Following on from the Recreating the Movie featuring Jurassic Park (and the car) I figured this one from inside the cinema was perfect for Jurassic World getting to hold a dinosaur 😂 felt more World like given the plot and how everything was changing within that world! So here you have my recreating the movie for Jurassic World!
When heading to the cinema to see Jurassic World Dominion they had plenty of different Dinosaur themed items and this was the perfect time to get a photo with a Jurassic Park inspired car, I mean come on doesn’t it go well with my “I Survived Jurassic Park” t-shirt (from Zavvi) so here I my recreating the movie Jurassic Park!
(Thank you Cineworld Boldon)
I suddenly had an amazing idea, following my Die Hard recreating the movie last Christmas Eve this year I have managed to get more Christmas films involved. Thanks to my new Grinch Christmas hat, Elf bedding and then the Home Alone and Batman Returns POP figures.
Is it my most epic one yet?
Here you go a Christmas special of recreating the movie, couldn’t resist getting this jumper when I saw it online! Die Hard is a Christmas Movie I mean come on it has HO HO HO going on with Bruce Willis kicking ass!
Remember remember the 5th of November . . .
Seems very appropriate for two reasons. Today is the 5th of November, in the UK we are entering lockdown take 2 and the face covering seemed so necessary! Which made for a new instalment of Recreating the Movie!Read More »
Tonight I went back to the cinema after almost 18 incredibly long weeks and went to see The Dark Knight for the fourth time on the big screen but the very first time in IMAX. With so many more home viewings over the past 12 years since its release in 2008, it felt like the perfect film to welcome the cinema back into my life, had to go to Odeon with Cineworld pushing the opening date back to the end of this month. Although for IMAX I have to visit Odeon, it is only the third time I have seen a film in IMAX and it really is the most incredible way to watch a film.
Anyway for recreating the movie and the occasion of The Joker in his IMAX glory I purchased this snood/face mask for the film and here is my attempt of being the joker! I am certainly looking forward to using it during the winter for my runs!
This recreating the movie moment was not something that I had even thought about myself. A story is behind this one as Marathon Talk a podcast has a kit around the world challenge, wearing the kit around the world!
When in Chicago I was trying to find a great location for a catalogue pose in my Trust the Process Run t-shirt. I decided on the Skydeck in Willis Tower . . .
When Martin Yelling was doing this feature on the podcast he likened the location to that in Charlie and the Chocolate factory with the elevator scene! So I have to not only thank him but also be happy to have another addition to the recreating the movie section! Totally by accident and something I hadn’t even thought of 😂
Whenever I go anywhere now I always try to find some film locations to visit and on my first trip to Chicago (for the marathon) I managed to get a rather epic film location, which was a big trek but for the photos more than worth it that’s for sure!
Here you have it the Home Alone house! I am not sure if Kevin was still left inside or if the Wet Bandits were circulating the neighbourhood?
This could be my most epic post as part of Recreating the Movie yet!
Thanks to comic con and quite possibly the best £2 I will ever spend I bring you the latest in the recreating the movie posts with E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial!
Before Disney realised that it was actually a great idea to sell costumes, back in the 90s and for Christmas one year my Auntie actually made me my very own Pocahontas outfit! I had actually promised to post this photo when I reviewed the film (here) therefore when I came across this photo this morning I had to double check to see if I had posted this in my Recreated the Movie feature!
It also comes as a small tribute to my Nanna Darling who passed away six years ago today! Forever RIP to the gorgeous woman who reminded me of Joan Collins ❤️