Rosemary's Baby with Katherine Heigl as Rosemary and Gerard Butler as Guy Woodhouse.
Gone With the Wind, starring Anne Hathaway and Ryan Reynolds, with Tyler Perry as Mammy
Cabaret with Anne Hathaway and Channing Tatum with Eric Stonestreet as the Emcee.
Some Like It Hot, with Owen Wilson, Vince Vaughn, and Zooey Deschanel.
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, with Meryl Streep and Roseanne.
The Graduate 2013, with Zac Efron and Jennifer Aniston.
All About Eve
Margot = Jennifer Aniston
Eve = Selena Gomez
Karen = Jessica Alba
Addison = Bradley Cooper
These are truly horrific. Keep 'em coming!
"Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?" starring Ryan O'Neal and Joan van Ark.
"The Apartment" with Jake Gyllenhaal, Cody Horn, and Ricky Gervais
All About Eve with Sarah Jessica Parker as Margo, Amanda Seyfried as Eve, and Rupert Everett as Addison DeWitt
The Birds, directed by Michael Bay
Nathan Lane as Vito Corleone
Taylor Lautner as Michael Corleone
Jonah Hill as Sonny Corleone
AnnE Hathaway as Kay Adams
And Bradley Cooper as Tom Hagan
Sunset Boulevard, directed by Quentin Tarantino, starring Meg Ryan
The Women with Meg Ryan, Bette Midler....oops.
Laura with Kristin Stewart as Laura, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner with Nathan Lane as Waldo and Julia Roberts as Anne Treadwell.
"Lawrence of Arabia", with Channing Tatum as T.E. Lawrence, Taylor Lautner in the Omar Sharif role, and Ben Kingsley replacing Anthony Quinn as the any-ethnicity-you-please character actor.
Mel Gibson as Detective Nick Curran.
RuPaul as Catherine Tramell.
Hello Dolly with Barbra Streisand, now that she's the right age.
Auntie Mame with Kristin Wiig as Mame Denis, Scarlett Johannson as Vera Charles, and Bette Midler as Agnes Gooch.
Autumn Sonata (1985) with Lana Turner and Ali McGraw directed by Irwin Allen
Chinatown, with Ryan Reynolds as Jake Gittes, Denzel Washington as Noah Cross, and Jennifer Hudson as Evelyn Mulwray.
Dawson's 50 Load Weekend with Justin Bieber.
The Valley of the Dolls 2013 starring Lindsay Lohan as Neely O'Hara, Pamela Anderson as Jennifer North, Mischa Barton as Anne Welles, and Helen Lawson AS the great Helen Lawson. Written and directed by Lena Dunham. Magnifico!
Gypsy starring Kirsty Alley as Momma Rose and Jessica Simpson as Gypsy, Ashlee Simpson June and John Travolta as Herbie.
Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino as Rocky
Zooey Daschanel as Adrienne
Justin Timberlake as Paulie
Jeremy Renner as Mickey
"The Birds"---starring Chris Colfer as "Mitch Brenner," Beyonce' as "Melanie Daniels," and Angry Birds as "angry birds."
"The Heiress"---starring Seth Rogen as "Morris Townsend," Beyonce' as "Catherine Sloper," Dr. Phil as "Dr. Sloper," Jennifer Aniston as "Aunt Lavinia," and Betty White as "Maria."
"My Fair Lady"---starring Ryan O'Neal as "Prof. Henry Higgins" and Beyonce' as "Eliza Doolittle."
"Cleopatra"---starring Beyonce' as Cleopatra, Jonah Hill as "Julius Caesar," Vince Vaughn as "Octavian," and Kevin James as "Marc Antony."
"Sophie's Choice," with Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper, and Josh Hutcherson.
"Mame," with Madonna.
"Casablanca," with Shia LaBoeuf, Ryan Gosling, and Emma Stone.
R22, you missed Sarah Jessica Parker playing a horse, i.e. you missed a DL cliche. Helen Lawson - hee-lair-ee-usss.
Rick ... Jeremy Renner
Ilsa ... Brooklyn Decker
Victor ... Paul Rudd
Renault ... John Cusack
Strasser ... Alexander Skarsgård
Ferrari ... John Goodman
Ugarte ... D.J. Qualls
Who's Afraid of Virgina Woolf (2013)
Martha ... Lindsay Lohan
George ... Charlie Sheen
Nick ... Gerard Butler
Honey ... Julianne Hough
Tyler Perry's Who's Afraid of Madea Woolf?
Madea ... Tyler Perry
George ... Cuba Gooding, Jr.
Nick ... Bill Bellamy
Honey ... Beyonce
The French Lieutenant's Woman with Blake Lively and Tom Hiddleston
Ethan Edwards ... Dwayne Johnson
Martin Pawley ... Paul Walker
Debbie Edwards ... Rihanna
Capt. Clayton ... Vin Diesel
Top Gun with Willow Smith as Maverick
Gambit with Colin Firth and Cameron Diaz
Bewitched with Nicole Kidman and Will Farrell
Single White Female with Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber
R21 made me chortle.
"Love Story," with Nicole Kidman and Mickey Rourke
A Star Is Born, directed by Tim Burton and starring Helena Bonham Carter and Johnny Depp.
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, directed by Tim Burton and starring Helena Bonham Carter and Johnny Depp.
Wuthering Heights, directed by Tim Burton and starring Helena Bonham Carter and Johnny Depp.
Gone With the Wind, directed by Tim Burton and starring Helena Bonham Carter and Johnny Depp.
(R29) Well, slap my arse blood red...you are so darn correct. LOL
The Valley of the Dolls 2013 co-starring SJP as Neeky O'Hara's horse, Anne Hathaway as Jennifer North's cat, and Jeremy Piven as Anne Welles' snake. The role of Helen Lawson's bird is still under casting couch consideration.
Once again - concieved, created, written, screenplayed, produced, casted, directed and given birth to by Lena Dunham. Amazing girl.
(R27) Angry Birds as "angy birds"...I almost coughed up a lung when I read that. Good one.
Love your post, R41!
But I just have to mention that Depp really was my choice to play Norman Maine, in that remake they were talking about last year. I mean, he really is a fading alcoholic wreck, but with some skill left, as well as a sense of humor.