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Link Riot: Samuel L. Jackson is Badass in Silhouette Form

• Samuel L. Jackson is even more badass in silhouette form. [Imgur]

• Edgar Wright had some questions about censorship and the use of the C-word. [Edgar Wright Here]

• These are the 50 best Criterion Collection covers. []

• The 'Ender's Game' director has called author Orson Scott Card's homophobic views "dreadfully ironic." [Hypable]

• Made for TV: the funniest TV-edits of movie obscenities ever. [ScreenCrush]

• Get to know the 20 most badass ladies of cult cinema. [Death & Taxes Mag]

• You must watch this amazing 'Mary Poppins' remix. [Slate]

• If you've ever had any questions for the cast of 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,' now's your chance to ask 'em. [Moviefone]

• Strange reasons why actors were cast in certain roles. [Film School Rejects]

• Well, this is the best 'Star Wars'-themed party ever. Lucky kid. [Pleated Jeans]

Filed Under: Link Riot

Link Riot: Posters Featuring Iconic Movie Cars

pulpfictioncar• These posters feature the iconic cars that the movies were known for. [Laughing Squid]

• Adam Sandler should think about making sequels to these 7 movies of his that actually deserve one. []

• James Cameron thinks Hollywood isn't using 3D filmmaking properly. [Hypable]

• Admit it, these are 10 irrational fears we've all gotten from movies. [Pajiba]

• Watch the cast of 'Grown Ups 2' interview each other with fan questions. [Moviefone]

• Here's 10 potentially amazing movies that never happened (but almost did). [ScreenCrush]

• There are 19 worse things about 'The Lone Ranger' than Johnny Depp playing Tonto (spoiler alert). [BuzzFeed]

• The "Great, Big Movie Monster Brawl" has begun. Make sure you cast your vote for round 1. [MTV Movies Blog]

• Love a song in a recent movie trailer? Find out what it is. [BuzzSugar]

• Is Jeff Goldblum the perfect Dr. Strange? Here's 5 reasons in his favor. [Unleash The Fanboy]

Filed Under: Link Riot

The 25 Best Movie-Inspired Graffiti Pieces

Some people spend most of their time in front of a computer ... and others go out and do stuff like this.

Behold some of the most elaborate and large-scale movie-themed fan art you'll ever see, most of it created under cover of night with a few spray cans and a seething desire to create ... or at least conjure stunning portraits of Neo, Freddy Krueger, Yoda, the Dude and other pop culture icons that shape our everyday lives. If only all walls were this cool.

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Filed Under: Features

Look Closer: The 7 Coolest Movie Cinemagraphs

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With fiery explosions, unruly gunfights and frenzied superhero battles becoming essential to most nights out at the movies, there's something to be said about films that can do just the opposite, communicating a wealth of information with just the slightest nuanced motion.

Cinemagraphs, which bridge the gap between static images and video by adding a tiny dose of movement to otherwise inert still shots, are a perfect vehicle for delivering a single serving of cinematic awesomeness. These seven cinemagraphs  capture some of our all-time favorite moments in film in a really cool way.

7. Animated Poster ('Pulp Fiction')

"Pulp Fiction"'s  iconic poster art is such a classic that adding nothing but a slight animation of Uma's burning cigarette brings the it new life. A moment of attention from Mia Wallace is instantly transformed into a never-ending staring contest, and she’s clearly not going to take another puff of her cig until you blink. Get More »

Filed Under: Features

Infographic: Every Tarantino Movie Death, and How They Died


Hey, have you ever noticed that there are a ton of people killed in every Quentin Tarantino movie? You have? Us, too. It would be interesting if someone took the time to sit through every one of his films and not only count the number of dead people, but tell us how they all died. If a cool graphic was made about it, all the better. Get More »

Filed Under: Check This | Source: Down for the Count

'Pulp Fiction' Almost Starred Daniel Day-Lewis and Matt Dillon

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In the 19 years since "Pulp Fiction" hit theaters, the film that made Quentin Tarantino a superstar has become a bona fide cinematic classic. Hell, it was a classic from the moment it first screened at the Cannes Film Festival. But as a new oral history of the film in Vanity Fair shows, "Pulp Fiction" was almost a very different film.

Forget Samuel L. Jackson, Bruce Willis and John Travolta. How about "Pulp Fiction" starring Paul Calderon, Matt Dillon and Daniel Day-Lewis? Get More »

Filed Under: Movie News | Source: Vanity Fair

Quentin Tarantino's Filmography Gets the Infographic Treatment

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If you chart the course of Quentin Tarantino, you see a video store clerk who was able to cut and paste his infinite index of film knowledge to create some of the most memorable pop characters of the last two decades.

Now Vulture's Jesse David Fox has taken the liberty of translating those characters into ACTUAL charts, albeit ones that might be inappropriate for your next office PowerPoint presentation. Get More »

Filed Under: Check This | Source: Vulture

12 Campaign Posters for Movie Characters

Will Ferrell in "The Campaign" Warner Bros.

As the 2012 presidential election quickly approaches (tomorrow! eek!), Americans must carefully analyze each candidate's policies and personalities to determine who they want to lead the country for the next four years.

And then there's the funnier — but not any less absurd — election at the center of "The Campaign," a new political satire pitting Will Ferrell's charismatic, gaffe-prone incumbent against Zach Galifianakis's Washington outsider in a North Carolina congressional race.

We're not sure we'd vote for either of these guys in real life, but you know who we would vote for? Yoda. And The Dude. And after "The Avengers," Hulk would most definitely get our endorsement.

So we asked old friend Old Red Jalopy to get the ball rolling and mock up some campaign posters for some of movie favorites. Get More »

The 25 Most Essential '90s Movies

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There's a reason you've recently had the urge to bust out your plaid shirts, Celine Dion albums and dial-up modems, as this week sees the release of two relics of the 1990s: "Titanic 3D" and "American Reunion."

Since both of these movies make us think back to a more innocent time when Monica Lewinsky was an eager young White House intern, our money wasn't on fire and Twittering was a weird body tic, we're reminiscing about that decade's most influential and essential cinematic treasures for future generations. It wasn't easy to narrow down the list (next time, "Problem Child 2," next time ...) but if we were to preserve only 25 flicks from the '90s in a time capsule, they would be these (listed in alphabetical order). Get More »

Filed Under: Features

Oscar's 13 Biggest Mistakes


For every winner who leaps up to thank the Academy, at least four nominees stay behind -- and with them, countless audience members wondering why their favorites failed to snag the big award. But there are times when everyone -- maybe even the winner -- believes the wrong name was read and the Oscar should have gone to... someone else.

We've picked 13 unlucky times the Academy made a huge, irreversible mistake, whether out of misguided loyalty to an actor-turned-director, fear of bestowing the Oscar to a violent or controversial film, or for no discernible reason at all (in no particular order). Get More »

Filed Under: Awards Features Oscars
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