Usually when you think of movies and video games, they go together like peanut butter and jelly. Well kind of, seeing how most licensed video games suck, but that’s neither here nor there. After all, video game developers and publishers seem to find a good way to implement movies into games and make them good. Be it a Lego game from the Star Wars movies or something more terrifying, such as Alien: Isolation. Even if that’s not the case, the two industries have been working together basically since video game were created. Heck, it goes all the way back to the dreaded E.T. game, which was one of the games that nearly killed the video game industry. However, there’s one interesting incident when the movie industry went up against the video games and the turn out was rather funny.