Mannequin was a cute fantasy about a window designer in a department store, who discovers that one of the mannequins comes to life. Then someone decided to make a sequel, with none of the original cast except Meshach Taylor. What could go wrong? We'll show you.
There is a plague of remakes sweeping across the land right now. While some remakes are decent or worthwhile, a lot of them are pointless at best and travesties at worst. And a lot of them are clearly terrible ideas. Here are 10 movie remakes we are overjoyed never got made.
A 22-year-old man in Birmingham, England was arrested recently. His crime? Dressing up like a mannequin, stationing himself in women's restrooms at the local mall, and snapping smartphone pictures of their feet under the stalls. That's what we call a triple threat.
Enchanted mannequins coming to life to try on costume jewelry and fancy hats is all well and good. But what if your mannequins are already alive, and creepily filming you while you pee? Such was the case in Birmingham.
Prepare your two-tone sunglasses — Mannequin is getting remade. And this is one remake that actually has potential to rock, if they do it justice.
What would you spend $225,000 on? An animated android, styled after yourself? Starting in January the Japanese store Sogo & Seibu will begin taking pre-orders for these "Actroids." They may not walk, but they can move their upper bodies.
Problem: the clothes we buy off store mannequins never properly demonstrate our in-motion sexy strut. Solution: the Moving Mannequin runs in place, simulating being late to work or really needing to use the bathroom. (Hit the jump for more along with a glorious animated gif.)