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Defictionalization is when something that previously only existed in a movie universe comes to life. Films and TV shows are now taking advantage of this more than ever before. In the world of TV, Castle has spawned a series of books by Nathan Fillion’s crime novelist character; Parks and Rec has spawned a guide to Pawnee written by the characters themselves; and Archer is now releasing an album recorded by Judy Greer’s character Charlene (and not, apparently, by Judy Greer). Here are ten great examples of fictional products from movies that became defictionalized in interesting ways:

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IntroMeals

Since it’s right upon us, I thought it might be fun to completely ruin your Thanksgiving this year. With no further introduction, here are the most disgusting meals consumed by human people in movies. Enjoy!

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You might want to play it over and over. A quick video of some iconic movie titles delivered by the movies themselves.

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