It's a muttsterpiece! Dog and his human pal reenact movies

A man reenacts romantic scenes from "Spider-Man," "Ghost," "The Hunger Games," "The Graduate," and other films with his boss' dog.

Wrigley the dog makes a wish in this memorable scene reenacted from the hit movie "Sixteen Candles." (Click to enlarge.) Redditor mmsspp/Universal Pictures

For those people who believe their favorite movies like "Spider-Man" and "The Hunger Games" would be better if dogs replaced the lead characters, you're in for a treat.

Redditor mmsspp borrowed his boss' dog Wrigley to recreate iconic scenes in some unlikely movies. Many of his photos reenact romantic moments in "Titanic," "Ghost," "Brokeback Mountain," "The Notebook," and "Top Gun," which makes for some rather awkward portraits.

"My boss brings her dog Wrigley to work every day, and for the past month we've been reenacting romance scenes from movies," mmsspp wrote on his Reddit page. "It all started with a stupid 'Titanic' photo, but things escalated quickly."

The romantic scenes might seem out of place, but there's a kind of light-hearted whimsy in reenacting the uplifting dance scene in "Dirty Dancing" that makes up for it. Nobody puts Wrigley in a corner!

Nobody puts Wrigley in a corner thanks to this scene reenacted from "Dirty Dancing." (Click to enlarge.) Redditor mmsspp/Vestron Pictures

(Via Buzzfeed)

About the author

Crave freelancer Bonnie Burton is the best-selling author of "The Star Wars Craft Book" and host of the Web show "Geek DIY." When she's not writing or vlogging about sci-fi pop culture, robot fighters, and taco-delivery drones, she enjoys acting out Benedict Cumberbatch replicant fantasies with her Admiral Sackbar puppet. E-mail Bonnie.


Discuss It's a muttsterpiece! Dog and his human pal...

Conversation powered by Livefyre

This week on CNET News
Hot Products
Trending on CNET

CNET's top picks

9 vacuums you need to see

We’ve selected a variety of vacuums that offer something extraordinary – from a fantastically sturdy upright to a low-key bot with Roomba-level performance.