Twitter users are updating film and TV titles with puns to make them internet-themed
Planet of the Apps, anyone?
What better way to blow off steam on a Friday night than to come together on Twitter to make some brilliant film puns?
That’s what Twitter users have been doing with the hashtag #InternetAFilmOrTVShow, transforming some of the greats of the silver screen into more modern movies.
Nanny McAfee.#InternetAFilmOrTVShow— Guess Who 👀 (@neilt76) March 9, 2018
Get the idea?
If Pixar hadn’t had to funds to bring Finding Nemo to life…
Crowdfunding Nemo #InternetAFilmOrTVShow— Richard Pulsford (@RichardPulsford) March 9, 2018
This would just be a film about Earth.
#InternetAFilmOrTVShow Planet of the Apps— Selina Francis. (@Selinacandygirl) March 9, 2018
That day Ferris Bueller decided to stay off the internet.
In which James Bond’s biggest problem is his outdated modem.
Bringing soap operas into the 21st century.
Coronation tweet #InternetAFilmOrTVShow— Ellie Parker (@EllieFParker) March 9, 2018
In a way, a butler is like an old-fashioned search engine.
A train however, really isn’t.
#internetafilmortvshow Thomas The Search Engine— Jackie (The Hoppit) (@i_froggo) March 9, 2018