Today in Movie Culture: ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Director Commentary, the Evolution of Captain Ameri…

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


Directors’ Commentary of the Day:

For the New York Times, Joe and Anthony Russo talk over the New York City battle sequence from Avengers: Infinity War:


Character History of the Day:

In honor of Avengers: Infinity War, Burger Fiction chronicles the evolution of Captain America in movies and on TV:


Movie Business Lesson of the Day:

Does the MPAA’s ratings system seem arbitary? Slate details how Hollywood gets around certain classification rules in this NSFW, R-rated video:


Supercut of the Day:

Editor Frederic van Strydonck didn’t just compile a bunch of clips of movie characters watching movies, he also made it so they’re all watching The Big Sleep:


Vintage Image of the Day:

Saul Bass, who was born on this day in 1920, designed this iconic movie poster for Otto Preminger’s 1959 movie Anatomy of a Murder:


Movie Craftperson of the day:

For Vanity Fair, Black Panther costume designer Ruth Carter discusses her work in one scene from the Marvel blockbuster:


Film History of the Day:

Fandor looks at the iconic sound effect known as “the Wilhelm Scream” and how it became so popular:


Movie Food of the Day:

The latest edition of Binging with Babish shows us how to make pies inspired by Adrienne Shelly’s Waitress:


Truthful Marketing of the Day:

Honest Trailers does more of the same with their takedown of Fifty Shades Freed, which does more of the same with its premise:


Classic Movie Clip of the Day:

Today is the 20th anniversary of the release of Deep Impact. Watch the the devasting comet collision sequence from the classic disaster movie below.