What 11 Movies Would Look Like If They Were Re-Filmed Today

0
521

Re-watching our favourite movies might help us tune out our anxieties when we are worried or have challenges in our lives. Knowing who the villain is or that the big romantic kiss is coming up can be soothing, especially for folks who are anxious. However, viewing the same movie over and over can become tedious after a while, and an excellent plot surprise would be if the characters in the movies aged with time.

That’s why, with the help of our Photoshop experts, we compared how vintage movies would look if they were re-shot today with the same performers, but aged. Warning: you’re about to be hit by a wave of nostalgia.

1. Top Gun (1986) — Kelly McGillis and Tom Cruise

© East News
© East News© ALBERTO PIZZOLI/AFP/East News© Victoria Will/Invision/AP/East News

2. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) — Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet

© East News
© East News© Invision/Invision/East News© Invision/Invision/East News

3. Seven (1995) — Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman

© New Line Cinema/Courtesy Everett Collection/East News
© New Line Cinema/Courtesy Everett Collection/East News© Invision/Invision/East News© Invision/Invision/East News

4. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002) — Sean Astin and Elijah Wood

© EAST NEWS
© EAST NEWS© Eyepix Images/The Grosby Group/Grosby Group/East News© Courtesy Everett Collection/East News

5. The Godfather (1972) — Al Pacino

© East News
© East News© Invision/Invision/East News

6. Léon (1994) — Jean Reno and Natalie Portman

© East News
© East News© Damian KLAMKA/East News© Invision/Invision/East News

7. P.S. I Love You (2007) — Hilary Swank and Gerard Butler

© East News
© East News© Invision/Invision/East News© ARMimage/The Grosby Group/Grosby Group/East News

8. Maid in Manhattan(2002) — Jennifer Lopez and Ralph Fiennes

© East News
© East News© Invision/Invision/East News© Stuart Hardy/ABACAPRESS.COM/Abaca/East News

9. Something’s Gotta Give (2003) — Keanu Reeves and Diane Keaton

© Columbia Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection/East News
© Columbia Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection/East News© Invision/Invision/East News© FR34727 AP/Associated Press/East News

10. The Silence of the Lambs(1991) — Scott Glenn and Jodie Foster

© EAST NEWS
© EAST NEWS© VALERIE MACON/AFP/East News© VALERY HACHE/AFP/East News

11. The Legend of Zorro (2005) — Catherine Zeta-Jones and Antonio Banderas

© Columbia Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection/East News
© Columbia Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection/East News© face to face/FaceToFace/REPORTER/East News© Invision/Invision/East News

Which of these films would you like to see remade? Do you believe they’d be as good as the originals?

Preview photo credit Columbia Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection/East Newsface to face/FaceToFace/REPORTER/East NewsInvision/Invision/East News