Mindhole Blowers: The Less than Impressive Working Titles to 25 Memorable Films
By Dustin Rowles | Seriously Random Lists | April 6, 2014 | Comments ()
Halloween was originally titled The Babysitter Murders
The Village was originally called The Woods
Unforgiven has the working title of The Cut-Whore Killings
2009’s Star Trek had the original working title of Corporate Headquarters.
Not Another Teen Movie was originally called Ten Things I Hate About Clueless Road Trips When I Can’t Hardly Wait to Be Kissed
The working title for Field of Dreams was Shoeless Joe
The original title for Annie Hall was It Had to Be Jew
Alien worked under the title Star Beasts
The original title for Psycho was Wimpy
The Dark Knight used the working title Rory’s First Kiss to elude fanboys.
Likewise, The Return of the Jedi worked under the title Blue Harvest for the same reason.
Bring it On was originally titled, Jump.
Strangely, Cloverfield was originally called Cheese
Clockwork Orange was originally titled Chocolate Orange
Casablanca was originally called Everybody Comes to Rick’s
Hitch was originally titled The Last First Kiss
Dogma was originally titled Bearclaw
Saturday Night Fever was originally called The Tribal Rites of the New Saturday Night
Some Like It Hot was originally called Not Tonight Josephine
Scream was originally titled Scary Movie
Stepmom was originally titled Good Night Moon
Titanic was originally called The Ship of Dreams
Pretty Woman was originally called 3000
The hilariously accurate working title for American Pie was Teenage Sex Comedy That Can Be Made For Under $10 Million That Your Reader Will Love But The Executive Will Hate
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