Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Alex Griendling
Imagine a new ending to 'Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom' where Indy throws in the towel and joins the Nazis.
Or a new cut of 'Seven' where what's in the box is... A birthday cake and some fun hats! If you've never seen the film, click here to find out what's really inside.
Seven, Andres Lozano
At the Alternate Endings art show in Brooklyn, NY, which started December 15 and runs until January 4, a bunch of visual artists offered their takes on how some films could have ended.
Some of them are just funny - imagine the Wet Bandits from 'Home Alone' triumphantly flooding Kevin's parents' place and making off with all their stuff - and some are more dark, like a version of 'No Country For Old Men' where you can stop what's coming.
Home Alone, Eva Galesloot
No Country For Old Men, Keith Negley
Check out a few more of the images below, and read up on the show right here. If you're in New York in the next week or so, you can go see them for yourself.
Up, David Sizemore
The Empire Strikes Back, Cuyler Smith
The Thing (1982), Rich Rayburn