The Tim Burton series has increased interest in trips to Bucharest by 55 percent
If you die in the Game Boy version of the holiday staple, the Wet Bandits kill Kevin and hang his lifeless body from a hook for all to see
Your clothes. Take off your clothes.
Nanjiani thinks that ‘woke’ Hollywood has been whitewashing villains
Epic flops abound.
Netflix, Warner Bros
Ah, the power of art and entertainment! From the silver screen to the stage, from the canvas to the pages of a book, the way these two worlds intersect can be truly magical. It’s no secret that many of our favorite films, television shows, and musicals have been inspired by art, literature, and even real-life events. But what about the reverse? How many of our beloved works of art have been inspired by the entertainment industry? From the iconic “A Whole New World” from Disney’s Aladdin to the unforgettable dance scene in Wednesday, the influence of entertainment on art is undeniable. This list is a celebration of the many ways in which art and entertainment, among other things, have inspired each other. From Elizabeth Gilbert’s dive bar article inspiring the movie ‘Coyote Ugly’ to Christopher Reeve inspiring the beloved ‘Aladdin’ song ‘A Whole New World’, these stories are sure to surprise and delight. So, without further ado, let us dive into this list of fascinating stories. Enjoy!
HBO, Paramount Pictures
Netflix, Wiki Commons
Republic Records, Netflix
Bruce Alan Bennett/Shutterstock, Wiki Commons
Far Out Magazine
Warner Bros., Diane Arbus
The Art Newspaper
Warner Bros. Pictures, René Magritte
Far Out Magazine
A24, Warner Bros.
Universal Pictures, Columbia Pictures
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution, GQ
Los Angeles Times
Barenaked Ladies (Official)/YouTube
Lucasfilm, Wiki Commons
Disney, Warner Bros.
Netflix, The Royal Society/Wiki Commons
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