Today in Movie Culture: Make Your Own BB-8 Baked Goods, Channing Tatum Does 'Frozen' and More

Today in Movie Culture: Make Your Own BB-8 Baked Goods, Channing Tatum Does 'Frozen' and More

Jan 04, 2016

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

 

Fan Build of the Day:

Watch a guy make his own DIY replica of the Stormtrooper TR-8R "stun baton" from Star Wars: The Force Awakens (via Geek Tyrant):

 

Fan-Made Baked Goods of the Day:

Now watch and learn how to make your very own Star Wars: The Force Awakens-inspired BB-8 cake pops (via That's Nerdalicious):

 

Cosplay of the Day:

Well, it's not so much cosplay as beardplay, but this guy's Star Wars-inspired facial hair is pretty cool (via Fashionably Geek):

 

Fan Edit of the Day:

In one of the craziest fan-edit projects ever, The Wizard of Oz has been recut so every word of dialogue is now in alphabetical order (via Geek Tyrant):

 

Shortened Movie of the Day:

Here's another, more sane fan edit showing what Inside Out looks like with all of the "inside" stuff deleted. It's just a 15-minute animated short about a girl growing up, but still pretty touching (via Design Taxi):

 

Classic Cartoon of the Day:

Today is the 80th anniversary of the classic Walt Disney animated short Mickey's Polo Team. See cartoon versions of 1930s Hollywood stars, including Clark Gable and Harpo Marx, join Mickey, Goofy and Donald in the full short below.

 

Celebrity Lip Sync Performance of the Day:

On this Thursday's episode of Lip Synch Battle, Channing Tatum acts out your child's favorite song from 2013. Watch a preview of him lip syncing to "Let It Go" from Frozen below.

 

Movie Science of the Day:

Speaking of potatoes, The Film Theorists tackle the scientific plausibility of using your own poop for outer space farming a la Matt Damon's garden in The Martian:

 

Supercut of the Day:

Get your new year off right with this epic supercut of people landing, mostly falling, onto vehicles in movies:

 

Classic Trailer of the Day:

The latest film by Todd Haynes, Carol, is one of the most acclaimed movies of the year. His feature debut, Poison, turns 25 this year, having premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, where it received the Grand Jury Prize, in January 1991. Watch the original trailer for the film below.

 

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