The Rise Of Cinematic Universes

I'm sure it is only a matter of time...
I’m sure it is only a matter of time…

Recently, it was announced that a new Scooby Doo movie would launch a Hanna-Barbera cinematic universe.  We also know that the Men in Black/21 Jump Street movie is supposed to actually happen.

Basically, that means that anything can be a cinematic universe these days.  While sitting around the Gabbing Geek Editorial Office, I came up with a few of my own.  See them after the cut.  Hollywood, feel free to use these for a small piece of the gross.  Not the net.  I won’t be screwed over that way.

Steel Magnolias  Die Hard

Mad Max Goes To Madagascar.

Black Swan in a  Nightmare on Elm Street

Sesame Street Invasion of The Birds

The Adventures of Rocky Balboa and Bullwinkle and Jimmy Impossible

Aliens Vs Flintstones

Washington, Plimpton, Wayne, and Kent: the meeting of the Marthas.

The Adventures of Ryan Garcia Across The 8th Dimension

Krull Sucks And Nobody Wants To Be In An Expanded Universe With It. P.S. The Beast’s mother was named Martha.

Sherlock John Holmes

Boogie Baywatch Nights

Indiana Jones and the Lost American Idol

Chariots Of Hunger Games: Catching Fire

Garfield 3: Now With Cumberbatch

The Goonies Visit Downton Abbey

The Iron Giant Learns The Secret Of NIMH

Game of Thrones: Smurfs and Lanisters edition

How Stella Got Mad As Hell And Wouldn’t Take It Anymore

Tyler Perry’s Ernest Saves Christmas

Martha (Kent) (Peppermint Patty and) Marcy May (Parker) Marlene (Dietrich)

Abbot and Costello Meet Bambi and Godzilla

Clerks vs Horrible Bosses

King Kong Al Bundy

Willy Wonka and the Fugitive

Easy Rider Through Pan’s Labyrinth

Watson Did It: The Real Killer In Clue

Barton Fink and the Temple of Doom

The Adventures of Robin Hood and Tarzan

Being John Malkovich on Gilligan’s Island

Silence of Sherry Lewis and Lambchop

Terminator 2: Day of the Triffids

Fear the Walking Dead Inside The Matrix

Harry Potter and the Count of Monty Cristo

The Angry Orange Is The New Orphan Black

Ryan wandered through at that point, and had what was probably the best one:  Alexander Hamilton and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Duel

You are welcome, Hollywood.

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