After the smashing box office success of "Puss in Boots" (2011), movie director Guillermo del Toro started making a sequel "Puss in Boots 2: Nine Lives & 40 Thieves", which should have been out early this year. However, the movie takes much longer than planned, and is still in the early production stages. The move release date was rescheduled for December 21, 2018. "This time we are making a sort of a 'spaghetti western' and taking Puss in a completely exotic land," says del Toro.
"Puss in Boots" became the most successful box office movie after "The Lion King" (1994) where the main movie characters are animals.
Take any famous movie and turn it into a cat movie by changing its main characters for cats.
Many thanks to Bmore for the themepost.
Illegal immigration is getting out of hand on the U.S.-Mexico border so much that Americans started a series of anti-illegal immigration demonstrations near the border and are blocking the buses with illegal immigrants. What's more, a bunch of LEGAL immigrants are joining Americans in these demonstrations. Republicans are trying to press hard on Obama to take actions against the flow of illegal immigrants to the US.
Unless the flow of illegal immigrants from Mexico to the US stops, America will somehow have to adapt to its new "citizens". Today we will show how such cultural adaptation might go through movies. Take any famous movie and show how it would be different if it were made ABOUT illegal immigrants, BY illegal immigrants, or FOR illegal immigrants (from Mexico).
Many thanks to GarRobMil for the themepost.
June 1 is Children's Day recognized in many countries to honor children globally and promote their well-being. Before the 20th century, high mortality among children, child labor, and little to no rights in the society made childhood something you "survive" not enjoy. It all started changing rapidly in the beginning of the 20th century. These days childhood gives little responsibilities but many rights... children can even sue their parents if they feel their rights are not fully respected (where's my iPhone, mom?) :)
To honor children on Children's Day, take any movie and turn it into a children's movie. Change actors
into children (or even babies) or puppets, add pacifiers, rubber
duckies, toys, etc. These are just some ideas.
Many thanks to LunaC for the themepost.
Hollywood style icon Audrey Hepburn would have been 85 today. Forever young and beautiful in "Funny Face," "Roman Holiday," and "Breakfast at Tiffany's," - that's how Hepburn is remembered. However she still looked gorgeous in her older days - as seen in the themepost.
In celebration of what would have been Audrey Hepburn's 85th birthday, photoshop her in any movies where she did not get a chance to play. E.g. if she were alive and young nowadays which box office hits would benefit from Audrey playing the leading roles?
Martial artist, actor and comedian, Jackie Chan celebrated his 60th birthday on Monday. Jackie Chan was born to a poor family in China, and his parents wanted to give him up for adoption because they could not afford to raise him nor could they even afford the hospital bill. However, after hearing from relatives who decided to help financially, Jackie's parents agreed to keep him and worked hard to raise him in Hong Kong and later in Australia where they relocated. Chan studied martial arts and acting in China Drama Academy. Upon graduation (he was 17), Jackie started acting as a stuntman in Bruce Lee movies. He soon started getting his own first roles in Hong Kong movies and became very famous in Asia. However, it was not until 90s when Chan became a true Hollywood icon with his comedy hits Rush Hour, Shanghai Noon, and their sequels. Jackie is one of the very few actors that does most of his movie stunts by himself and has massive number of scars to prove it. Chan's on-screen fighting technique became very famous - he loves to use furniture in his fights. His Chinese name means "Cannonball."
For his 60th birthday, let's show Jackie Chan in the movies where he did not act, or create sequels to the movies where he did act.
Many thanks to mrmo2 for the themepost.