Today in Movie Culture: How to Predict the Oscars, the Best Cosplay of 2016 and More

Today in Movie Culture: How to Predict the Oscars, the Best Cosplay of 2016 and More

Jan 09, 2017

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


Oscar Countdown of the Day:

On the day after the Golden Globes, The Film Theorists' MatPat explains how to perfectly predict the Oscars winners:


Weird Merchandising Tie-In of the Day:

If your new year's resolutions include getting in shape and you're also a Marvel fan, this Iron Man kettlebell is the thing for you (via /Film):


Cosplay of the Day:

Mineralblu went to many comic, anime and othe fandom conventions last year, and here's their video of the best cosplay seen around the world in 2016, including some based on Star WarsSuicide SquadAnt-ManTransformers and Anchorman (via Geek Tyrant):


Vintage Effects Shot of the Day:

The GIF below shows the amazing matte painting effect used for a stunt from the Charlie Chaplin classic Modern Times:


Vintage Poster of the Day:

Daisy Duck made her film debut 80 years ago today under the name Donna Duck, and her voice was more like boyfriend Donald's, in the Disney short Don Donald:


Bad Film Analysis of the Day:

Speaking of Disney films, here's a look at the misunderstood hidden meaning of the recent live-action remake of The Jungle Book according to an alien in the future: 


Mashup Fan Art of the Day:

And here's another Disney item, a look at who played Sadness in Pixar's Inside Out. This is part of a series of iconic characters unmasked by Alex Solis. See more including E.T., Darth Vader, Marty McFly and others at Geek Tyrant.


Movie Trivia of the Day:

As we get into the depths of awards season, CineFix shares a bunch of little-known trviia about multiple Oscar winner Mad Max: Fury Road:


Fan Build of the Day:

It's a little late for the holidays, but we can't resist sharing this fan-made gingerbread Delorean time machine from Back to the Future Part II:


Classic Trailer of the Day:

This week marks the 25th anniversary of the release of Curtis Hanson's The Hand That Rocks the Cradle. Watch the original trailer for the thriller below. 




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