The deli even has a sign pointing out the very booth the scene was filmed at.
As apart of their popular Movies In Real Life series, Improv Everywhere enlisted a couple to recreate the scene, word for word, and then had a slew of women diners take part in the outrageously fake screaming at the end.
Naturally, employees and other diners were simply shocked, but quickly picked up on the obvious reference.
Yes, everyone wants what she’s having.
As a continuation of their silly Movies In Real Life series, prominent New York City based art group Improv Everywhere sent four of their actors on a Jurassic Park Jeep through Manhattan and Brooklyn in search of the actual Jurassic Park.
They started in Manhattan, and hit up all the famous city parks while asking New Yorkers if they knew where ‘the park’ was. As in Jurassic Park. Duh.
Finally, they made their way across the Manhattan Bridge to Brooklyn, and found a herd of a single raptor at Prospect Park.
The Broadway Bomb is a skater event involving thousands of longboard skaters rolling down Broadway towards the Financial District in Manhattan.
This year, the police attempted to literally block the event by putting up nets and arresting skaterboarders.
The thing is, they weren’t that success as is evident by this amusing viral video of the NYPD-skater clash.
The clip was posted on YouTube by Shredboard two weeks ago, and has since collected over 900,000 hits!
Benny Hill has never been more appropriate.
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.’