Saturday, June 1, 2013

Things You Probably Didn't Know About Warner Brothers

-In the Warner Tower, if you listen closely, you will hear the tortured cries of the Animaniacs.
-Walt Disney's head is in the freezer at the studio.
-The Warner Brothers are actually named Timothy Farfenhunkle and Herb Malkytish, who aren't really brothers.
-Adding on to that last fact, there were supposedly four people that founded the company, but there were only two. The other non-existent two are Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck.
-Friz Freleng is not dead. He is in the studios, writing "Regular Show" scripts.
-Half of the company's fortune was lost in 1963 when they were trying to teach a frog how to sing in a failed attempt to do a Looney Tunes Broadway musical.
-WMG actually stands for "Wanting Monkey Goober".
-Slumdog Millionare was originally called "Slumdog Squarepants".
-A sequel for P.S. I Love You is in the works called, "P.S.S. I Actually Don't".
-In another failed WB-Nickelodeon crossover, the "Happy Happy Joy Joy Feet" CGI-sequel about penguins and idiots was abandoned.
-V For Vendetta is being toned down for kids in the upcoming "C For Cookie".
-Ocean's Eleven was supposed to take place underwater, but Tom Cruise threatened to quit if he needed pumping one more time.
-Pinky and The Brain are now focus groups for movies, though the Humane Society is trying to save them from having to watch another "Hangover" movie.