Interstellar main titles, an iconic ‘80s movie scene and The Duke Days of Summer comprised some of July’s most popular hot spots.

Here are the most-watched videos on Daily Brief last month:

5. CNN Inserts Talent Into Favorite Films for ‘The Movies’

For its latest original series, The Movies, CNN worked with creative agency Stun to recreate this scene from the 1988 film, Big. The duo unveiled a number of similar spots, which insert the network’s talent into iconic movie moments.

4. INSP Fires Up ‘The Duke Days of Summer’

Western-themed streaming network INSP returns to “The Duke Days of Summer” for the fourth year in a row, with a marathon of eight movies featuring John Wayne. The above mash-up culls a few key moments from many.

3. Bigstar Mixes Media for PBS ‘Chasing the Moon’

Bigstar Creative Director John Leamy combined photos, blueprints, news clippings and more to bring these main titles to life for Chasing the Moon. The documentary aired during the 50th anniversary month of the Apollo 11 moon landing.

2. MTV UK Ident Recalls Lazy Summer Days

Working with the concept of ‘boredom,’ Brazilian animator César Pelizer created a decidedly unboring ident for MTV UK.

1. E’s July 4 Marathon Is A ‘National Treasure’

Entertainment network E! took the opportunity of its July 4 movie marathon—featuring National Treasure and National Treasure: Book of Secrets—to do a little self-branding.

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