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

Movie Reunion of the Day:

Back to the Future stars Christoper Lloyd and Michael J. Fox reunited for a Toyota commercial where they talk about technology from Back to the Future Part II that we still don’t have (via ComingSoon.net):

Movie Parody of the Day:

College Humor addresses the same topic by… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: 'Back to the Future' Reunion, Deleted 'Monty Python' Animated Sequences and More

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

Fan Art of the Day:

What would a Dune animated feature or series look like? Artist Matt Rhodes, who was also influenced by filmmaker Tarsem Singh, shows us in the below image plus more images found at Neatorama.

Movie Rip-offs of the Day:

Screen Rant shows us… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: 'Dune' Animated Feature, the Best BB-8 Cosplay Ever and More

Congratulations, “Minions”! Would you have predicted the “Despicable Me” spinoff to be one of the few animated titles to breathe the rarefied air above $ 1 billion at the box office? According to The Hollywood Reporter, the little yellow guys just hit that milestone, making them only the third animated movie ever to go above $ 1B, following Frozen” ($ 1.274 billion)… Continue reading 'Minions' Becomes Third Animated Movie in History to Hit $1 Billion

Public Enemies

Ferrari: Christian Bale will star in Ferrari, a drama by director Michael Mann about Italian car magnate Enzo Ferrari. Now all that’s needed is someone to pay for and distribute the movie. It’s described as a longtime passion project for Mann, who is hoping to shoot the film next summer, and reunite with his Public Enemies (above) star in the… Continue reading Movie News: Christian Bale Will Drive Michael Mann's 'Ferrari'; Watch a Wacky Animated 'Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials' Video

Animation has never been exclusively geared to children, but sometime in the last half century or so it’s become more associated with family entertainment and kiddie fare. Sure, there’s the niche popularity of anime and acclaim of animated documentaries like Waltz With Bashir and the cult successes of Ralph Bakshi and Richard Linklater, but very rarely do grown-up-targeted animated features break out into the… Continue reading Watch a Red-Band Trailer for 'Hell and Back,' the Latest Attempt at a Mainstream R-Rated Animated Movie