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

For his latest tweak to the original Star Wars trilogy, George Lucas inserts himself into a few of the bigger roles:

Speaking of Lucas, here’s a special effects supercut Industrial Light & Magic compiled for their 40th anniversary this month (via Live for Films):

Which of the following places to sleep would… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: George Lucas's Latest 'Star Wars' Tweaks, 40 Years of ILM and More

The secret may be out of the bag for Daniel Craig, who supposedly has a cameo in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. If true, though, it may be difficult to spot the James Bond actor, because he’s apparently playing a Stormtrooper. Meaning his face will be obscured.

This potential revelation comes via Simon Pegg, who later claimed he was just relaying a… Continue reading Daniel Craig's 'The Force Awakens' Role and 10 Other 'Star Wars' Cameos Through the Years

The first trailer for Me and Earl and the Dying Girl has arrived online (it hits theaters on June 12), giving us our first look at what’s bound to become one of the year’s most talked-about movies. Not just because the film — about the friendship between a boy and his cancer-stricken friend — has got all the makings of a coming-of-age classic… Continue reading 'Me and Earl and the Dying Girl' Trailer: Your First Look at One of the Year's Best Movies

Diane “Blaze”, Sullivan, the host of a nationally televised punk-rock show on New Year’s Eve, is receiving calls from a mysterious killer who tells her of his plans to off someone at midnight in each of America’s major time zones… and she will be the last. Starring Roz Kelly (who played Pinky Tuscadero on Happy Days), Kip Niven (Magnum Force), Grant Cramer (Killer Klowns… Continue reading New Year's Evil [Blu-ray]

When I sat down to watch Creative Control at this year’s SXSW Film Festival, I found myself in the best possible position to appreciate its bleak vision of the near-future and its cynical view of technology.

For the previous five days, I had been splitting my time between SXSW Film and SXSW Interactive, where entrepreneurs, technologists and everyone in-between attends panels, shares… Continue reading The Last Sci-Fi Blog: Why 'Creative Control' is This Year's 'Her'