Monday, July 26, 2010

Impossible celebrity couples

I just found an entertaining website (Worth1000), that seems to frequently have photoshop contests. I found one contest with the name of "Impossible celebrity couples", which proved to have a lot of amusing photoshopped pictures! Not all were that skilled, but a lot of them were: here's a couple of my favorites.

Audrey Hepburn and Justin Timberlake by claudia.

Buster Keaton and Tara Reid by controlfreak.

Charlize Theron and Charles Bickford by Mandrak.

Clark Gable and Madonna by Shorra.

Claudia Schiffer and Peter Sellers by Mandrak.

Eddie Murphy and Bette Davis by emilliom.

Elijah Wood and Jean Arthur by carmsie.

George Clooney and Elizabeth Taylor by juicebx75.

George Clooney and Grace Kelly by hank101.

Humphrey Bogart and Scarlett Johansson by MarcusBCS.

John Wayne and Heath Ledger by mzpresto.

Johnny Depp and Ingrid Bergman by frank1956.

Laurence Olivier and Scarlett Johansson by oilcorner.

Madonna and Fred Astaire by getuchito.

Marilyn Monroe and Jeff Goldblum by Errorquetzal.

Oliver Hardy and Mel Gibson by hechtal.

Robert Downey Jr and Joan Crawford by pcysmith.

W.C. Fields and Kirsten Dunst by pcysmith.

Woody Allen and Marilyn Monroe by Heztone.

And the most gruesome, but clever:

Vincent Price and Gwyneth Palthrow by NomeDaBoy.


C.K. Dexter Haven said...

Imagine my surprise when what I thought was Billy Jack (look him up) turned out to be Justin Timberlake.

And who's Tara Reid? (I don't want to know).

Gloria James said...

I love these couples (L)

kalli said...

These made me laugh. Thanks for that!

Nicole said...

Haha those are pretty funny but I thought the George Clooney and Grace Kelly one worked really well. Lol

Christopher said...

pretty cool..Charlize Theron and Charles Bickford look the most natural....and strangely Ollie and Mel

The Divine Miss J said...

Lovley! I just want to sit down and do a couple of myself and that handsome devil of a man Mr Price! :)(Yes my taste in men is sick and twisted and just fab)

Chris Edwards said...

I'm biased in favour of the silent stars, but I love that perfect line of sight from Buster's eyes to Tara's boobs.

Lolita said...

C. K. Dexter Haven:
I bet you have had the blessing of avoiding American Pie! I hate Tara Reid, but the photoshopping of the photo is awesome.

Gloria James:
I thought they might entertain!

You welcome, hon ;)

That's some pretty good work, all right!

Haha, I thought John Wayne and Heath Ledger were pretty cute!

The Divine Miss J:
Oh, you and I should have a competition on who has the most wicked taste for men!

Chris Edwards:
"That's entertainment!"

Darsh said...

I remember a few years ago Worth 1000 had a competition "Animals Gone Bad" and somebody had a picture of two panda bear pilots from inside a cockpit of a plane about to crash into the World Trade Center. I laughed for a long time about that.

Lolita said...

Is it okay to joke about it now? Of course, in Sweden jokes like that easily get the laughs, but I don't think I dare to say anything about my giggling in my blog with mostly American readers! ;)

C.K. Dexter Haven said...

Darsh: Wow...such insensitivity over a fairly recent atrocity. I can't wait to read your Holocaust jokes.

You're either A) Young B) Ignorant or C) Stupid

I'm betting on all three.

Lolita: Sweden's come a long way since Raoul Wallenberg, hasn't it? What's going on in Sweden these days for 9/11 to be the target of derisive laughter? Hatred of George W. Bush? No problem there. Hatred of Americans? We're used to it. But to laugh at the dead who were slaughtered? That's just plain sickening.

I'm outta here.

Jacqueline T Lynch said...

Quality of the photos is impressive. The match-ups are funny, but I'd have to agree with Nicole that the one with Clooney and Kelly seems to work really well.

Lolita said...

C. K. Dexter Haven:
I would guess the Estonia catastrophe would be kind of equal. And it's pure sense that the jokes aren't to laugh at dead - at least I can't believe anyone would do that. Maybe I'm naïve. But a brief referential joke to the situation in whole can't be that bad, can it? Anyway, for safety's sake I don't joke about the subject myself.
As for Darsh, I can only speak for myself.

I agree :)

Lolita said...

About the two panda bears, i interpreted it as a play with words. The two pandas "gone bad" could as well have been on the Titanic two feet away from an iceberg, eating ice cream a sunny day with the Tjernobyl meltdown in the background or in the peaceful town of Hiroshima with a bomb about to hit the ground. Wrong place at the wrong time, kind of thing.
But maybe I was wrong, and it was a joke meant to support terrorism.

Courtney said...

I'm still having some good small laughs at the Heath Ledger/John Wayne one. Good stuff.
Some of these are quite spectacular.

crissy red said...

i sure miss our golden age stars and its almost morbid how cool these images are! love it

Anonymous said...

Hey bud. Making John Wayne a queer. Methinks you went a bit to far,dawg. I hate it,but if it's done in fun ,and not meant to ridicule,it's pretty funny. That goes for pretty much everything in life. Laugh with a man ,not at him, and we can all get along.