Yet another creative hashtag is getting Twitter users to post their hilarious creations. Yesterday, we were treated to #RejectedPairings, now we have #SoftenAFilm.
The trending hashtag has users take a scary or negative movie title and transforming it into something happier and friendlier. For example, American Sniper would become American Snuggler
— Jeff Ayars (@JeffAyars) May 20, 2015
Jaws to Paws, Snakes On A Plane to Puppies On A Plane….
You get the idea. #SoftenAFilm
Even celebrities are getting in on the fun, like Zach Braff who took a jab at the newly released action movie, Mad Max.
#SoftenAFilm "Mildy Perturbed Max"
— Zach Braff (@zachbraff) May 20, 2015
Even brands and company profiles took their shot at a pun. For example, Benefit Cosmetics took one thriller straight to Sesame Street.
Nightmare on Elmo Street #SoftenAFilm
— Benefit Cosmetics UK (@BenefitUK) May 20, 2015
Although some could argue this would be even scarier. Just envision an enraged Elmo with a knife. #nightmare
It wasn’t just horror and thriller films that get the softening treatment. Some transformed naughtier titles, such as Debbie Does Dallas.
Debbie has a Pleasant Conversation with Dallas #SoftenAFilm
— B.R.Eddings (@bryceeddings) May 20, 2015
Of course, some do-gooder Twitter users took #SoftenAFilm to the next level by creating a photo to go with their suggestions.
What if Godzilla was just looking for directions?
— Virgin Media (@virginmedia) May 20, 2015
What if Brad Pitt instigated a giant pillow fight?
— Tom McAuliffe (@TomMcAuliffe) May 20, 2015
Even the iconic classics weren’t safe.
The GoodFather pic.twitter.com/NMTmmv764t
— Superman (@SupermanTweets) May 20, 2015
Say hello to my little friend…
— Shrednek :bluetickemoji: (@Shrednek) May 20, 2015
What film would you choose? Hurry and tweet it, make sure use #SoftenAFilm. Don’t forget to tag us, @SocialNewsDaily!