This Movie-Themed Engagement Shoot Is Really Strange

This has to be one of the most out-there engagement shoots we’ve ever seen. Jeff Grubb and his fiance Stephanie Photoshopped themselves into scenes from movies like E.T.SpidermanWayne’s World and The Bodyguard and the results are kind of amazing. (And even if it’s not your style, you have to appreciate the serious amount of effort that went into this series of photos.)

(All photos Jeff Grubb via

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  • 09/27/13 at 04:21

    Cute and clever. I didn’t get all the refs, but those I got, were funny! ET, Star Wars, the one about the big ship sinking, Spiderman, Wayne’s World.

    Made me laff, their faces and clothes, plus the time and thought they put into it … they probably only had jpgs to work with … I rather see this image than Leo and Kate.

    I’d LOVE to be with a man into all this. They look like a fun couple! I wish them many yrs of happiness. Thanks for sharing!

  • Sarah
    09/27/13 at 07:57

    Geeky and adorable. I love it ^_^

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