Today in Movie Culture: Spider-Man's Imagined Fate in the MCU, an Old 'Batman v Superman' Theme Song and More

Today in Movie Culture: Spider-Man's Imagined Fate in the MCU, an Old 'Batman v Superman' Theme Song and More

Mar 18, 2016

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


Trailer Parody of the Day:

What if Spider-Man's addition to the MCU is as brief as his intro in the Captain America: Civil War trailer? This recut gives the hero an unfortunate demise (via Geek Tyrant):


Fan Theory of the Day:

One week ahead of the release of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, The Film Theorists scientifically explains how the Caped Crusader could win against the Man of Steel:


Reapplied Theme Song of the Day:

This isn't a new video but it is new to us, and it's great. Apparently Randy Newman wrote the best theme song for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice 21 years too early, for the original Toy Story. Proof (via Geek Tyrant):


Movie Analysis of the Day:

Speaking of Pixar, The Incredibles receives a misreading from an alien from the future in the latest Earthling Cinema:

Vintage Image of the Day:
Jack Nicholson, Jessica Lange, director Bob Rafelson and cinematographer Sven Nykvist on the set of the steamy remake of The Postman Always Rings Twice, which opened theatrically 35 years ago this weekend.

Star Wars of the Day:

Learn how to fold an origami X-wing fighter from Star Wars with this instructional video:


Filmmaker in Focus:

Quentin Tarantino is the focus again this week, this time with a very NSFW tribute to his most violent massacres (via Cinematic Montage Creators):


Cosplay of the Day:

Not only is the gender swapped, but this Victorian Thor is also era swapped (via Fashionably Geek):


Supercut of the Day:

Everybody loves the whole film-within-a-film idea, so enjoy this video showcasing scenes of moviemaking in movies (via Cinematic Montage Creators):


Classic Trailer of the Day:

Today is the 40th anniversary of Nicolas Roeg's The Man Who Fell to Earth debuting in theaters in the UK. Watch the original British trailer for the movie, which stars David Bowie, below.




blog comments powered by Disqus

Facebook on