John Green of Mental Floss is back with another list - and this time, it's movies that unfortunately (or in some cases, fortunately) never saw the light of day.
From David Lynch directing a Star Wars film to a version of 'The Lord Of The Rings' starring The Beatles (no, really), click play for a dose of fascinating cinema trivia.
(Via Laughing Squid)
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World War G: The Gay Apocalypse
The trailer for Brad Pitt's zombie movie 'World War Z' gets a hilarious, topical twist that would terrify all conservative Americans.
Shown at the 2013 Independent Spirit Awards, this trailer starred the awards host Andy Samberg - and spoofed exactly the kind of films the ceremony rewards.
The Great Catsby
What do you get when you mix The Great Gatsby with The Aristocats? Why this wonderful trailer, of course!
Titanic: The Sequel
As one journey ends, another begins...
The Great American Bake Off
George Clooney IS Paul Hollywood. Tina Fey IS Sue Perkins. IN... The Hollywood take on Britain's favourite baking show.
Teresa - The Making Of A Saint
As featured in 'How To Lose Friends and Alienate People' - Megan Fox at her most Irish and nun-like.
Every Romantic Comedy Ever
Meet this girl! She's about to fall in love with this guy! And so on.
Wayne Rooney's Skyfall
By our very own HuffPost UK Comedy team: our dream Bond is Rooney. Wayne Rooney.
Edgar Wright's contribution to Tarantino's film 'Grindhouse', this Hammer Horror spoof features Simon Pegg and Nick Frost and a voiceover by Will Arnett. Marvellous.
When Harry Met Sally 2
As imagined by Funny Or Die, and starring Billy Crystal... with Helen Mirren.
Daria, starring Aubrey Plaza
Who better to play acerbic brunette Daria than acerbic brunette 'Parks And Recreation' star Aubrey Plaza?
The Great Fergie
Leonardo DiCaprio is Sir Alex Ferguson... but who's Carey Mulligan playing?
As seen in 'Scary Movie' - a sequel to Spielberg's slavery movie, with added shades of 'Titanic'...
Home Without, Marleqta
In which just about every single American indie movie cliche gets spoofed. Wonderfully.
One Direction's 'This Is Us': The Hobbit Version
Well, they have been on an extraordinary journey, haven't they?