7 Movies Changed for Foreign Markets

What do your favorite movies look like across the border?

Christian Krauspeby Christian Krauspe

Often times in order to make more money in other countries, movie studios will frequently change the title and context of the movie in order to sell the film better. In case you didn't know, movie studios are known for their genius level of intellect. Though it may look better to someone in a far-off country. To us, it just looks funny.

We here at CRAVE have found some of the funniest. Take a Look:


"The Happening" as sold in Canada.


"Twilight: Eclipse" as sold in the Alabama.


"The Breakfast Club" as sold in Russia.


"Varsity Blues" as sold in France.


"Home Alone 2: Lost in New York" as sold in Thailand.


"Killers" as sold in England.


"Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" as sold everywhere in the world.