Princess Leia gives Luke a refreshing beer
An Alien doesn't seem so scary
Jaws must not have been hungry that day
Star Wars wasn't very high tech
Is this the Hulk or Bruce Banner?
Just chillaxin' with friends
The Hound with and without makeup
Even Bellatrix Lestrange has to check her email
Who knew the Delorean was so small?
Inception blew your mind in more ways than you know
We all re-touch our makeup down here
Frodo's epic journey would have went so much faster in a helicopter
Not only was there room on the door for both of them, but they were just in a small pool
Be a puppet, you must
BRB, using a Supersoaker
The knights of the round table love some football
Childhood movies look different when you're an adult
The Sandlot is no exception
Kill Bill BFFs!
Oh you know, just taking a nap before after trying to murder my family
Did you know Voldemort and Dumbledore were so close?
The Titanic before sinking
Napoleon Dynamite selfie!
Even Hannibal Lecter likes french fries
Dangerous killers, or relaxed pals?
Bane and Batman = BFF
Darth Maul really loves to get behind the camera
Andy Serkis monkeying around on the set of Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes
Scene 1, Take 1, of one of the greatest films ever made, Forrest Gump
The lower half of Godzilla terrorizes a poor Japanese town
Even Frankenstein's monster enjoyed a cup of tea and a quick snack
This one is incredible, it's the shooting of the original MGM logo shot from 1924
E.T. phone home...but not before first getting a bath from director Steven Spielberg.
Heath Ledger practices for the final scene of the movie when he's hanging from the skyscraper.The joker did love some green.
The Wolverine wasn't quite as scarred as we were led to believe.
Turns out Boba Fett looks like every 80s dad ever.
Kermit and Miss Piggy are huge movie fans. Here they are visiting Mark Hamill and Yoda on the Dagobah set.
Stanley Kubrick takes one of the very first recorded mirror selfies with his daughter, while Jack Nicholson thought it was a photo of him.
The tiger from Life of Pi wasn't nearly as fearsome as I thought.
Chewbacca getting a little too frisky during one of the funnier outtakes of Star Wars.
Over time, things change. People, places and technology are by far the most noticeable, but other aspects of life evolve, too. Think about your favorite cartoons from years past. If they are still on the air, chances are they have undergone some major changes. Some cartoon character transformations are so extreme, you'll be hard-pressed to recognize their original (or new) form. Some of these are improvements... but others? They're just weird.