Fresh from my Facebook feed is this Stitch Bouquet ($67.99). I'm not sure what would possess someone to create bouquets with Stitch plushies and fake flowers but it now exists along with the other off-the-wall bouquets like the pizza one, the cannabis one, the comic book ones, and the donut ones. Read the rest
2002's feel good Lilo & Stitch, a movie about humans getting along with aliens was originally intended to end with a madcap 747 hijacking and chase scene through a hi-rise filled city. This video shows both versions.
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The animated hit features Hawaii’s beautiful scenery and explores themes of loss and unity ― which particularly resonated after the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
But Disney made one major change to the film between the 9/11 attacks and the film’s release date.
“Lilo & Stitch” originally was supposed to end with an action-packed scene featuring Stitch and Jumba hijacking a commercial airplane to rescue Lilo from evil Gantu ― something that’s visible in a side-by-side video produced by Vox. The protagonists take over a passenger-filled Boeing 747 and go on a high-speed chase through a dense city, brushing the sides of skyscrapers and coming close to pedestrians on the ground.