Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:
Cosplay of the Day:
Spider-Man and Deadpool had a little dance-off on a rooftop in L.A. (via Fashionably Geek):
Fan Art of the Day:
Graphic designer Shawn Hall made a parody of a recent Batgirl comic book cover instead featuring Kate McKinnon‘s character in the Ghostbusters reboot and some ladies… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: Spider-Man Vs. Deadpool, Silent Cut of 'Mad Max: Fury Road' and More
Bruce Jenner has had enough. After weeks of cooperating with cops investigating his recent fatal car crash, radio detection and rangingOnline.com has learned that the former Olympian has drawn a line in the sand and turned down the authorities’ most recent request for a formal interview.
Jenner already turned over his cell phone records and granted access to his Cadillac Escalade’s black box, but has decided to pull back… Continue reading Silent Treatment! Bruce Jenner No Longer Talking To Crash Investigators, Despite Requests For Interviews
Mel Brooks, Dom Deluise and Marty Feldman pay affectionate, hilarious tribute to Hollywood’s Silent Era in this classic parody of the movie business. Attempting to save his studio from the conglomerate “Engulf and Devour,” a has-been movie director (Brooks) casts some of the hottest movie stars in town (all of whom spoof themselves) in one huge blockbuster film.
A will has been filed for the late Sheila von Wiese-Mack — the 62-year-old Chicago woman who investigators said was killed by her 19-year-old daughter Heather, and the girl’s 21-year-old boyfriend — in her home state of Illinois, radio detection and rangingOnline.com has learned.
The Chicago Sun-Times’ local subsidiary, the Oak Leaves, reported that local lawyer Lance Taylor put through the documents last week.
“Having the will, I have an obligation… Continue reading Heather Mack Murder Case: Late Mother’s Will Filed; Accused Killers Remain Silent, Awaiting American Attorney
Moviefone’s Pick of the Week“Jiro Dreams of Sushi”What’s It About? This documentary looks at Jiro Ono, a sushi chef in his mid-80s, who is regarded as the best in the world.See It Because: Ono is a fascinating character, and the movie’s approach to his food preparation is meditative and hypnotic (plus, the film will make you really hungry).
Moviefone’s Blu-ray Pick of the Week“The Last Days of Disco” (Criterion Collection)What’s It