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Today in Movie Culture: Tom Hanks Revisits 'Big' Scenes, Musical 'Nightmare Befo…

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

Talk Show Appearance of the Day:

Tom Hanks went on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, was reunited with the Zoltar machine from Big and wished he could be 30 again:

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Musical Movie Recreation of the Day: 

Speaking of Tom Hanks revisiting parts of Big, here he is performing the childhood rap from the movie with some fans:

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Vintage Image of the Day:

Morgan Freeman poses for a production continuity Polaroid while a cast member of The Electric Company, which was first broadcast 45 years ago today. See more Polaroids at A.V. Club.

Halloween Prep of the Day:

Disney Style shows four quick and easy Disney costumes for girls, including characters from Alice in Wonderland and The Incredibles:

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Cosplay of the Day:

Speaking of Disney costumes, here’s a cover of “Sally’s Song” from The Nightmare Before Christmas from cosplaying fans. See photos at Fashionably Geek.

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Movie Takedown of the Day: 

Speaking of The Nightmare Before Christmas, this week’s Honest Trailer musically roasts the movie (and Hot Topic) on an open fire:

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Retold Classic of the Day:

Watch the original Halloween, which came out 38 years ago today, redone with video game graphics in the latest from 8 Bit Cinema:

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Star Wars Merchandise of the Day: 

You music-loving Star Wars fans probably already have Princess Leia hairdo headphones, but now you need to own this levitating Death Star speakers (via the Fowndry):

Movie Comparison of the Day:

Fandor Keyframe spotlights similarities between two of this year’s awards contenders, Barry Jenkins’s Moonlight and Vikram Gandhi’s Barry

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Classic Trailer of the Day:

Today is the 25th anniversary of the release of Curly Sue, the final movie directed by John Hughes. Watch the original trailer for the comedy below. 

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