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Bing Bong from “Inside Out” and other fictional friends from beloved movies and series

The movie “Imaginary Friends” (“IF”) was a success in its first weekend, conquering the box office in the United States and Mexico, with a beloved story.

This movie stars Bea, a girl who can see other people’s imaginary friends, such as Blue, who is actually purple, and Blossom, a unique creature created by her grandmother during childhood.

Realizing that the adults can no longer see them because they have forgotten them, Bea begins to reunite them with their now older creators, creating emotional moments for them to bond with. all this while his family is going through a complicated situation with his father’s illness.

Below we introduce you to other favorite fictional friends from TV and film.

Bloo from “Foster Mansion for Imaginary Friends” (2004-2009)

This cartoon tells the story of Mac, a boy who is forced to take his imaginary friend, Bloo, from his home. Since she does not want to lose touch with him, she discovers that there is a house that welcomes imaginary friends who do not have a home, with lovable and fun characters.

Coco, Mr. Rabbit, Edward, Cheese and Wilt have wonderful adventures with Mac and Bloo.

Bing Bong from “Inside Out” (2015)

While Sadness and Joy search for a way back into Riley’s mind headquarters, they meet Bing Bong, the girl’s former imaginary friend, who has a very emotional moment in the film.

Gary from “The Fairly OddParents” (2001-2017)

Before Timmy had Cosmo and Wanda as his “fairy godfathers”, there was his imaginary friend Gary, who looked identical to him.

Now that he has the power of magic, Timmy asks to revive his friend, whom he describes as cool, sarcastic and very popular. Gary, who has been locked in Timmy’s mind for 5 years, will do everything in his power to keep him from returning.

Patches from “The Powerpuff Girls” (1998-2005)

In episode 17 of the second season, Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup must take down Patches, an evil imaginary friend created by Mike, a new kid at their preschool.

Hitler in “Jojo Rabbit” (2019)

During World War II, a boy who belongs to the “Hitler Youth” discovers that his mother has a young Jewish woman hiding in the attic.

While dealing with this dilemma, Jojo has a very strange imaginary friend: Adolf Hitler, played by Taika Waititi.

Source: univision

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