Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:
Movie Science of the Day:
Could Dwayne Johnson really make the jump seen in the Skyscraper trailer? Nerdist jokingly explores the stunt’s scientific accuracy:
Mashup of the Day:
In this animated parody by Leigh Lahav and Oren Mendez, Tony Stark visits The Good Place after the events of Avengers: Infinity War:
VFX Breakdown of the Day:
Speaking of Avengers movies, here’s DNEG showcasing their digital effects for Avengers: Age of Ultron:
Cosplay of the Day:
We’re still sharing Ant-Man cosplay in honor of Ant-Man and the Wasp because this one is just too cute and clever to ignore:
One of the most ingenious cosplays ever #cosplay#Repost @nerdwithballs (@get_repost)
We’re ready for Ant-Man and the Wasp! ??
CHECK OUT THE NERD WITH BALLS PODCAST (LINK IN BIO)
…#antman #thewasp #antmanandthewasp #mcu #marvel | Cred: Unknown#GeeksAndNerdsUnite pic.twitter.com/I2cSA2VoAz
— KesslerKomics (@kesslerkomics) July 10, 2018
Movie Comparison of the Day:
Dimitri Pitu compares scenes from Spike Lee’s Malcolm X with footage of the real Malcolm X side by side:
Vintage Image of the Day:
John Gilbert, who was born on this day in 1899, takes a break on the set of Queen Christina as co-star Greta Garbo and director Rouben Mamoulian and cinematographer William Daniels work on a scene in 1933.
Movie Quotes of the Day:
Learn how to say iconic horror movie quotes in ASL courtesy of A Quiet Place actress Millicent Simmonds and Screen Crush:
Truthful Marketing of the Day:
Screen Junkies points out that Rampage should have just been sold as “Jurassic City” in the latest Honest Trailer:
Fan Art of the Day:
Here’s what The Fifth Element would look like as an anime film. Click on the link in the tweet to see more great anime versions of movies by artist Dmitry Grozov.
Art by Ahriman aka Dmitry Grozov https://t.co/fT7bAP8Nz5 pic.twitter.com/MGgBGFfVAV
— Michael Pasquale (@MikePasqualeArt) July 10, 2018
Classic Trailer of the Day:
Today is the 20th anniversary of the release of Darren Aronofsky’s Pi. Watch the original trailer for the indie classic below.