Today in Movie Culture: Fake 'Hidden Fences' Trailer, Honest 'The Princess Bride' Trailer and More

Today in Movie Culture: Fake 'Hidden Fences' Trailer, Honest 'The Princess Bride' Trailer and More

Jan 10, 2017

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


Fake Movie of the Day:

Since so many people are getting the title of Hidden Figures wrong lately, here's a fake trailer for Hidden Fences made for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (via /Film):


Fan Art of the Day:

Sick of the snow this week? Well, how about instead of the real stuff you check out these awesomely intricate Disney-themed paper snowflakes for The Lion KingToy Story and more:


Cosplay of the Day:

Speaking of snow, here's The Unipiper dressed as Darth Vader shoveling from his unicycle while playing his flaming bagpipes (via Geek Tyrant):


Toy Play of the Day:

Speaking of Star Wars, putting together a Lego AT-ST set is fun, but even better is making a stop-motion animated short of that plus the fun you have with it after (via Geekologie):


Strange Casting Idea of the Day:

We've seen Willem Dafoe wearing Marilyn Monroe's iconic The Seven Year Itch dress for Snickers, and now here's a Photoshopped look at what he'd look like playing Mary Poppins:


Movie Takedown of the Day: 

Everybody loves The Princess Bride, right? Well, leave it to Honest Trailers to find some faults to make fun of:


Vintage Image of the Day:

Ray Bolger, who was born on this day in 1904, as the Scarecrow with Judy Garland and director Victor Fleming on the set of The Wizard of Oz:


Supercut of the Day:

Art of the Film showcases the best visual effects in 2016 movies in this Oscars shortlist supercut:


Video Essay of the Day:

How do you edit an animated film? The Royal Ocean Film Society answers the question in an enlightening new video (via Film School Rejects):


Classic Trailer of the Day:

Today is the 75th anniversary of the release of All Through the Night starring Humphrey Bogart. Watch the original trailer for the classic film below.




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