YouTuber PistolShrimps decided to inject a little Batman into classic movies like Harry Potter and Star Wars. Which is great, because more Batman is always a good thing. But my favorite might be when he replaces Kevin from Home Alone because, well, you'll see...
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The Bottleneck Gallery in Brooklyn, NY recently held a show called "The Gang Is All Here," which featured some great teams from pop-culture. Next up is "Alternate Ending," where artists take some of our favorite films and either change the ending or add a scene to completely alter the ending. Over 50 artists will take part in the new show, which is co-curated with Silver Screen Society and opens this Friday at the gallery. Works that don't sell out at the opening will go on sale December 15 at 12pm eastern. Take a look.
(images via Bottleneck Gallery, additional images via /Film)
We've heard rumors about a MacGyver movie for a while now, but Variety is reporting that Saw director James Wan is in talks to direct the project. Wan might seem like an odd choice to take the helm of a MacGyver movie since the classic television show is about a pacifist trying to save the world through science and quick thinking, and not about gruesome murders and houses full of sadistic traps, but we have our reasons for thinking Wan is a great pick.
Maybe some of you (or us, if we're being honest) was born, um, a few years early to really become part of the target audience for the Harry Potter series. And maybe, we had a different movie franchise directed by Chris Columbus about a precocious boy with mysteriously absent parents, battling an evil bald man. And unexplainable superpowers. Seriously, they might be the same movie.
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When all else fails, a kid can count on one thing to always be there for them: their room. Through painstaking research and innumerable screen grabs, a list of the ultimate kid rooms has been compiled -- all taken from various television sitcoms, cartoons and movies (mostly from the '90s). Some rooms are extravagant in appearance and capability, while others are more simplistic, yet timeless. Let us know if your favorite rooms of yesteryear made the list... or didn’t.
The house from Home Alone, where the most hilarious case of child neglect and aggravated assault ever depicted on film took place, is up for sale for the reasonable price of $2.4 million. According to the Chicago Tribune, the red brick Georgian house in Winnetka, Illinois was bought by John and Cynthia Abendshien in late 1988 for $875,000. The price tage is not only related to the cinematic history of the house, but also because it's a "residential masterpiece."