1. Western Shared Universe

    Your challenge is to create a scenario that includes as many Westerns as possible. For example, the 1960 film The Alamo takes enough liberties with history to count as honorary AH. Fannin's men are defeated and wiped out during the siege of the Alamo rather than simply remaining in Goliad, the...
  2. AHC: Better Matrix sequels

    General consensus is that, while the first Matrix film was good, the other two were... not so good. There's another movie in production, but as of right now, none of us can know if it'll be good. Your challenge is to improve the other two films of the trilogy.
  3. Modern Feudalism

    What might the culture of the modern world look like if feudalism was still the prevalent form of government? I'm talking about a society where the hereditary nobility and royalty still hold significant powers but the world's tech level is about the same as OTL. What would media and pop culture...
  4. The Young Explorer

    Pure Imagination: Pop Culture’s Different Path

    Pure Imagination: Pop Culture’s Different Path
  5. WI: Illumination Entertainment was an independent company

    What would the animation industry look like if Illumination Entertainment were an independent company, and not just a sub-studio of Universal Pictures?
  6. GameBawesome

    Fictional Films and Shows of Alternate nations (Pre-1900)

    There are many movies about certain nations . But basically, make up a movie(s) or show(s) for the nations (Pre-1900), as if they survived in the modern day to make these movies and shows, while keeping a cultural setting (Like if making a Aztec movie, set in the Aztec Empire). It can range from...
  7. Amadeus

    "The Godfather Part III" with Robert Duvall and Winona Ryder

    While "The Godfather" and "The Godfather Part II" are commonly cited as two of the greatest movies ever made, "The Godfather Part III" is often looked upon as a flawed and disappointing sequel. After putting himself heavily in debt following a series of box office disasters, director Francis...
  8. DBWI: Effects of someone other then Roland Emmerich directing Airbender

    Tomorrow marks the tenth anniversary of the release of Airbender, Roland Emmerich's adaptation of the iconic Nickelodeon series, and believe me, I do think its pretty good. Sure, its not the most faithful adaptation, but it was still a solid fantasy action/martial arts film, with a hilariously...
  9. AHC: Create a new Sub- or Microgenre

    I'm a bit interested in small obscure genres or subgenres, whether films, games, music, or literature. The goal of is to make up one of these, kind of like my Whateverpunk thread. Gathering Metal: A genre combining metal with indigenous american instruments, typically drums, and highly...
  10. WhovianHolmesianChap

    The One Fixed Point in a Changing Age: (Alternate Sherlock Holmes filmographies!)
    Threadmarks: Introduction

    Hello all! Rejoice, for this is my first timeline!!!!!! (Seriously though, please go easy on me. I'm still new to all of this.) I shall be posting a series of alternate Sherlock Holmes films and tv shows. A few will be based on productions that were going to happen, but ended up falling...
  11. BladeRunner2047

    Improve mediocre or bad careers of actors or directors

    Your job is to improve the careers of directors and actors that had a bad or clearly improvable careers
  12. DBWI: Nickelodeon's Avatar film trilogy gets off the ground

    In the late 2000s, Nickelodeon was reportedly working on a live-action movie trilogy that would be a big-screen adaptation of its hit animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender. But as I'm sure we all know, these plans never came to fruition. Why exactly it was scrapped remains a mystery...
  13. Blaster Master

    Turing-Nash Power Hour Redux: A Collaborative Timeline

    Welcome Back to the Arcade, ladies and gentlemen! I'm your host, Awesome Sauce and this is a reboot of the Turing-Nash TL. This time around, it isn't just pop culture, now everything is allowed (as along as it is not ASB or violate the rules of this site) on this thread (of course with my...
  14. Amadeus

    DBWI: Stanley Kubrick Never Makes "Napoleon"

    Stanley Kubrick's "Napoleon" swept the 1972 Academy Awards winning Best Picture, Director, Original Screenplay, Cinematography, Costume Design, and Best Actress for Audrey Hepburn - who came out of retirement to do the film. Starring Jack Nicholson as Napoleon, Hepburn as Josephine, and Malcolm...
  15. DBWI: Joel Schumacher doesn't direct Captain America

    1990's Captain America, directed by Joel Schumacher and written by Stan Hey, is certainly one of Marvel's classics, if not a pretty good, fun predecessor to the MCMU [1]. Arnold Schwarzenegger was a brilliant actor for Cap, accent or not, and it even inspired the film's iconic subplot of...
  16. DBWI Your Favourite Film Adaptations

    Here you can list your favourite film adaptations, whether from books, cartoons (western or anime) or games of any kind. Yu-Gi-Oh (2017) - This may seem like an odd choice, but given i'm a sucker for Egyptian mythology, I love how Sam Esmail went back to basics and really incorporated it into...
  17. Amadeus

    DBWI: George Lucas Vetoes "Indiana Jones and the City of the Gods"

    In 2005 George Lucas and Steven Spielberg released the fourth Indiana Jones film, "Indiana Jones and the City of the Gods." Written by Frank Darabont of "The Shawshank Redemption," the film marked Harrison Ford's return to the role of Indiana Jones 16 years after "The Last Crusade." But it...
  18. Aloha

    DBWI: Disaster Movie not a success

    I'm sure we've all heard of the 2008 parody film Disaster Movie. Although it wasn't financially successful, it was critically acclaimed upon release, with many calling it "the new Airplane!" and it has often been listed as one of the greatest movies of all time. After watching The Men Behind the...
  19. Amadeus

    DBWI: Tim Burton Doesn't Make "Superman Lives!"

    In 1998, Tim Burton's "Superman Lives!" was released into theaters worldwide. Starring Nicholas Cage as Superman, the film was Burton's attempt to explore the iconic character after having abandoned the Batman franchise six years earlier. The film had a rocky pre-production period and came close...
  20. Amadeus

    DBWI: Steven Spielberg Doesn't Direct "Return of the Jedi"

    In 1983, Steven Spielberg and George Lucas released their second film collaboration - "Star Wars: Return of the Jedi." Spielberg was always Lucas' first choice to direct the third Star Wars movie after "Empire" director Irvin Kershner walked away from the franchise. But it almost didn't happen -...