


Filmmaker in Focus:

This video essay from Tim Nicholas highlights dance, movement, freedom and intimacy in the work of Yorgos Lanthimos, whose latest, The Killing of a Sacred Deer, is now in theaters:


Fan Art of the Day:

Sometimes it's fun to just make a poster of the literal meaning of a movie title, as in the case of this Baby Driver art shared by director Edgar Wright:



Cosplay of the Day:

When you've got the best cosplay representing the top-grossing movie of the year, Beauty and the Beast:


Classic Trailer of the Day:

Today is the 20th anniversary of the release of Gattaca. Watch the original trailer for the sci-fi classic below. 




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