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

Just in time for Easter, there’s a life-size Benedict Cumberbatch made of chocolate (via Geek Tyrant):

Makeup artist Promise Phan showed that she can look like 15 different Disney characters, including Princess, villains and more. Here she is as Elsa from Frozen. See the rest of her magic at Buzzfeed.

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She has a new wardrobe … and now she has a new look, too. Kim Kardashian lightened up her hair over the weekend, dyeing it Friday evening and sharing photos of the process on Instagram (below).

“Blonde hair don’t care,” she wrote with

Director Mel Stuart passed away Thursday night. He was 83.

Stuart is best known for his 1971 Roald Dahl adaptation, “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,” which starred Gene Wilder as the oddball chocolatier. Despite its poor return at the box office, the film went on to become a cult classic, inspiring a generation of kids and adults with its memorable songs and colorful visuals.

Before the movie was released in theaters… Continue reading Mel Stuart Dead: 'Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory' Director Dies At 83

Fun news for all you “Willy Wonka” fans: That iconic scene when Gene Wilder makes his grand entrance from his Chocolate Factory, loses his cane, then somersaults and pops up to great applause? It was all Wilder’s idea.

In a note from Gene Wilder to director Mel Stuart, Wilder pitches that scene in great detail, saying it’s important “because from that time on, no one will know if

I never thought that I would see sold out crowds for four-decade-old movie, but nevertheless it’s there that I found myself last week. Golden ticket acquired, I attended the Alamo Drafthouse’s cast reunion screening of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. This event was the result of a beautiful stroke of serendipity. The Drafthouse had already planned a reparatory screening of the film when they were… Continue reading Dialogue: The Kids From 'Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory' on Wonkatania, the Remake and the Real Scary Slugworth