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

When you try to watch The Avengers on mute and read the characters’ lips, you get Redneck Avengers:

With a new disaster movie out this week, Honest Trailers destroys the heck out of Armageddon:

We can’t get enough of all the Mad Max: Fury Road fan art out there. Here’s one… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: Redneck Avengers, 'Mario Kart: Fury Road,' 'Spaceballs' Cosplay and More

Here’s your estimated 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):

1. Tomorrowland – $ 41.7 million ($ 41.7 million total)

2. Pitch Perfect 2 – $ 38.5 million ($ 126.0 million total)

3. Mad Max: Fury Road – $ 32.1 million ($ 95.5 million total)

4. The Avengers: Age of Ultron – $ 27.8 million ($ 410.9 million total)


The Important News

Chris Pratt said he’s doing some non-Guardians of the Galaxy Marvel movies. 

Reese Witherspoon will star in a live-action Tinker Bell movie.

Peter Sarsgaard will play the villain in The Magnificent Seven.

Pitch Perfect 2 topped the box office last weekend. 

Inside Out is getting great reviews.

Jack Black will make another movie with Jared Hess.

George Miller is an absolute visionary and without him there’s no denying that Mad Max: Fury Road be a very, very different movie. However, he didn’t build its world entirely on his own. Miller spent nearly two decades working on the movie with a close team of artists to flesh out every single detail of the hellish world that Max lives in, and the amazing… Continue reading Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About 'Mad Max: Fury Road' Is In This Book

The Mad Max trilogy is one of the most beloved franchises in Hollywood. Or is it? Mad Max (1979) is a quiet burn with not a tremendous amount going on. The 1985 film Mad Max Beyond the Thunderdome proved that Tina Turner’s song saying “We Don’t Need Another Hero,” was right. Right? But then there was the 1982 movie Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior. It sits at… Continue reading Film Face-off: 'The Road Warrior' vs. 'Mad Max: Fury Road'