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Today in Movie Culture: Retro 'Kong: Skull Island' Trailer, Fake 'Moana 2' …

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

Retro Trailer of the Day:

The trailer for the 1976 King Kong is mashed up with the trailer for Kong: Skull Island to imagine the latter as a 40-year-old classic:

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Fake Sequel of the Day:

Moana wasn’t Disney’s biggest hit, but it still deserves a sequel, like this one that brings Moana, Maui and Heihei to the island of Manhattan:

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Comic Strip of the Day:

Speaking of Disney animated movies, you may want to watch the 1991 Beauty and the Beast in anticipation of the remake, but you should consider this comic’s point (via Geek Tyrant):

Weird Trailer of the Day:

Speaking of that live-action Beauty and the Beast, here’s what it would be like if all of Eddie Murphy’s characters were inserted into the remake:

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Supercut of the Day:

Speaking of Eddie Murphy, here’s a supercut of only the Shrek movies where someone says his character’s name:

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Movies in Real Life of the Day:

The Hacksmith made his own real-life Wolverine claws in honor of Logan, but these involve an electric charge (via Fashionably Geek):

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Fan Build of the Day:

Want to make people forget things? You at least can pretend with this tutorial on making a DIY Neuralyzer from Men in Black:

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Fan Art of the Day:

Artist Cuyler Smith did another set of trading card paintings based on movie characters, some of which can be seen below. Check out more at the Gallery 1988 site.

Filmmaker in Focus:

Fandor Keyframe spotlights the early career of Barry Jenkins, prior to his Oscar-winning Moonlight:

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Classic Trailer of the Day:

With Logan opening in theaters today, let’s revisit the original trailer for the first spinoff of the franchise, X-Men Origins: Wolverine:

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