BySamuel James Harries, writer at
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Samuel James Harries

A lot of us in the Moviepilot office are lucky enough to spend our time reading the amazing work by Moviepilot Creators. The quality and quantity of entertaining articles each week is astonishing, and because we have the pleasure of reading every single one, I thought it would be a great idea to create a short list (compiled by Moviepilot's Community Team) of posts from last week that you won't want to miss.

In no particular order, these are 10 top quality post that might have slipped under your radar that you'll surely love!

1. A tribute to Panem (how The Hunger Games has impacted real life social issues):

The Hunger Games
The Hunger Games

If ever there was a post to show you the true power of movie fandom, it's this one. Looking one step further than seeing a movie and owning the merch, Roanna Sylver explores how The Hunger Games franchise has played a role in real life as a voice for the people. A really interesting and beautifully written post.

Check it out here:

2. That AWESOME Darth Vader vs Batman video:

Bruce, I am your father...
Bruce, I am your father...

Batman might already be a little on the dark side, but that doesn't stop this fan made video from showing the two fan favorites going head-to-head in a really (REALLY) impressive fan made video. Trust me, this is the Darth Vader vs Batman video we need AND deserve.

Check it out here:

3. A post about race in the Superhero genre

Another passionately crafted post this week comes from Alex Greene, who discusses how race is represented in superhero movies.

Check out his views on the subject here:

4. A post to restore our faith in TV Romance:

Since the loved-up grande finale, Ted's kids (and the rest of us) all now know how he met their mother - but there's much more to Ted's story. What's even more interesting is exactly why we cared so much about Ted Mosby's future wife. In Derek Koehler's affectionate tribute to How I Met Your Mother's leading man, we are able to discover how Ted redefined our standard of love and became the everyman who deserved his happy ending.

Check it out here:

5. Discover which Jurassic Park dinosaur you are:

With the release of the first Jurassic World trailer this week, theres never been a more suitable time to find out which type of dinosaur from Spielberg's action adventure is most like you. The quiz is really well thought out, accurate (I always knew I was a Velociraptor in another life) and most importantly - loads of fun!

Discover which dinosaur from Jurassic Park you are here:

6. You're Fired! See the very best job exits in movies:

This post is slightly more than a week old BUT it's a great example of a fantastic post you don't want to miss out on. Nicholas Staniforth gives his list of ultimate bad ass job exits... and it's awesome!

Check it out here:

7. Heartbreaking news on The Last Starfighter reboot (but an amazing fan made trailer!)

It's not all good news for fans of The Last Starfighter, but there is a truly great consolation prize. Creator Tim Gonzales gives you an overview of the likelihood of rebooting the franchise as he also shares an unmissable fan made trailer. If you're a fan of the original, this is your must-see post this week.

Check it out here:

8. A great post for gamers: Batman: Arkham Knight's villain!

If you're in to gaming, you're probably a big fan of the incredible Arkham series. Here Adonis Gonzalez speculates who will be the villain in the new addition to the epic gaming franchise.

Check out his thoughts here:

9. That kick-ass video of a VERY young Batman vs Superman:

Move aside, Christian Bale!
Move aside, Christian Bale!

While we may have to wait over a year until Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice hits theatres, Moviepilot creator and superdad Kurtis Korwan has shared the next best thing - kick ass kids playing Batman and Superman! What's even cooler is that Kurtis and his kids are actually the creators of the video!

Check it out here:

10. An incredible Sci-Fi short:

Last (but certainly not least) is the Gravity-esque short film MIS-DROP. The article, posted by director Ferand Peek, shows a really impressive science fiction short that is a must see for any fan of the genre.

Check it out here:

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Thanks for reading guys! I really hope you've enjoyed these amazing posts just as much as we did!


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