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


Dream Movie of the Day:

Vulture imagines what a Spider-Gwen movie would look like, with Emma Stone reprising her role of Gwen Stacy from the Amazing Spider-Man movies and some voiceover borrowed from Easy A.


Filmmaker Parody of the Day:

Funny or Die inserted Straight Outta Compton‘s Jason Mitchell into the trailer for The Intern for a parody of Nancy Meyers movies:


Fan Art of the Day:

The below portrait of old and young Al Pacino are part of artist Fulvio Obregon’s series “Me My Other Me.” See more at Design Taxi


Mash-ups of the Day:

Artist Butcher Billy imagines Christian Bale as Patrick Bateman from American Psycho as a bunch of other pop culture characters. The Batman one seems pretty familiar. See them all individually and bigger at Design Taxi.


Classic Cartoon of the Day:

Today is the 80th anniversary of the release of Walt Disney‘s animated short On Ice, starring Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Donald (hardly recognizable today) and Pluto. Watch it in full below.  


Cosplay of the Day:

We’ve seen mash-ups in the past of Mad Max: Fury Road and Mario Kart, so logically now here’s a cosplay mash of Furiosa and Princess Peach (via Fashionably Geek):


Star Wars of the Day:

Artist Daniel Morales Olvera mashed up Star Wars and The Walking Dead to give us zombie Stormtroopers (via Live for Films):


Supercut of the Day:

With The Walk opening in limited release this week, we have been reminded of this great supercut of the Twin Towers in movies:


Movie Retitling of the Day:

Buzzfeed retitled Disney animated classics to be “more accurate and badass” and designed new posters for these sassy versions. Below is one of the safer for work examples, for Sleeping Beauty:


Classic Trailer of the Day:

Yesterday was the 30th anniversary of the U.S. premiere of Ran, Akira Kurosawa‘s Oscar-winning samurai film adaptation of William Shakespeare‘s King Lear. Watch the original American trailer for the epic feature below.


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