Today in Movie Culture: Spider-Man in 'Avengers: Age of Ultron,' the Original 'Chappie' and More

Today in Movie Culture: Spider-Man in 'Avengers: Age of Ultron,' the Original 'Chappie' and More

Mar 06, 2015

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

 

Watch one of the antecedents of Chappie in Neill Blomkamp's 2006 short, Tempbot, below. There was also Tetra Vaal before that (see our post from last fall).

 

If only this cooler modeled after the Sandcrawler from Star Wars really existed (via Dave's Geeky Ideas): 

 

Now we have more than just yesterday's gif. Here's the latest Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer as if Spider-Man was a major part of the sequel:

 

And here's a digitally painted poster of Hulk and Iron Man in the Hulkbuster suit from Avengers: Age of Ultron, available to buy on Etsy (via Geek Alerts):

 

Fathom Events has released this new trailer for the restored version of The Breakfast Club, which will be in theaters later this month:

 

Now we know what the Guardians of the Galaxy team looks like as kids -- or "KinderGaurdians,' as Dean Trippe's illustration is being sold as (via Geek Tyrant):

 

And now we also know what a steampunk version of Guardians of the Galaxy looks like, as a cartoon (via Live for Films):

 

And one last piece of Guardians of the Galaxy art, here's a Footloose-inspired poster by Bruce Yan and David Moscati that was part of Hero Complex's recent "Quotes, Lines & Lyrics" show (via Culture Popped):

Perfect for your Valentine's Day movie date next year, or anytime, this dress's pattern is made up of candy hearts, each with a romantic line from a movie, such as "as you wish" from The Princess Bride , "I am the key master" from Ghostbusters and "I know" from The Empire Strikes Back. See a close-up of the pattern at Fashionably Geek

 

This weekend marks the 100th anniversary of the silent comedy Fatty's Chance Acquaintance, starring and directed by Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle. The copy below only has German title cards, but you don't need to understand them to appreciate the film. 

 

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