In this surprisingly accurate video, these YouTubers manage to shorten the entire plot of Jurassic World into 90 seconds…and then recreate it with LEGO bricks!
There are certain movie scenes that are so poignant or engaging that you don’t even realize you’re holding your breath while you’re watching it. They become iconic and familiar to pretty much anyone who has seen the movie (and even those who haven’t).
A good film is a true work of cinematic art and, as these images prove, they stay with you long after the credits roll.
American Beauty (1999)
They say that everyone has a twin somewhere in the world. Most of us will never come across that doppelgänger given the vast expanse of the world, but if you’re a celebrity, your face is plastered everywhere and there are thousands of people who think they look like you. But what about people from the past?
Whether it’s a convict from the 1800’s who looks like Justin Timberlake or an ancient pope who looks so much like Sylvester Stallone that you will be amazed, these celebrities have twins from the past that might make you believe in time travel.
Jimmy Fallon and Turkish revolutionist Mahir Cayan
Via: Totally Looks Like
Not only is actor Chris Pratt known as the star of Parks and Rec and Jurassic World, but he’s also known as being one of the coolest guys around.
When he was in the market for a new header for his Facebook page, instead of hiring some fancy designer, he decided to do a contest with his fans (plus, as he puts it, he doesn’t know Photoshop).
He asked only that the image feature his most famous characters — Peter Quill, Owen, Andy, and Emmet — as well as “eagles, American flags, guns, cool ford raptors, cigars, explosions” and “some cool guns or rollerblades,” among his other favorite things.
Along with Pratt noticing (and mentioning) you as the winner, you might also get “a free dinner at Applebee’s or something like that.”
Needless to say, Pratt fans fired up their computers and started creating, and Pratt is personally looking through all the submissions himself. Although the winner is yet to be announced, here’s a selection of the best and weirdest so far, but be sure to visit Pratt’s page to check out the rest — and maybe enter your own.
Most people have at least one celebrity that they like a bit more than the others. Maybe it’s an actor, an athlete, or even a popular singer. Whoever it is, they’re someone you would like to sit down with and share an appetizer with.
Then there are these people — those who took their fandom to a new level by inking that celebrity’s likeness on their skin with a tattoo.
Some are amazing. Some are amazingly weird. We’ll let you judge for yourself.
In 1997, Chris Farley was set to provide the voice of Shrek in the forthcoming movie. He had recorded a full 80% of the dialogue, and the people who had heard his work called it one of his best performances. The story was a little different from the Shrek we know today. The ogre was a mere teenager rebelling against the family business, but by all accounts it was likely to be a hit.
But in December of that year tragedy struck: Farley died of a drug overdose. While the studio considered hiring an impersonator to finish out the film, they decided to replace him with Mike Myers.
No one has seen footage from Farley’s version of Shrek. Until now.
1. Robert Downey, Jr. - $80 million
We all know that the world of Disney is one of fantasy and make believe, but what if the princes from those fairy tales actually came to life?
Finnish artist and designer Jirka Väätäinen answered that question in the most amazingly creative and talented way possible in his latest series of real-life Disney prince illustrations.
He managed to stay true to the animated characters we’ve come to recognize while also making them appear to be completely life-life and believable.
Considering the princesses get made over in various ways, it only seems fitting that the boys get a chance to explore a “whole new world” themselves.
Anyone with kids knows that sometimes…they can be a little weird. Especially when it comes to the things that, for whatever reason, they become absolutely obsessed with.