Today in Movie Culture: Gal Gadot Spoofs 'Wonder Woman,' 'Justice League' Stars Swap Roles and More

By Christopher Campbell

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

Movie Parody of the Day:

Saturday Night Live and host Gal Gadot spoofed Wonder Woman with a sketch about how weird it is that Themyscira isn’t an island of lesbians:

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Role Swaps of the Day:

Speaking of DC movies, the stars of Justice League used a new Facebook filter themed to the movie in order to swap their roles. Gal Gadot as Aquaman is the best (via Heroic Hollywood):

Easter Eggs of the Day:

Speaking of Justice League, here’s Mr. Sunday Movies with the Easter eggs and other things you may have missed in the new trailer:

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Dream Casting of the Day:

Scott Eastwood wants to be the next Wolverine in the X-Men movies, so BossLogic shows us what that could look like:

Some weekend fun @ScottEastwood#wolverine, probably will refine more later on (there was articles about him expressing interest)

— BossLogic (@Bosslogic) October 7, 2017

Vintage Image of the Day:

Guillermo del Toro, who turns 53 today, directs Doug Jones on the set of Pan’s Labyrinth in 2005:

Cosplay of the Day:

Also in honor of del Toro’s birthday, here’s some great Hellboy cosplay from New York Comic Con over the weekend;

Hella cool Comic Con cosplay!

— Marshall Julius (@MarshallJulius) October 8, 2017

Filmmaker in Focus:

Edgar Wright is the latest director to be showcased in Joshua Maddock’s The Filmmakers video series:

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Remixed Movie of the Day:

Speaking of Wright, Eclectic Method took the sound effects, music and dialogue from Baby Driver and made a sweet dance mix:

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Supercut of the Day:

Dance some more with this Calvin Harris-soundtracked supercut of ’80s movies compiled by Peter Schneider:

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Classic Trailer of the Day:

Today is the 25th anniversary of Robert Redford’s A River Runs Through It. Watch the original trailer for the classic drama below.

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