For National Cereal Day, We’ve Photoshopped Famous Movie Posters to Be About Cereal

Illustration by Tiffany Hagler-Geard for People. Photo Provided by Everett

03/07/2014 AT 2:00 PM ET

Cereal: It’s what’s for breakfast (and lunch and, sometimes, dinner).

Which is why we’re happy that Friday is National Cereal Day, celebrating Americans turning their backs on the pork, beef and alcohol they used to enjoy in their morning meals in favor of oats, grains and corn syrup.

To celebrate the occasion, why not pour out a big bowl of your favorite cereal – Grape-Nuts with blueberry syrup, we’re talking to you – and load up Netflix with these films, which we’ve reimagined to be cereal-themed.

Breakfast at Tiffany’s, 1961

When she gets the mean reds, Audrey Hepburn’s Holly Golightly loves to go stare at expensive jewelry. Just think how much a great big bowl of Honey Nut Cheerios would calm her down.

Milk & Trix, 2008

The story of one inspiring politician who taught America that Trix weren’t just for kids.

The Breakfast Club, 1985

At the end, we find that each one of us is a tiger, and a toucan, and a rabbit, and a bee, a princess, and an elf.

Cereal Mom, 1994

When one desperate housewife starts to crack she starts pranking her neighbors – by rolling them into thinking each color of Fruit Loops has a different taste!

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