These awesome parents and their son Orson recreate famous movie scenes using nothing but cardboard boxes and their imagination
After amassing a surplus of unused cardboard boxes, Lily, Leon and Orson decided to put them to good use. Most people would consider breaking down the boxes and recycling them, but that idea seemed a bit too boring for this creative family of three.
Instead, these movie buffs decided to put their discarded cardboard to good use. Enter CardboardBoxOffice.com, a website dedicated to recreating famous film and television scenes using homemade costumes and, of course, cardboard boxes.
Parents, Lily and Leon, and their son Orson have been reenacting famous movies from home and sharing their photos for years now.
Here’s a look at some of their most recent work:
The Reve-Runt (The Revenant)
Relive Leonardo DiCaprio’s Oscar winning performance…but cuter.
The Waaah-Tian (The Martian)
Orson must try to survive on the red planet for as long as he can. Bring Orson home!
Wah Wars: Orson Awakens (Star Wars: The Force Awakens)
Can Orson use the power of the force to eradicate the dark side?
The Housebound Three and a Half (The Hateful Eight)
Tarantino’s latest film is made family friendly!
These movie fanatics are doing parenting the right way. Check out their website for more hilarious and adorable Oscar worthy pictures!
All photos courtesy of Cardboard Box Office
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