In honor of Christmas, Improv Everywhere had three kids recreate the famous “triple dog dare” scene from A Christmas Story as apart of their Movies In Real Life series on a New York City subway train.
You know, the scene when the kids dare one boy to stick his tongue on a frozen flag pole which instantly becomes stuck.
Thankfully, a trusty FDNY firefighter just happened to be walking by and help the kid remove his glued ‘tongue.’
When a little British boy pushing a travel cart packed high with luggage and an owl in a cage walks by at the train station, one person obviously comes to mind.
It must be Harry Potter in real life!
So for their latest Movies In Real Life gimmick, Improv Everywhere sent a young Brit around Penn Station in New York City asking for helping in finding platform 9 and 3/4 that of course doesn’t exist.
The series has started with four videos, each showcasing a Super Mario Brothers icon.
As the web is so heavily populated with people who grew up in the 80′s and 90′s, it’s no surprise that Back To The Future is one of the most iconic films online.
Capitalizing on this fact, Improv Everywhere brought the popular Steven Spielberg time travel movie to life at a plaza near the Met Life Clock Tower in Manhattan as a part of their Movies In Real Life series.
Passersby quickly picked up on the gag after seeing a guy on a date wearing a bright orange jacket, and a woman asking coffee drinkers to ‘save the clock tower.’