Fake ‘Jane Austen’s Fight Club’ Trailer Goes Viral

July 27th, 2010 - 3:21 am ICT by Angela Kaye Mason  

July 26 (THAINDIAN NEWS) A very short, yet very well put together fake trailer has been circulating the internet and recently went viral, which shows the producer’s idea of what it would be like for a fight club to exist during the days of Jane Austen in the book ‘Pride and Prejudice.’

The refreshingly funny video depicts Lizzie Bennett and a few of the other Austen characters, which includes Emma and the Dashwwods, as they set up an underground boxing club, which is similar to the one which is founded in the David Fincher movie ‘Fight Club’.

These high society ladies in the video fight on the lawn of the crochet match and then sit bloody during high tea.

This is not the first time someone has combined their own ideas with neither ‘Pride and Prejudice’ nor ‘Fight Club.’ A book which is called ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ was recently released which guessed what it would be like if the events in the era of the novel had been interrupted by a zombie attack.

And then ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’ has been mashed with ‘Fight Club’ to depict the 1980’s teen movie in ‘Ferris Club’ which depicts Ferris as Tyler, and Cameron as the unnamed narrator. The mash-up claims to show the real psychological truth behind the John Hughes classic. “Cameron is not a beautiful and unique snowflake”, it warns.

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