A Merchant of Venice starring Vin Diesel and Katherine Heigl, for example

I thought I would post a fun game that my friends and I created a while back.

The reason for this are that I felt the world would benefit from this fun and easy game. It’s perfect for road trips, or just hanging out.  The other reason is that I’m starved for blog ideas.

Here’s the game in a nutshell. You have to come up with a movie, and then come up with an actor who is not in that movie, and then come up with another actor who is not in said movie and who has never been in a movie with the first actor you named. You then state “x movie staring x actor and x actor. ” The funny part is imagining such a production with the actors you’ve conjured.  It helps if the actors you name have no chance of EVER appearing in the movie or anything like it, AND have little to no chance of appearing in a movie with each other.

The title to this blog is an example of this. Here are some more:

Judge Judy and Judge Reinhold in Daddy Day Care

Arsenio Hall and Dame Judy Dench in Nights in Rodanthe

Samuel L. Jackson and Rob Scheider in Pride and Prejudice

Clint Eastwood and Juliette Binoche in Kindergarten Cop (that actually sounds awesome).

Arnold Schwarzenneger and Denzel Washington in The Importance of Being Earnest

Rupert Evererett and Gary Coleman in The Matrix

and so on and so forth…

Please feel free to post your own contributions in the comments.

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~ by aeqvitas on March 22, 2009.

One Response to “A Merchant of Venice starring Vin Diesel and Katherine Heigl, for example”

  1. THE FOUNTAINHEAD with Eddie Murphy and Mae West.

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