Unfortunately, some of Hollywood's fictions have managed to escape into reality, so much so we accept it as fact.
You'll be surprised at just how much you might have accidentally learned from your favorite movies and TV shows.
We asked you to show us the less than glorious final words of famous fictional characters, as seen through their text messages.
What if, instead of going to Hogwarts and fighting Voldemort, Harry took his magic and his dumbest friend and hightailed it to America?
The shoots of a handful of classic movies were such raucous parties that it's a wonder the final products were even remotely watchable.
What if an 11-year-old Harry Potter had told Hagrid and Dumbledore they could piss right off with all that wizarding B.S.?
The following article will pretty much consist entirely of spoilers. Please stop reading if you don't want to find out that Frank is actually not the original werewolf and that his death at the hands of President Van Helsing does not end the werewolf plague.
One of our favorite pastimes here at Cracked is completely ruining everything about our childhood.
Here are a few useful tips and tricks you can learn about the world's oldest sport (murder), just by watching true crime shows.
It's like the filmmakers are out to piss off the people who came up with the story in the first place.
If you ever decide to cut a scene from your movie, make sure you're not doing it for incredibly stupid reasons. Otherwise you risk accidentally scrapping an important part of cinematic history.
What would these movies be like if everyone on board suddenly just didn't give a damn anymore?