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Precious Children + Famous Movie Characters = Awesomeness (PHOTOS)

Captain Jack Sparrow

More like Captain Jack Sparrow's first mate, but still

You would think a movie complex awesome enough to boast large and comfortable seats, two out of six theaters with 3D digital technology, and online seat booking wouldn’t need to do much advertising.

But the new movie theater in Praia de Belas Shopping Center in Brazil is so awesome that it’s advertising nonetheless. Ad agency Glocalcomm developed a series of print ads featuring kids as classic adult movie characters in an effort to remind “moviegoers of a fun, playful and adventurous cinematic world,” according to My Modern Metropolis.

The effect? Total awesomeness. Take a look:


  • Forrest Gump 1 of 6
    Forrest Gump
    If life is like a box of chocolate, why do I have a suitcase instead of a box of chocolate. Because I'd much rather have the chocolate. Duh.
  • Edward Scissorhands 2 of 6
    Edward Scissorhands
    No running with scissors allowed. Damn.
  • Captain Jack Sparrow 3 of 6
    Captain Jack Sparrow
    More like first mate than captain.
  • Cruella de Vil 4 of 6
    Cruella de Vil
    Can we keep them?! Can we keep them?!
  • Indiana Jones 5 of 6
    Indiana Jones
    He has a whip and he knows how to use it.
  • Neytiri 6 of 6
    Neytiri
    Lock up your sons.

Photo credits: Marcelo Nunes/Globalcomm

Source: My Modern Metropolis (via Peta Pixel)

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