Today in Movie Culture: Bryan Cranston as Stan Lee, 'Batman v Superman' Kill Count and More

Today in Movie Culture: Bryan Cranston as Stan Lee, 'Batman v Superman' Kill Count and More

Jul 05, 2016

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


Mashup of the Day:

Gregor Clegane, aka the Mountain, gets a familiar voice in this mashup of Game of Thrones season six (SPOILERS) and Star Wars:


Fake Movie of the Day:

Would Stan Lee make a cameo in his own biopic? Here's a fan-made poster for a dream movie starring Bryan Cranston as the Marvel superhero creator (via Geek Tyrant):


Alternate Endings of the Day:

Speaking of things Stan Lee is responsible for, here's an animated look at other ways Captain America: Civil War should have ended: 


Movie Takedown of the Day:

Who says there's no rivalry between Marvel and DC? Here's a jab at Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice in the pages of Spiderman/Deadpool issue #6 (via Screen Crush):


Fan Cut of the Day:

Speaking of Batman v Superman, here's a re-cut of the Battle of Metropolis scene with footage from that movie and Man of Steel:


Supercut of the Day:

And again with the Batman v Superman, here's Mr. Sunday's latest Kill Count video tallying up all of the deaths in the movie caused by the Caped Crusader (check out another one also featuring Superman's kills by Jawsunleashed):


Movie Comparison of the Day: 

Now on to something else Christopher Nolan has been involved with. Cracked spotlights the similarities between Inception and an old Disney comic book:


Vintage Image of the Day:

Katherine Helmond, who turns 87 today, with Peter Vaughan and director Terry Gilliam on the set of Time Bandits in 1980:


Filmmaker in Focus:

Burger Fiction chronicles the evolution of Steven Spielberg as a filmmaker, from his amateur productions up to his latest, The BFG:


Classic Trailer of the Day:

Today is the 25th anniversary of the release of Richard Linklater's Slacker. Watch the original trailer for the landmark indie film below.



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