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

Honest Trailers takes on Interstellar, and it’s the most perfect one yet:

We haven’t felt this good about robot love since Wall-E met Eve: watch R2-D2 find romance (via Geekologie):

Jorge Luengo’s mash-up of Lost in Translation and Her emphasize how connected the films are — the latter is actually sort… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: Honest Trailer for 'Interstellar,' Han Solo Coffee Table, R2-D2 Falls in Love and More

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

Paul Reubens posted another image from Pee-wee’s Big Holiday to celebrate the end of the first week of shooting:

Fan films are nothing new, as you can see in this unauthorized Aquaman short made by film students for $ 10,000 in 1984 (via Geek Tyrant):

There’s a… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: Pee-wee's Little Ride, The 1984 'Aquaman' Movie, the Periodic Table of Disney and More

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After several frontrunners made the short list to replace Jenny McCarthy and Sherri Shepherd on The View, it has been reported that two relatively unknowns will be taking the vacant chairs.

Political commentator Nicolle Wallace and October Gonzalez will co-host alongside Rosie O’Donnell and Whoopi Goldberg. Originally the network had been testing up to 12 contenders, including CNN’s Sunny Hostin and S.E. Cupp.

PHOTOS: Don’t Adjust Your Screens! Inside The Morning… Continue reading ‘The View’ Finally Hires Two New Co-Hosts To Replace Sherri Shepherd And Jenny McCarthy! Find Out Who Will Join The Table

Gareth Edwards’ Monsters probably represents the best, most exciting example of everything a kaiju film can be in the new millennium. As an attempt to illustrate what it would really feel like to live in a world attacked by giant monsters, it shares a great deal of DNA with Cloverfield. But while Cloverfield may excel when it comes to monster mayhem (and creature design), Monsters wins out in every other category. Kaiju… Continue reading Gareth Edwards' 'Monsters' and the Refreshing Take It Brings to the Kaiju Table