Once upon a time, there was a Professor. And this Professor had a great interest in mythology and languages. While pursuing these interests, he decided to write a story. And thus he became the Father of Modern Fantasy Fiction. His name, of course, was J.R.R. Tolkien.
And then a live-action movie was made of the first part of this tale, and it was filled with handsome actors, and the fangirls did drool.
But the fangirls were also quite wacky, and among themselves encouraged one another's strange ideas. One night, a fangirl called Alisha (who was, in fact, me) wrote those five infamous words: "I just had an Idea."
Another fangirl, called Bri, saw these words, and learned of the Idea. Together, they brainstormed the Idea, and devised a Plan. And the Plan was this: To re-write part of the story, replacing the inhabitants of Middle-earth with other characters the actors in those roles had played.
And the fangirls came together, several of them, and volunteered to write on behalf of these misplaced characters:
A note about copyright: We do not have the permission of the Tolkien estate. We do not have the permission of anyone associated with "Sharpe," "The Goonies," "Black Hawk Down," "The X-Men," "Dracula," "The Matrix," "Ice Storm," "Raiders of the Lost Ark," "28 Days," "The Yorkshire Ripper," Billy Boyd or "From Hell." We don't even have permission from anyone associated with "Seinfeld" for ripping off the Soup Nazi.
All we do have is the knowlege that parodies sometimes fall under the category of protected speech ...
We created this parody, silly though it may be, with the utmost respect for Professor Tolkien and all these characters. It falls into the category of "teasing someone 'cause you really, really like them."