By Just Changing One Letter in the Title, These Movies Took on...

By Just Changing One Letter in the Title, These Movies Took on New Meanings.

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For marketing purposes, products and entertainment and websites need a catchy name and a memorable image. Blogger and artist Austin Light is well aware of this. His love of pop culture and media combined into a funny series that explores what might happen if just one letter was dropped from the titles of some famous movies.

Of all things to be inspired by, Light was inspired by typos of famous movie titles he saw while on Reddit, and created illustrations for the movies that might have been if the typos were the real titles. The result is a bizarre parallel world of film, where Angelina Jolie is a Twi”lek and dogs work as hitmen. Of course, Ron Swanson is pretty much a superhero in our world, so there”s that.

Light provided synopses of these imaginary movies in his original post, but we”ll leave you to come up with the new plots.

1. The Fat and the Furious

The Fat and the Furious

2. O Bother, Where Art Thou?

O Bother, Where Art Thou?

3. Alen

Alen

4. Dive

Dive

5. Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hoe

Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hoe

This picture could have been very different, no?

6. Harry Otter

Harry Otter

7. Finding Emo

Finding Emo

8. T

T

9. Men

Men

10. Ron Man

Ron Man

11. Mr. and Mrs. Sith

Mr. and Mrs. Sith

12. OboCop

OboCop

13. Jurassic Par

Jurassic Par

14. Pollo 13

Pollo 13

15. Fight Cub

Fight Cub

16. Pup Fiction

Pup Fiction

(A Reservoir Dogs joke would be too easy.)

17. Beauty and the Beat

Beauty and the Beat

18. Rave

Rave

19. Raining Day

Raining Day

I would probably go see a good number of these if they were real. Or I”d at least wait for them to come out on Netflix.

Via MyModernMet|Austin Light