Pop Culture Odds and Ends – Star Wars Day Edition


If you are anything like me, you woke up this morning to find your Facebook feed dominated by people wishing you a “Happy Star Wars Day.” As loyal readers know, I do not give a hoot about Star Wars (still haven’t seen The Force Awakens) but I do appreciate the celebration of pop culture in any form. So though I can barely tell a C-3PO from and R2-D2 , May the fourth be with you. Go blow up a Death Star to commemorate.

It’s also Wednesday, which means that in addition to getting your Wookiee on today, it’s also pop culture roundup day. What a glorious time to be alive! As always, I’ve searched the Internet to gather for you the best that world of pop culture has had to offer in the last seven days. There’s a little bit of something for everyone here, so kick back, relax and get yourself caught up on all the happenings in pop culture.




Time for some trailers….

  • The Ring vs. The Grudge (a real movie!):


  • Captain America: Civil War (now with more Spider-Man):


  • The Nice Guys gets a retro trailer:


  • Snowden:


  • Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie:


  • Tulip Fever:


  • The Duel:


  • Southside with You:


  • Florence Foster Jenkins:


  • Bad Moms:


  • Here Alone:


  • Captain Fantastic:


  • The Disney Channel’s Adventures in Babysitting:







As always, we end with the mashups and supercuts….

  • Toy Story reimagined as a thriller:


  • The Dixie Chicks covered Beyonce’s “Daddy Lessons”:


  • Here’s the Suicide Squad trailer recreated in Fallout 4:


  • Disney animators drew some Game of Thrones fan art with cats as the characters:



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  • Eddie Vedder and his daughter covered the Batman theme song:


  • Here’s Dave Chappelle singing Radiohead:


  • Disney characters sing Smashmouth:


  • This supercuts shows the many times that The Simpsons has paid tribute to Citizen Kane:


  • A vintage cover of “Are Your Gonna Be My Girl”:


  • WWE 2K16 predicts the winner of Captain America: Civil War:


  • Bernie Sanders as George Costanza:


  • Jimmy Fallon and Paul Rudd recreated a Styx music video (that’s Rudd on lead vocals!):


  • The Daily Show turned Donald Trump’s words into a rap:


  • Seinfeld meets Rihanna:

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  • And finally, The Muppets do some Outkast:

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