Did you know there is such a thing as Kitty Theater? Just as its name promises, the concept serves up cat-centric takes of popular movie posters and showcases them on Instagram. So that means you can now finally see the glory that is Single White Feline.
Kitty Theater is the brainchild of a designer called Pete, who I first came across after he produced the cat butt-tastic poster for the inaugural MEOWSCARS (a feline version of the Oscars run through the Instagram kitty community).
Even better, Pete is open to taking requests to put your cat in your favorite movie poster. Read on to find out how while checking out some of his recent cat movie edits.
Straight Outta Clawpton
This year’s big music biopic was Straight Outta Compton, which told the story of the trailblazing gangsta rap group N.W.A. Despite often writing about hip-hop music, I haven’t seen the flick yet — mainly because, you know, it’s not like there’s going to be a surprise ending — but I’d be first in line if some sort of feline version were to emerge. In the meantime, let this poster show you the strength of feral street knowledge.
A horrific-looking sequel to a terrible-sounding movie gets a feline revamp as six feisty kitties dress up in garish pink dresses and “get ready to pawwwty.” Pairs well with tunatinis.
Terminator: Mango Brown
“You’ve seen the first 13 Terminators but this one is the best,” teases the blurb for this cyber kitty addition to James Cameron’s franchise. Getting specific, the flick promises, “More action. More explosions. More tuna. More treats and 100-percent more nip.”
Single White Feline
Here we have Bridget Fonda and Jennifer Jason Leigh replaced by a couple of cats — because, you know, why the heck not? The new treatment promises dramatic scenes about treats being stolen and apparently a role for Gary the bearded wonder cat.
Cats in space! The dashing Benedict Cumbercat is your hero here, as he leads a mission to “find a planet with a never ending supply of treats.” A future MEOWSCARS winner for sure.
Fast Times at Ridgemont High
Ever wondered what a coming-of-age comedy flick would be like if it starred a cat? Let California scenester Jarvis P. Weasley show you how, as he takes the leading role in this party fest from the ’80s. Also, possible drunk-cat-on-poster sighting.
Kitty Theater wants you!
Yep, if you fancy having your own cat star in a Kitty Theater poster, check out the Instagram account for details.
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- What Is It With Cats and Printers?
- “Frankie Comics” Artist Rachel Dukes Gets Life With Cats — the Cute as Well as the Gross
About the author: Phillip Mlynar writes about cats, music, food, and sometimes a mix of all three. He considers himself the world’s foremost expert on rappers’ cats.