Matching cinematic stills will real life



Bless this man! Photographer and dedicated cinephile, Christopher Moloney, travels throughout New York with a few black and white film stills in tow to capture intriguing juxtapositions of said stills against their real-life locations. 

Since the success of his original photo (a shot of Matt Damon and Emily Blunt running in “How to Murder Your Wife”), Christopher Moloney has recreated more than 250 scenes in New York, Toronto, Chicago and Asia, including moments from “The Avengers,” “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” “You’ve Got Mail,” “The Dark Knight Rises” and “Shaft.” Check out more of these awesome images after the jump:

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This is so amazing! I love what photographer Christopher Moloney did—matching movie stills to the actual location is sheer genius! My favorites are the ones from Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Home Alone and Ghostbusters. 

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