Fun Finds: 'Paul' Stars Re-Create 'Star Wars,' Plus 'Sucker Punch,' 'Ferris Bueller,' and More

The past couple of days have yielded some great fan-made mash-ups. We present to you a super-sized edition of Fun Finds.

First off, is a mash-up of Wile E. Coyote in the James Franco arm-severing drama 127 Hours. Following the usual skits that never work out as intended, Wile E. manages to free himself, although, as usual The Road Runner gets the last laugh. Check out the short below:


With less than a week to go before the highly-anticipated Warner Bros.-Zack Snyder sci-fi action extravaganza that is Sucker Punch, a fan has given Disney princesses a badass edge in a mash-up of the official trailer and scenes from various Disney movies. Check it out below.



Also, Apple trailers has debuted this animated short promoting Sucker Punch. Titled, “The Trenches,” the official synopsis says, "In Sucker Punch, the girls face off against an army of mechanized WWI soldiers. Through the use of clockwork and steam technology, human soldiers who die in battle are reanimated and sent back to the front lines. Although seemingly indistinguishable and soulless, the zombie army is not just made of gears and steam, but also of human flesh, bone, and memory. In "The Trenches" there is a tragic tale behind each lifeless mask.” Check out the short below and let us know what you think.

CollegeHumor debuts a skit featuring Paul stars Simon Pegg and Nick Frost as the two attempt to re-create a scene from Star Wars. With Pegg dressed as C3PO and Frost as R2D2, the two can’t seem to agree on anything and hilarity ensues in the clip below.




Finally, if you ever wondered what an 80’s classic would look like if it were transformed into a modern indie movie trailer, then you’re in luck! With a somber soundtrack building throughout the two minutes, Ferris Bueller's Day Off takes on a completely different tone. Check out the fan-made trailer below.


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