2-Year-Old Son And His Parents Recreate Famous Movie Scenes Using Cardboard Boxes
Sometimes what you need to get creative is just a pile of cardboard boxes and a baby, who needs to be entertained. This is exactly what inspired Leon Mackie and Lilly Lang to recreate their favorite film scenes after moving into their new home.
A young couple with a baby on their hands recently moved from Melbourne to Sydney, Australia, and got left with a lot of spare cardboard boxes. The boxes were a perfect source of inspiration for some astonishing things that were about to happen. Lilly and Leon are passionate cinephiles, so they didn’t take long to come up with an idea to bring most memorable moments from their favorite films back to life, except this time starring their 2-year-old son.
The beautiful initiative to have a quality family time became an inspirational project titled Cardboard Box Office and a source for quite a successful weblog. The adorable couple and the little one have already re-enacted such movie classics as Alien (Bubbalien), Jurassic Park (Goo-Goo Gaa-Gaa-Rassic Park), Castaway (Castababy), and Jaws (“You’re Gonna Need A Bigger Baby…”).
Leon and Lilly update their collection every week, so be sure to stay tuned!
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Game Of Thrones
E.t. : The Extra Terrestrial
Lord Of The Rings
"My momma always said that life is like a box of chocolates"
The Addams Family
The Force Awakens
The Shawshank Redemption
Temple Of Doom
Return Of The Jedi
The Grand Budapest Hotel
The Lion King
Lets just hope he dosent text the way he did in the movie.
First prize at the "Inventive Design Awards": Using a bonbon wrapper as laser sparks. Incredible!
The Neverending Laundry
Pirates Of The Caribbean
Honey, I Shrunk The Kids
Wow, Bryce Dallas Howard it is. But the dino looks like a Vogon from the latest Hitchhiker's Guide movie.
Dumb And Dumber
Back To The Future
The Hateful Eight
Back To The Future
This is great. Hoverboard, shoes, cap, time, mom's costume. But who wore a strainer on his head in BTTF? Furthermore, it's rather Part II. Still, no strainer.