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Awesome Mike Myers

A24’s Cat in the Hat

A24’s Cat in the Hat

A24 is the studio behind such intense movies as Midsommar, Men, and The Lighthouse. Can you imagine what might happen if the indie studio released Mike Myers’ bizarre live-action version of The Cat in the Hat? It might look something like this terrifying horror edit from YourMovieSucksDOTorg.

Mike Myers Revisits His Classic Roles

Mike Myers Revisits His Classic Roles

Vanity Fair sat down with Mike Myers and asked him to rewatch scenes from three of his most memorable movies: Austin Powers, Shrek, and Wayne’s World. Along the way, he talks about how he came up with his comedy bits and characterizations and acknowledges the creative teams who helped bring them to life.

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The Pentaverate (Teaser)

The Pentaverate (Teaser)

(PG-13: Language) Mike Myers created and plays eight different roles in this six-episode series. The story imagines that a secret society has controlled the world’s events for the greater good since 1347. Myers is joined by Ken Jeong, Keegan-Michael Key, Debi Mazar, and Jennifer Saunders. Premieres 5.5.22 on Netflix.

Austin Powers in Mass Effect: Part 2

Austin Powers in Mass Effect: Part 2

Austin Powers is back, and this time he’s in Mass Effect: Part 2. eli_handle_b․wav returns with another hilarious mashup of these very different franchises. This time, the swinging 1960s bachelor becomes the latest subject of The Lazarus Project, mows down a Geth Colossus, and has a sexy photoshoot with Kelly Chambers.

Super Myers T-Shirt

Super Myers T-Shirt
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It’s been a while since we had a new Mike Myers movie, but back in the day, he gave us some of the best characters ever. We’d totally be down for a game of Super Myers, in which Austin Powers battles Dr. Evil, Shrek, Wayne, Fat Bastard, the Love Guru, and that OTHER Michael Myers. A great t-shirt design by Retro Review.

Dr. Evil Dramatic Monologue

Dr. Evil Dramatic Monologue

If you’ve seen Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, you might remember the classic scene where Dr. Evil describes his childhood in the most unusual of terms. When actress Lisa Gilroy was asked by a teacher to perform a dramatic monologue from any movie, she immediately knew where to turn to.

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