Throughout cinematic history, there have been certain scenes that have been deemed iconic for numerous reasons. From the raptor scene in Jurassic Park to the boulder chase scene in Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark, there are many moments that have stuck with us over the years.
But what if you were to take these scenes and mash them together? That is exactly what Photoshop wizard Pixelfaker has done, and the results are absolutely hilarious. I know you’re itching to see them, so let’s not waste anymore time.
The legendary sorting hat scene from Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone is one that everyone will know—if you don’t, what are you doing with your life? Here, we see the loveable albeit rather dim Mr. Bean getting sorted into one of the four Hogwarts houses. Hmm, Hufflepuff, I think…
When cinema-goers watched college professor-come-adventurer Indiana Jones swipe the golden idol from the temple at the beginning of Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark, they were enthralled. However, something seems a little off here. Did the idol always look like that?
While The Wizard of Oz came out some time ago, the majority of you will be familiar with Tony Stark, aka Iron Man. I think Tony took a wrong turn when going back in time to retrieve the Space Stone…
All E.T. wanted to do is phone home. And while he does make it back with the help of a young child, I think the task was probably best left to Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones, don’t you?
This mashup is a total disaster waiting to happen. Spoiler alert: Bruce Willis is a ghost. And who catches ghosts? Yeah, enough said.
If like me you can’t get through UP without sobbing at least five times, then high-five. I think, however, that if Carl Fredricksen had opened his door to two TIE fighters coming at him, things would have been a whole lot different. Hey, at least the Millennium Falcon is on his side though.
The film that inspired a generation of naughty kids and practical jokers, Home Alone is a Christmas classic and a lesson in how not to treat your children. I’d like to see Arnie go up against Kevin’s traps. Personally, I think he’d give up.
We all know and love Po, the titular Kung-Fu Panda, and his all-powerful “skadoosh” technique. But can the dragon warrior overcome his biggest challenge yet? Can he break free of this false reality? I mean yeah, probably. Have you seen what he can do with his little finger?
As Forrest Gump once said, “My momma used to say life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.” Well Forrest, I think you’ve got more than you’ve bargained for with Ted there.
Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker is undoubtedly one of the best super villain films to date. Although I do remember this scene going a little differently, don’t you?
From AI-generated cartoon characters to creepy, human-like 3D sculptures, the internet is full of fun takes on cartoons. But have you ever wondered what it would be like if your favourite movies or games invaded each other’s worlds? Imagine if Final Fantasy VII’s Cloud Strife turned up in a Mario game? Or the cast of the Avengers showed up in Adventure Time? What about Disney princesses in Pokémon? Well, look no further as we’ve got you covered. Devianart artist Pavlover has reimagined Disney characters (princesses, princes and villains alike) as Pokémon trainers and even came up with what their team of critters would be based on their powers, personalities and loyal animals that tag along on their adventures. Join us as we guide you through 10 of our favourite mash-ups. Disney-Pokémon TV show, when?
This adorable take on Mulan would make for a perfect Gym Leader (strong trainers in the Pokémon world). The clever use of Drampa, the placid Pokémon or Gyarados, the atrocious Pokémon as the iconic Mushu, and Kricketot as Cri-Kee make her team fit her perfectly. No dishonour on Mulan or her cow here.
Sticky sweet and boasting a Poké-ball lollipop, this Poké-fied version of Vanellope Von Shweetz from Wreck-It Ralph is sure to give you a sugar rush. Swirlix the cotton-candy Pokémon is a perfect fit for her team, as well as the virtual Pokémon Porygon 2 and, most importantly, the glitch Pokémon Missingno, a corrupted Pokémon that can only be obtained by glitching Pokémon Red, Blue and Yellow. Very fitting considering Vanellope is a glitch herself.
Famously portrayed by Angelina Jolie in the 2014 film of the same name, Maleficent would make a perfect member of the Elite 4 (the cream of the crop of Pokémon trainers). Her dark type team fits perfectly, as does her modern gothic outfit. Hydreigon, the brutal Pokémon, matches brilliantly with her iconic dragon form and sums up that this would be a trainer you would not want to meet in a dark alley.
One of Disney’s highly underrated movies from the early 2000s, Atlantis: The Lost Empire follows Milo Thatch as he sets off on a voyage to find the lost city of Atlantis. There, he meets Princess Kida, and as a nobility of an ancient civilisation, her ghost type and ancient fossil Pokémon couldn’t be more of a perfect fit. Notably, her Golurk, the automaton Pokémon, represents the giant metal warriors that protect the city of Atlantis.
Following in Maleficent’s footsteps, Hades from the fan favourite Hercules has a team of ghost and dark-type Pokémon which, as the god of the underworld, makes a lot of sense. This guy could very easily be the head of an evil team harassing a future Pokémon region. And, of course, he would have a shiny Sableye, a one in 8,192 chance encounter in the older Pokémon games. Dramatic or what?
Adorable is the name of the game here, with Ariel looking like May from Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire on a beach holiday, this cutesy rendition of the Little Mermaid protagonist has a party full of water type Pokémon, most importantly a Krabby, the river crab Pokémon, representing Sebastian, Ariel’s crustacean companion. A pretty snappy combination, wouldn’t you agree?
Perfect for a double-battle Gym Leader, sisters Anna and Elsa from the mega-hit film Frozen combine chilly ice type Pokémon and passionate fire types making for a deadly duo. Using both the Alolan and regular forms of Ninetails, the fox Pokémon, and two different evolutions of the series’s secondary mascot Eevee, Glaceon, the fresh snow Pokémon and Flareon, the flame Pokémon, the creatures this pair wield really play into the sisterly bond they share.
Wielding her trusty frying pan, Tangled’s Rapunzel is ready to take on any challenge in her new role as a Pokémon trainer. Accompanied by a Kecleon, the colour swap Pokémon, who represents fan favourite sidekick Pascal the chameleon, as well as a Smeargle, the painter Pokémon, referencing her love of art, Rapunzel has all the friends she needs to make a mark in the Pokémon universe.
Sporting a team of spooky ghost-type Pokémon, Belle will have no trouble bewitching the Beast with this team. Litwick, the candle Pokémon and Klefki, the keyring Pokémon both represent the inanimate objects that come to life during Beauty and the Beast to aid Belle while she is captive in the Beast’s castle. With these ghostly allies, Belle is ready to uncover all the mysteries the Pokémon world has to offer.
Fancy a psychedelic trip down the rabbit hole? Alice has got you covered with her mix of psychic, dark and poison-type Pokémon. Her team represents a few characters in Lewis Carroll’s famous book Alice in Wonderland, with her Buneray, the rabbit Pokémon representing the White Rabbit and Alolan Persian, the classy cat Pokémon taking on the role of the Cheshire Cat. This innocent looking character is anything but, and will confound and impair your Pokémon before you even know what’s happening. So be warned, we’re all mad here…