Geronimo : What if Osama Bin Laden was killed prior to 9/11?

A Better Quake 4 (or Quake 4 Arena in this Case)
A Tails the Fox Game ala Naruto Replacing Shadow the Hedghog
A 4th Tim Burton Batman Movie
Battlefield except in the Gulf War
A Reboot of the 80s Battlestar Galactica
A Better Filntstones Reboot Replacing American Dad
Youtube (or WebTube) Being The Same But Also Different
MySpace Not Dying in TTL but Evolving with the Web 2.0 era
NuRave Replacing Emo Culture (or in this case the Perfect Furry Genre IMO)
a Playful GFunk Style East Coast Rap Music vs Southren Country/Pop Music Rivalry Instead of the Patriotic Country Music vs Emo Music in OTL
and in the Future a T***p Tower in Chicago That's Over 200 Stories High

baliebox, Batman Born Again was not made by Tim Burton, it was made by the Wachowski's. Also, Tim Burton only made two Batman movies, which were Batman (1989) and Batman Returns (1992)

Apart from that, it looks like that version of 2005 is better or at least more interesting than OTL's 2005.

Fresh from his successful Lord of the Rings Trilogy, Peter Jackson leaped at the opportunity to create what he described as his ‘dream film’ a reimagined ' Planet of the Apes' film, complete with the same stunning effects, sets and design work he was known for. And the legendary veteran crime film director Martin Scorsese bewildered and delighted audiences by helming the 2005 remake of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory based on the Roald Dahl Novel, starring Leonardo DiCaprio as the eponymous Wonka, Scorsese said he wanted to “make a film that my daughter can watch for once” [2].
I guess Peter Jackson decided to remake Planet of the Apes instead of remaking King Kong. Well, at least Jackson's version of Planet of the Apes will turn out better than the 2001 version, that's for sure. Hopefully thought, Peter Jackson will still eventually remake King Kong.

From the creator of the canceled animated comedy ‘Family Guy’, Seth MacFarlane decided to pitch a new production to the Fox network that would hopefully attract a wider audience, a reboot of the iconic animated sitcom ‘The Flintstones, commentators, and network execs were nervous but the show quickly became a critical and commercial success playing off the animated family comedy tropes that the original practically invented, integrating more adult humor while remaining faithful to the Flintstones aesthetic.

The Daily Show, a satirical news program on Comedy Central experienced a major shakeup when two of its principal ‘reporters’ Steve Carrell and Steven Colbert left the show to pursue their own careers. Host Jon Stewart was also rumored to be leaving the show but decided in the end to re-up his contract. Carrel began a movie career starring in the comedy ‘The 40-Year-Old Virgin’ while Colbert starred in an American remake of the British comedy ‘The Office’ each to differing levels of success.


(Left to Right), Promo Material for The Flintstones Revival, the 40-Year-Old Virgin and The Office (US)
I figured that without 9/11 and the OTL War on Terror happening that American Dad probably wouldn't exist. I'm glad that Seth MacFarlane was able to find another show to make. I do have a question though, Iwanh. Did Fox not reboot Family Guy and decide to just stick with the rebooted Flintstones? If that's the case, I hope Family Guy is doing do in reruns on Adult Swim.

Anyway, I really enjoyed this chapter of your timeline Iwanh! I wish you good luck with it!:biggrin:
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Well if 9/11 hadn't happened then the late Richard Hatch, as I pointed out earlier in the thread, would've completed filming his Battlestar Galactica film (Filming was just about to start when 9/11 happened IIRC) and released it.
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This reminds me of the Project Zomboid mock video of President Clinton addressing the American people regarding the Knox Event.

The creator of this video also used Eleven Labs. Amazing how AI can produce a genuine alternate history series in the same league we saw mock news clips in For All Mankind.

As seen from my PZ thread:
Someone came up with these mock news reports of the Knox Event using AI technology:

It's a masterpiece just like the Dawn of the Dead (2004) news report. It reminds me of the scenes in For All Mankind as well.