At FatCatArt, is a website where Zarathustra the cat is put into various works of art. But lately, Zarathustra and other cats branched out from just paintings. Now the cats are taking over the movies.
FatCatArt has created a new video working Zarathustra and other cats into famous movies. And as you would expect, the movies are all greatly improved. These are some of our favorites.
"Luke, I am your father! And also, I'm a cat. Luke, you are half cat. Sorry if this is a lot to take in all at once."
A story about people getting all bent out of shape over a ring? Seems pretty far-fetched. But replace the ring with a cat, and it suddenly all makes sense.
Why is Captain Jack Sparrow running away from the kitties? Sure, they just happen to be giant kitties, but that just means there's even more of them to love.
Cat James Bond and regular James Bond are very similar. Sure, regular Bond gets distracted by beautiful women, but Cat Bond gets distracted by red laser dots. Other than that, they're exactly the same.
"What do they call Fancy Feast in Paris?"
"Well, Fancy Feast is Fancy Feast, but they call it 'le Fancy Feast.'"
"'Le Fancy Feast.' What do they call Meow Mix?"
"I don't know, I didn't go into Burger King."
Like Patrick Swayze says in the movie, "Nobody puts baby in the corner! Because that's where we keep the litter box. Although, I suppose you could put baby in the other corner."
In the regular Titanic movie, Jack draws Rose as she poses nude. But in this version, it's not as big of a deal when Jack draws Rose the cat. Mostly because she's actually been nude the entire time!
As Alfred once said, "Some men want to watch the world burn. And other men aren't actually men, but are cats. And they also want to watch the world burn, but they also want to sleep 15 hours a day."
Why is Sandra Bullock worried about being stranded in space? She's got a cat with her. This should be the greatest time of her life!
The people at FatCatArt even through in a real deep cut for true movie fans. This cat is definitely ready for her close-up. But only if she doesn't stumble upon a piece of yarn before it happens.
So is all of existence really a simulation designed by cats? If so, that actually makes sense. We all know that cats are the ones who are really in control.
Why is E.T. shooting cat heads out of his eyeballs? We're not really sure. But we do know that adding this would make E.T. about a million times better.
Want to see more of the cats in famous movies? Then watch the whole video here. Or visit the website that created it, FatCatArt.